Rise Of The Triad (Apogee)
You are part of an elite group of operatives called HUNT (High-risk United Nations Taskforce), and you must stop a maniac cult leader from killing millions of people. While scouting a remote island, you are suddenly surrounded by enemy troops with guns blaring. In the distance you see your boat--your only chance to escape--explode into matchsticks. In front of you is a huge fortress monastery, and your only chance to stop the madness. You are e quipped with awesome, high-tech weaponry like heat-seeking missiles, split missiles, and the Flamewall cannon, which leaves a trail of charred skeletons in its wake. You'll also find magical instruments and weapons so incredible they defy description.
"Cool features is what this game is about." -- Computer Gaming World
Super huge levels - up to one million sq. feet, and up to 16 stories high!
Ten unique, real digitized enemies (actual Apogee employees!)
Thirteen hardcore weapons, including magical weapons.
Nearly every object can be destroyed - even mark walls with bullet holes!
Modem and network playable, up to 11 players via an IPX compatible network.
Adjustable violence/gore levels, from none (for children) to "excessive"!
20 Megabytes of explosive graphics, animations, music and digitized sounds!
Play one of five players, each with unique attributes and abilities.
In modem or network play, each player can can select what they want to look like.
Look both up and down, up to 45 degrees, to see what is above and below.
Ten unique, digitized enemies in the game, plus four multi-stage bosses!
15 incredible game hazards, like Spinblades, gun bunkers, huge boulders, Firejets, pits, Firechutes, Lavawalls, gas grates, and more.
Special effects galore: Fog, lightning with properly delayed thunder, parallaxing skies, real lights that illuminate walls (you can shoot the lights and the room gets darker), ricocheting bullets, wind sounds, and more.
Jump pads will spring you up into the air to jump over obstacles, walls, other players, (great in multiplayer games) and even to reach new weapons.
Many useful objects and power-ups, like a fireproof vest, gas mask, Mercury mode (enables the player to fly!), and even a special "god" and "dog" modes, both making the player invincible for a short time (with hilarious side effects).
32 page full color game manual.
"This is the most multiplayer-friendly game we've seen, supporting both two player modem matches and 11-player network-fests. In addition, there are nine types of multiplayer games available with many customizable options." -- Computer Gaming World
Supports modem, serial cable, and network multiplayer games with more specialized options than any game previously released.
Network games up to 11 players!
Each player can select one of the five unique characters, plus each player can choose from one of 11 uniform colors. (In team games, each team has the same uniform color.)
Nine unique Comm-bat games, such as Eluder, Capture the Triad, and Hunter.
RemoteRidicule allows players to send digitized voice messages to other players (an industry first!)
With a microphone, a player can even speak directly to the other players in network games! Great for team play or taunting others.
Play Comm-bat games in the normal game levels, OR use the special Comm-bat levels, which are specifically designed for fun multiplayer games.
1995 Award Winner
Rise of the Triad: Dark War
Rise of the Triad won the 1995 Shareware Industry Award in the category of Best Action/Arcade Game, beating out other titles such as Descent and Heretic. Read about the game here, and download a shareware copy of the game as well!
Originally released December 21, 1994.
just run sound setup and play.... works in winxp by putting the compatability to win95