HacX Classic HD (3d fps)
By Gennadiy Potapov
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*** HacX Classic HD *** Full game for Free ***
Whole cities lie in ruins
Entire countries laid waste
Over 5 billion people dead, used for food or for genetic mutation experiments
Get over it! You got work to do
Who says there's no such thing as heroes anymore?
An extreme first-person shooter from Banjo Software, ported by General Arcade (all permissions granted)
- 21 level (1 secret level)
- 9 weapons: Kick, Hoig Reznator, Pistol, Tazer, Cryogun, Uzi, Photon 'Zooka, Stick, Nuker
- Tons of enemies
- Multiplayer over WiFi: cooperative and deathmatch
- Customizable controls
- Original soundtrack
- Powered by Doom™ engine (id Tech 1 engine)
- Fling Compatible (http://http://tenonedesign.com/fling.php)
iPhone version also available for FREE
What's New in Version 1.4
- Cheats menu added (In game tap on map button, then on Cheats button)
- Bug fixes
Classic Game - A Lot Of Fun, but sad developers story
It is an amazing port of the original commercial WAD addon for Doom 2: Hell On Earth. Classic, runs, smoothly, plays fine (some graphical bugs but rare in certain levels), and it is the entire game. The sad part is there was a sequel in development, but it was cancelled. The company went out of business. Nowadays Hacx is a free non-profit game online for DOS and Windows... and it finally reached iOS devices after all this time of commercial failure.
Which I find sad. This game is more fun and more challenging in spots. Hacx 2 is in development now, but I have no clue about it. I am glad to see this 20 level game (+ a secret one for 21 levels) living on for mobile devices.
Excellent port of a classic.
Excellent port of a rare classic game.
Many of you guys have no idea that this game was originally released back in the 90's as a licensed add on for Doom II (and is actually a TC of it). However it got released just as the Quake engine was released so it inevitably flopped (even though it was a great game). So don't flatter yourself apple fans, this game wasn't originally made for iPad or iPod.
This game is exactly what it says it is. This game is a substitute - even a clone - of Doom, though there is more to it, including a cheat menu.
If you were disappointed by the Duke Nukem 3D port, then you will find your salvation here.
The controls could use a bit of work, but are perfect compared to the above-mentioned DN3D port.