Curling: Take-Out Weight (PC, CD-ROM) Global Star Software - 2002 USA, Canada Release

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Curling: Take-Out Weight
Packaging cover Curling: Take-Out Weight.
Product ID 78399-00308
Product UPC 778399003086
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Retail Box
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 2002
Publisher(s) Global Star Software
Category(s) Entertainment, Sports
Country of Origin Canada

Description from the packaging.

Take-Out Weight Curling is the very first 3D Curling Simulation for the PC. Faithful down to the button, this simulation of one of the most popular Canadian competitive sports will provide hours and hours of enjoyment for the curling enthusiast and part time fan of the game.

For the first time on your computer you can feel the pebble on the ice with this authentic 3D Curling Simulation. Played throughout the world, Curling is a truly international sport, easy to play hard to master and enjoyed by men women and children of all ages.

Features:

  • Full 3D Engine with Multi-Level Zoom, Pan and Rotate
  • Authentic Physics
  • 4 Levels of Difficulty for all level of players
  • Internet Multiplayer feature through Gamespy
  • Bonspiel (Tournament Mode)
  • Easy to learn control system gets you right into the action
  • Create Custom Teams to complete
  • Varying ice conditions bring a challenge to all skill levels Beginner to Pro
  • In depth Tutorial makes the game accessible to Curling Novices
  • Practice mode helps hone your shot making skills

For people new to the sport, a comprehensive in-game tutorial will clarify terms and outline goals. And, four levels of difficulty ensure that the challenge will only grow with your skill level.

Always Fresh: Create a custom team to match your style of play and skill level, and take on the computer in a single match, or Bonspiel tournament mode. Or, if you're ready, take your curling savvy online with Gamespy, and throw stones with players from all over the world!

"Sweep!"
With its amazing sights and sounds, Take-Out Weight Curling provides as authentic a curling experience as you can get without actually hitting the sheet or sweeping the back ring in person!

"Sweeeeeeep!"
Also, Natural Physics and Varying Ice Conditions bring a challenge to all skill levels, from Beginner to Pro.

"Hurry, Hurry Hard!"
A stunning and vibrant 3D environment and realistic physics will bring you as close to the ultimate curling experience as you ever thought possible on your computer. Cutomizable teams and varying ice conditions ensure that your Take-Out Weight Curling experience will be fresh and exciting every time you play. You can even take your skills on-line with Gamespy Internet play, and challenge players from all over the world.

"Whoah!"
Realistic: A fully 3D Engine with Multi-Level Zoom, Pan and Rotate camera options provide a completely immersive environment, allowing you to see the action from every angle.

"Whoah, Whoooah!"
Rookie Friendly: Controls for throwing and sweeping are simple and easy to learn, allowing any skill level to dive right into the game.

"Whoah, Whoah!"

System Requirements

PC Windows 98
Required CPU Pentium III 600
Required RAM 64MB
Req. Hard Drive 100MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required Audio DirectX 8.0a Compatible
Supported Video 16MB
3-D Accelerated Video
DirectX 8.0 Compatible
Supported Network Internet
PC Windows ME
Required CPU Pentium III 600
Required RAM 64MB
Req. Hard Drive 100MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required Audio DirectX 8.0a Compatible
Supported Video 16MB
3-D Accelerated Video
DirectX 8.0 Compatible
Supported Network Internet
PC Windows XP
Required CPU Pentium III 600
Required RAM 128MB
Req. Hard Drive 100MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required Audio DirectX 8.0a Compatible
Supported Video 16MB
3-D Accelerated Video
DirectX 8.0 Compatible
Supported Network Internet

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Retail Box cover Curling: Take-Out Weight. Retail Box back Curling: Take-Out Weight. Retail Box inside cover Curling: Take-Out Weight.

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