MegaTraveller 1: The Zhodani Conspiracy (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Paragon Software - 1991 USA, Canada Release
MegaTraveller 1: The Zhodani Conspiracy
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Role Playing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The Zhondani Consulate has seemed content to let events gradually dismember it's only real rival.
Welcome to the Spinward Marches.
We left the Starship races feeling pretty arrogant. Jurden's flying (he's a legend in the Scouts) earned a ton of Imperial credits. Now we're pinned down- laser fire everywhere- by someone, or something, here on Cheika, a floating hunk of rock in the Yres system.
Effane's marine background is coming in handy. She just used her plasma rifle to draw the enemies fire. I managed to hustle behind a rock formation. We've got to get a med kit to Dennar; his leg looks pretty bad from here. And he's the only one that can program the ship's computers. The closest to him is Verti- but what does a con man and smuggler know about medicine?
All I know is we can't waste time. An army of hit-men is hot on our trail. Their boss wants to start an interstellar war between the Imperium and the Zhodani Consulate, and we're the only ones with a chance to stop him.
We're all ex-soldiers, specially-skilled and trained for battle. But I doubt any of us was prepared for this.
- Versatility. The most sophisticated character generation system ever devised: 5 military classes, more than 70 talents and abilities.
- Courage. Explore 28 worlds, each filled with adventure and intrigue.
- Firepower. Control all characters separately in real-time combat sequences on the ground and in space, with more than 30 weapons and weapons skills.
- Resourcefulness. Saving the universe costs money: a detailed bartering system lets players earn Imperial credits through interplanetary trading, with 30 types of cargo.
- Imagination. Flexible gaming system supports any playing strategy and allows multiple solutions to problems and obstacles.
Based on MegaTraveller by Game Designers' Workshop, the world's most popular science fiction gaming system.