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Critical Damage

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Here you can download the game “Critical Damage” on your PC without registration and for free. To download the official version of the game on the computer is very simple, you can do this by clicking the button Download Game. The key to the game “Critical Damage” is not required, the game is completely free (no time limit), just download it, install and play.

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Developer: First Games Interactive
Publisher: First Games Interactive
Edition: Standard
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Free Shooter Games

During the launch of an atmospheric probe to Jupiter, an unknown life form invades the International Research Station ‘Zenith-3’ along with a sample of the local “air”. These are true monsters! They gobble up everything around them. They are able to cope even with the toughest metals. Any “contact between civilizations” is out of the question! You cannot find anything even remotely resembling consciousness in these aliens from Jupiter. Only the desire to annihilate everything around. Half the crew died on the very first day. People are horrified. What to do?

A small group of strong-minded scientists stayed on the spaceship. They hid in the bunker. The only way of protection is the use of a remote-controlled robot. You can equip it with various types of weapons, change the robot modification choosing a technologically more powerful and advanced version, and in every possible way upgrade all items used in battle: mines, cannons, missiles, turrets. Control the robot with the keyboard or mouse, protect the bunker with people and destroy all hostile aliens, freeing up each compartment of the space station step by step. Beware! The aliens are treacherous and there are lots of them: they reproduce with an unprecedented speed.

Game doesn’t start? If you cannot start the game using a shortcut on the desktop. Open the folder you selected when installing the game, by default it’s “C:\Program Files (x86)\Atarata Games\Game Name” OR right-click the “Game Name” shortcut on your desktop, then click Properties at the very bottom, and then click Open File Location. Find the “(Game Name).wrp.exe” file and start the game!

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OS: Windows XP or later
Processor: 1.5 GHz processor
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 300 Mb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~61 Mb

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#1 Obey the Fist Гости
Critical Damage is an ancient 3D rendered 2D top down twin stick wave survival shooter where you control a little sci-fi tank with an array of weapons and shoot enemies that swarm at you and try kill your base. It's a very shallow, arcadelike experience with little value or merit for gamers when this was launched back in 2010, and even less 12 years down the track.
From a technical perspective, the game doesn't meet basic minimum requirements that most PC gamers expect as standard.
The game only displays in 4:3 pillarboxed aspect ratio. It's possible they developed this using an old CRT they found in a dumpster, or this game has been specifically designed for people gaming on PC's from 1995... either way, this isn't really acceptable in the modern era of PC gaming. For reference, widescreen gaming became mainstream about 4 years before this launched, so there's simply no excuse.
There's no options to change the resolution for the game or customise the graphics settings. There's no way for gamers to ensure this is running at the native resolution of their displays... there's no guarantee this game will look right on any PC as a result of this hamfisted design decision. There's no way for gamers to try improve the low quality graphics.
The game features lazy low-polygon "retro" assets, making this look like a barely functional 3D game from the 1990s. It's unclear why the developers weren't able to arrange high quality, high polygon count contemporary assets for the game, and also irrelevant... what matters is that this looks bad as a result of their decisions, a compromise PC gamers shouldn't have to put up with.
The controls can't be customised, which will be an annoyance for many, but it can also render the game unplayable for differently-abled gamers.
These technical defects push this game below acceptable standards for any modern PC game.