APOX Crack/Patch

APOX APOX is a real-time strategy game that uniquely includes gameplay concepts from first-person shooters. Like in a FPS, you can prone, crouch, switch active weapons, throw grenades, and loot corpses. Soldiers in APOX have limited ammo, but ammo sharing is done seamlessly. Soldiers can be placed in vehicles, and this essentially lets you create your own unit designs. APOX keeps everything that makes RTS great like making bases, controlling strategic sites, and managing your resources. The eight missions included are designed to show basic combat and explain the unique aspects to APOX's gameplay. From there, play in one of 100 scrimmage maps against AI-controlled bots. Play with your friends against bots in co-op mode or play against other people in versus mode.

Download APOX Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 50 / 100
User rating
4.3
Downloads 721
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Military, General, Command
Company / Developer
BlueGiant Interactive / BlueGiant Interactive

APOX reviews ( 2 )

CarpGames, May 19, 2011

Very strange game, this. I'm all in favour of smaller developers, but I can't help but get the feeling the team behind APOX got so excited about having made the basis of a game that they forgot to polish it to the point where players could derive enjoyment from actually playing it... and just released it. The whole thing just seems a long way short of ready in that rather hard to quantify way that I shall simply describe as "nothing feels right". The ammo and fuel supply systems are quite nice, but the pace at which they work just feels to slow. The complicated unit micro smacks of a load of ideas that sound cool on paper being implemented verbatim from the spec then never tweaked and battered into anything cohesive. The unit balance appears to have had a helping hand from rand(); , and the AI is very heavy on the Artificial and rather low on the Intelligence (with the former being a cheap attempt to make up for the latter). In short, avoid like the plague unless you're so heavily into RTS games that your live won't be complete without playing it, or are stuck with a choice of APOX or staring at blank wall.

monty845, Feb 21, 2011

This game looked like it had a lot of potential, but really there was nothing new or novel about it. Your troops can't fight there way out of a wet paper bag without your constant micro management, generally combat is not very dynamic, and oh yeah, you need to be online to due the tutorials or skirmishes against the AI, which would be a lot more tolerable if you weren't constantly disconnecting from the servers.