Perimeter Crack/Patch

Perimeter Perimeter is a ground breaking real-time strategy game which brings, a range of fresh ideas to the RTS genre. Use strategic Terraforming to acquire resources, project a impenetrable perimeter force shield to protect from attack and marshal your forces though manipulation of nano-technology. These key gameplay elements deliver a new challenging and rewarding experience for single and multiplayer. Perimeter is set in a universe where the earth is dying and multiple civilisations are in a race across a newly discovered galaxy to colonise the only suitable planet. This epic journey will involve exploring many new worlds, battling against other civilisations and indigenous species, all to acquire energy to continue the search for a new home. [Codemasters]

Download Perimeter Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 1238
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Sci-Fi, General
Players 4 Online
Company / Developer
Codemasters / K-D Lab

Perimeter reviews ( 4 )

McTremor, May 24, 2004

This game is very good. The graphics are..very detailed and generate a feeling of..softness..can't describe it any better. To make things short: This game ist made for the defensive type of RTS-Gamer..those who are not good in Starcraft against human opponents because theses type of gamers HATE to loose any units in all out attacks. I'm one of them...i like to build and fortify my position. In this game, most missions include the defense of your base, and very few missions have an "attack" subject...enjoy!

TomekG., Aug 5, 2004

This game is odd... I thought it would be a materpiece but it is just boooring! Gameplay is the most annoying part: units are uninteligent (could drown in a lake or die trying to traverse enemys' perimeter shield!), AI of Scourge is less than zero - they will attack still and still from the same direction. The strong side of the game is the story and graphics, and that is all...

Nick, Jun 27, 2004

This "RTS" can't offer any task for a mind, map is visible, player shouldn't choose which units to produce, the hardest stratigic choice is "from which side I should attack". Boooooriiiiiiiiiing.

DrSepsis, Jun 15, 2014

There's a lot of bad to this game and only a few redeeming features. In the 90s this would have been a somewhat enjoyable game, but not only are the graphics terribly outdated but so are the clunky interfaces. During the tutorial it would often skip ahead of itself mid-sentence before finishing its previous explanation. There are very few descriptions for what units and builds do, and most missions are a matter of figuring out what the level even wants from you before you can get working on it. Everything is slow and clunky and quite frankly it's absolutely baffling how this game has gotten such a good score to date. That being said, it's a little novel and for people who fans of building up big bases this game is appealing. However that's just about all this game has going for it.