APOX Retail Version released for the PC

By on April 4, 2011

Funbox Media acquired the publishing rights of APOX, a real-time strategy game that uniquely includes gameplay concepts from first person shooters. In APOX, you can command your soldiers to prone, crouch, switch active weapons, throw grenades and loot corpses. Pretty much as you can do in most FPS games. Soldiers in APOX have limited ammo, but ammo sharing is done seamlessly and they can be placed in vehicles, which 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 retail version was released today and you can check a video of the game after the jump!

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.

Key features:

  • FPS-like tactics including prone, taking cover, limited ammo, weapon drops
  • 8 Combat Training Missions
  • 100 Scrimmage Maps
  • Massive games with up to 32 players
  • Play against AI-controlled bots in single player or co-op mode
  • Play against humans in versus mode
  • Internet matchmaking lobby, clans, ratings, and stat tracking
  • Supports single, multi and co-operative play

About David Scarpitta

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