Kraptor 1.0

It is a classic shoot 'em up scroller game, where you must fight against tons
1.0.2 - April 2004 (See all)

Kraptor is a classic shoot 'em up scroller game, where you must fight against tons of bad dudes. The game offers high speed action, with massive destruction and lots of fun. Kraptor features a powerful engine for 2D shooter scroller games. Massive destruction, powerful weapons, all that you always wanted in this kind of games!

Main features:
- Works on many platforms, including DOS, Windows and Linux!
- Supports all resolutions, like 320x200, 640x480, 1024x768, etc.; even those bizarre ones, like 160x120, 320x400, etc.
- Uses stereo positional sound (you hear the ships flying around you)
- Has a incredible particle system, that let all sorts of particle effects in the explosions, fire on the ground, the ships going down in flames,and the weapons can let a trail of smoke, beams, etc
- Has a dynamic fire, smoke and explosions system based on layers and on-fly rendering, that let show a massive destruction effect on the air and ground.
- Has a dynamic enviroment sub-engine to render rain, snow, etc.
- The ships explodes into pieces, and the builds on the ground blows up in a chain-explosion effect.
- Enemys of any size, and custom IAs and weapons.
- All kind of animated bad dudes, from tiny ones to big bad bosses.
- All the flying objects cast shadows over the background, with perspective correction.
- Support for animations and cinematic, with sound and subtitles.
- A on-fly translation system with UNICODE and UTF-8 support, that can translate on the fly all the GUIs to other language.
- Multiple weapons for player and enemies.
- Has original music sound-track.
- You can lower/raise the detail level, in low detail, the game runs good even on a 486 DX2!
- Original story, with cool movies.
- Realistic huge hi-res backgrounds levels.
- Original high quality stereo sounds and music
- Support for Spanish and English translation on-fly
- 'Black market' shop to buy new weapons, upgrade ship, etc.
- GUI driven interface like the one used in Unre*l.
- You can Save / Load your game

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