X-COM UFO Defence is currently free on the Humble Store

X-COM UFO Defence is currently free on the Humble Store

X-COM UFO Defence is currently free on the Humble Store

X-COM UFO Defence is currently free on the Humble Store

 
X-COM: UFO Defence is currently available for free on the Humble Store, giving gamers a great opportunity to revisit this classic strategy game. 
 
This game was originally released back in December 1993, with PC system requirements of an Intel 80386 CPU, which was first manufactured back in 1986 and requires a staggering 4MB of system memory. As such this title should present no issues on modern hardware, with almost all modern CPUs having more integrated cache than this game RAM requirements.  
 
X-COM: UFO Defence will be given to Humble Store users in the form of a Steam code, with this game's being available for free for 48 hours. 

  

X-COM UFO Defence is currently free on the Humble Store  

Below are the game's PC system requirements, which list an Intel 80386 processor as its minimum requirement, which is a CPU that released with models that ran at speeds that ranged from 12MHz to 40MHz over the CPU's lifetime (manufactured between 1986-2007). 

 

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    • Supported OS: Microsoft 2000/XP/Vista 
    • Processor:80386 processor or better 
    • Memory:4Mb RAM 
    • Sound Cards Supported: AdLib compatible cards, SoundBlaster compatible cards and the Roland LAPC-1.
 
 
You can join the discussion on X-COM: UFO Defense being free on the Humble Store on the OC3D Forums
 
 
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31-01-2017, 01:14:01

svinogidiot
still the best game ever made in my humble opinionQuote

31-01-2017, 15:07:17

The_Governour
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Originally Posted by svinogidiot View Post
still the best game ever made in my humble opinion
Wtf, have not played any so might pick this one up.Quote

31-01-2017, 16:49:09

svinogidiot
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
Wtf, have not played any so might pick this one up.
good luck, just be aware that its a 20 year old game and it may run very fast on anything faster than a 486 cpu...Quote

31-01-2017, 17:48:39

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by svinogidiot View Post
good luck, just be aware that its a 20 year old game and it may run very fast on anything faster than a 486 cpu...
Should have a 1 million FPS warningQuote

31-01-2017, 18:18:47

svinogidiot
sadly i fraps won't run with it, would be fun to have a framecounter in there I can remember running it on my [email protected] mhz and while it did run it was slow as hell, but on my friends [email protected] it ran perfectly.Quote
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