Leviathan - The Tone Rebellion (c) Logic Factory, The
Released: 1997 Game type: RTS/Puzzles/Roleplaying
Re-Release Date : 30-08-2004 # of players : Single Player
Supplier: Anonymous View/Graphics: 3D
Protection: None Mov.& Combat : Unit-based
Audio Tracks: No Rating : 6,3/10
Release type: CloneCD Pack(s) : 15x20Mb, SFV
This game is using almost all main genres. It has the Action the Strategic
idea and the level advancing and building of your characters. Although this
is not anything you will find everyday no no no this is something you find
quite different than others. No matter what the information pages say.
You will be on the lead of entire Alien race, floaters which fight to get The
tone. Tone is the life energy for the floater world and you have to get it. It
is used against a malevolent alien presence called Leviathans in a world of
floating islands. This game features all the way new Real-time Strategy type
of gameplay and also kinda like Unit based meaning single unit-based actions of
There is lots of puzzles in the game you will have to solve which increase the
gameplay hours and well some of them are also quite tricky ones. About roleplay
elements yes your characters develop and has individual uses.
More Info and screenshots: [url]http://www.mobygames.com/game/sheet/p,3/gameId,840/ [/url]
Well, here we are again with this Perfect Clone Win9x edition of Leviathan.
Before you start all the installing and all the things you would like to do
for ones take a look to this. This release was made in 1997 and is using basic
Win9x installing system so in Systems like Windows XP/2000 you will have to
activate the compatibility mode to either Windows 95 or 98SE as those systems
provide. Although yes the install goes throught with out those but the game
will need you to add the game exe from installation folder to be also to that
To do this thing you will have to go to Install folder (After installed:=P),
right click on running exe (default: "C:\Program Files\Tone\FLOAT.EXE") and
click Properties. in there you will see the "compatibility"-menu where you
choose the Windows 9X modes adviced. Pretty simple.
1. Mount/burn BIN/CUE Image. (With the anything you got no protections)
2. Use any Windows 9x/XP/2000 system to install
3. If using Windows XP/2000 activate compatibility mode to Win9x mode.
4. Play and Enjoy!