Emergency 4 (911 First Responders)
Emergency 4 or 911 first responders boasts a rich mix of gripping real-time strategy game and true-to-life simulation. The player becomes head of operations in a fictional rescue and catastrophe management organisation, in command of a number of vehicles and staff from the fire department, medical rescue, police and technical services.
For the first time in the history of the Emergency series, all campaign missions are embedded into one continuous game set in a real town with a sheer infinite number of side-operations and tasks, so linking the various missions together. The player has to manage money as well as setting the right pre-requisites for upcoming missions. The player has to react to a variety of events, developing dynamically 24/7, set against a background of continuous day/night changes and constantly varying weather conditions.
Another new feature are the spectacular overseas operations in the Antarctic and the near East, which present the player with completely new challenges. The sheer number and rich variety of the game’s 20 missions represent a new standard for this genre. The scenes range from medical emergencies to road accidents and large-scale fires, and culminate in earthquakes and floods
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20 extensive missions with various solutions for the player to choose freely. These are dynamically embedded into a looped gamescape set in a "real-life" town, which serves as the permanent base for the player's operational units.
Spectacular overseas operations in the Antarctic and the Middle East.
Improved intuitive player interface: simplified controls, newly developed micromanagement system, extended user interface and Ingame Help, as well as an extensive tutorial.
The new multiplay co-operation mode allows several players to manage an enormous and totally new operational area.
Greatly extended continuous game and challenge mode in completely new surroundings.
New operational units ranging from SEK scouts to recovery helicopters from technical ancillary services, to TransAid, the large-capacity aircraft for overseas operations.
Dynamic, realistic and unscripted fire breakouts.
Realistic physical conditions, for instance: collapsing buildings and bridges, and people hit by blast waves. Each object in the gamescape also possesses different realistic properties such as weight and material.
Greatly improved 3D-graphics with complex effects, for instance: water reflections, glow effects when light reflects from objects, flickering flames, as well as changes in time and weather.