Project: Snowblind takes place in the year 2065 in Hong Kong. The city is
suddenly attacked by a hostile force known as the Republic, led by a rogue
Chinese general named Yan Lo. An international peacekeeping force stationed in
Hong Kong, known as the Liberty Coalition, is tasked with defending the island
from the invasion.
The story follows Liberty Coalition 2nd Lieutenant Nathan Frost, who is
critically injured in a surprise attack by the Republic while attempting to
save the life of a wounded soldier. He is rebuilt by the Coalition using
experimental nano-technology. Using the powers granted to him by his
nano-technology augmentations, Frost spearheads the Coalition's counter-attack
against the Republic, eventually rescuing a defecting Republic scientist named
Dr. Joseph Liaw. Dr. Liaw informs Frost about a plot by General Yan Lo known as
Yan Lo, who believes that technology has made humankind weak, plans to detonate
EMP bombs in New York, Paris, and Hong Kong thus shutting down much of
humankind's technological civilization and plunging the world into another dark
In an attempt to stop the General's plot, Frost launches an attack on Yan Lo's
secret underground bunker, fighting past the General's nano-augmented elite
guards and confronting the General himself. It is here that Frost learns that
the General is an augmented super-soldier just like himself, created twenty
years ago using earlier bio-mechanical technology. The painful side-effects of
his physical augmentations have driven the General insane, and fueled his
hatred of modern technology. Frost and Yan Lo battle using many of the same
augmentation powers, with Frost eventually emerging the winner. Yan Lo
overloads and explodes, but not before taunting Frost and informing him that
Project: Snowblind will still proceed forward.
In a last ditch attempt to stop Project: Snowblind, Frost launches a final
assault on the facility where the EMP bombs are being prepared for
distribution, aided by all surviving Coalition soldiers. Frost succeeds in
destroying the facility, while the soldiers stayed at the entrance, holding off
the enemy reinforcements.
The ending cutscene shows Nathan Frost and the remaining Coalition soldiers
walking to the nearest Coalition base, which was fifty miles away.
Similar to the Deus Ex series, the focus of Project: Snowblind's gameplay is
giving the player a variety of choices on how to approach any given situation.
Although the game is generally linear, most levels feature multiple paths
through any given area, allowing players to either rush in guns blazing or
attempt to find a more stealthy side-path. Unlike Deus Ex, the game is entirely
centered around pure combat, but nonetheless provides the player with multiple
options regarding every battle. Every weapon in the game has a secondary fire
mode, several of which create exotic effects such as a swarm of drones that
will actively seek out and attack enemies. The player can also throw a variety
of grenades with different effects, including a riot shield that creates a
temporary stationary energy wall for the player to take cover behind. The
player can also use a special "Icepick" device to hack enemy cameras, turrets,
and robots and use them against enemy forces. The game also features several
driveable vehicles. Finally, the player's character possesses a variety of
nano-technology augmentations that can be used to grant them various powers.
One of the main focuses of Project:Snowblind's gameplay are Nathan Frost's
nano-technology augmentations. Although most of Frost's augmentations are
inactive at the beginning of the game, they become activated as the game
progresses, granting Frost additional powers.
Frost's complete list of augmentations are:
Vision: A harmony of night vision, x-ray vision, and infrared vision. Dark
areas are brightened, enemies and mines give off a bright yellow glow and can
be seen through walls. It also lets frost see the viewing range of security
cameras, and where they are looking at that time. This power is especially
useful later in the game when Frost acquires the Rail Laser, which can fire
through solid objects like walls.
Reflex Boost: Slows down time allowing the player to dodge bullets and make
better decisions. This can be useful when combined with Vision upgrade, letting
the player see the enemies positions and better plan their attack.
Ballistic Shielding: Frost is covered in a white shimmering net-like material,
and is invincible while the shield is active. The shield eventually exhausts
its meter, and it will decrease more quickly if Frost is shot.
Cloak: Renders Frost invisible for a short period of time. If he fires a
Primary or Secondary weapon while cloaked, the cloak deactivates. Punches do
not deactivate the cloak.
Electrical Storm: When activated, the HUD fills with blue-grey static as a huge
electrical blast emanates from Frost's body, severely injuring or killing
enemies in range as well as disabling electronics.
STEP 1: Extract file with 7z to anywhere you like.
(note: Game will install to 'OS':GamesSnowBlind)
STEP 2: Double click 'setup.exe' in 'SnowBlind' folder.
STEP 3: Follow on screen instructions!
*DO NOT INTERRUPT PROCESS ONCE EXTRACTION HAS BEGUN*
STEP 4: Start game from Desktop.
Freeman G Ripper
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