Fallout 1

Fallout (1997) is a computer role-playing game produced by Tim Cain, developed by Black Isle Studios and published by Interplay. The game has a post apocalyptic setting in the late 22nd century, though its story and artwork are heavily influenced by the post-World War II nuclear paranoia of the 1950’s.

The game is sometimes considered to be an unofficial sequel to Wasteland, but it could not use that title as Electronic Arts held the rights to it, and, except for minor references, the games are set in separate universes. It was also intended to use Steve Jackson Games’s GURPS system, but that deal fell through due to the excessive amounts of violence and gore included in the game, forcing Black Isle to change the already implemented GURPS system to the internally developed S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system (the word is formed from the first letters of the game’s most important character attributes). You can customize your character’s parameters and skills, making him a strong melee fighter, a computer freak, a charismatic leader, a skillful sniper, and many more. You can specialize in various types of weapons, become proficient in conversations with people, etc. The game world offers a non-linear exploration: you can either follow the main story or perform one of the many sub-quests, visiting the game’s locations in your preferred order. The game utilizes a turn-based combat system. Your party members (if you recruit any) are controlled by the computer AI. Each action (movement, attack, using a healing item, etc.) costs you action points; once they are depleted, your turn ends.

Critically acclaimed, the game inspired a number of sequels and spin-off games, known collectively as the Fallout series.



@ Wikia


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4 Responses to “Fallout 1”

  1. lee Says:

    is there anywherei can get a genuine download of this game because alot seem like fake downloads

  2. james Says:

    Im looking for the x-box version but I cant find it anywhere

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