Deimos Rising
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Sequel game to Mars Rising.   Shareware ($20.00)
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Deimos Rising is a fast-action, smooth-scrolling, heart-stopping, arcade-style game that's sure to hyphenate your social life.

This sequel is about revenge. And not yours. Mars Rising's big brother is here, and he's pissed off. David Wareing has once again crafted a masterpiece of twitch gaming bliss that combines killer graphics, sounds, music, and action into an experience that'll leave you breathless.

Deimos Rising features gorgeous 16 bit graphics lovingly rendered with transparency, alpha masking, and motion blur into a whirlwind of pixelized chaos. If you thought the
What's New
Version 1.0.6 adds compatibility with Mac OS X 10.3.2 (Panther).
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS 8.6 or later, CarbonLib.





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Macmanx206 reviewed on 19 Jan 2004
This is just a great game. And I can finally play it at full-screen again! (using OS X 10.3.2)
[Version 1.0.6]


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bob_weiner reviewed on 02 Jul 2003
Since 1.0.1 and the fact I've switched to an NVidia GeForce4MX, I have NOT been able to get this game to work on my G4/Dual 450. The latest updater does not solve the problem. It renders my screen black, with the mouse cursor being the only item visible. C'mon Ambrosia! Fix this problem!!
[Version 1.0.4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 29 Jan 2003
i have the 1.0.0 version...but too bad ther is not any cheats for that...i cant get part the 7th level....very hard...very addictive game.
[Version 1.0.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 May 2002
GREAT !!!!
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Jan 2002
A great game. The perfect follow-up to Mars Rising. More enemies, more shooting and more weapons. One negative remark though: the two-player option does not support joysticks. This is something ambrosia should fix.
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Dec 2001
This game is evil. It seduced me with its beautiful visuals and then ushered me into a whole new world of twitch arcade gaming bliss. Guess I'll be forking out the 20 dollars necessary to unlock the remainder of Deimos. Hrm. I needed that to buy my girlfriend an xmas present...bah, who cares. This beats any relationship. :P
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Dec 2001
Wonderful game! The levels are gorgeous and the gameplay is great fun! Very highly recommended.
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Dec 2001
Finally a game that is worthy of my download, this game is worth the $20!
[Version 1.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Dec 2001
Absolutely excellent game. My $20 will be on their way ASAP.
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:23,160
Version Downloads:7,942
Type:Games : Adventure
License:Shareware
Date:18 Jan 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price: $20.00
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Deimos Rising is a fast-action, smooth-scrolling, heart-stopping, arcade-style game that's sure to hyphenate your social life.

This sequel is about revenge. And not yours. Mars Rising's big brother is here, and he's pissed off. David Wareing has once again crafted a masterpiece of twitch gaming bliss that combines killer graphics, sounds, music, and action into an experience that'll leave you breathless.

Deimos Rising features gorgeous 16 bit graphics lovingly rendered with transparency, alpha masking, and motion blur into a whirlwind of pixelized chaos. If you thought the legions of enemies you faced on Mars were hectic, wait until you touch down on the menacing landscape of Deimos.


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