Download Hammer & Sickle Game
  • Hammer & Sickle

    Last Updated : 2011-08-08

    License : Demo / Free

    OS : Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me

    Publisher: cdv Software Entertainment

    File size: 264MB

Brothersoft Editor: Hammer & Sickle continues Nival Interactive's tradition of creating high quality tactical RPGs for the PC, and takes place in the internationally acclaimed Silent Storm universe.

Hammer & Sickle is a single-player tactical RPG set in the spring of 1949. The player will assume the role of a top Soviet spy on clandestine duty in the British-American controlled sector of Germany during the early years of the budding Cold War. In a world where no one is quite who they appear to be, the player is trapped in a hellish plot that could trigger a third world war, this time Between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective nuclear arsenals. Gamers will have to navigate a web of intrigue and make decisions that could determine the fate of the world.

Features:

-True RPG Character Development
-In true RPG fashion, the player's alter ego can be completely customized in appearance and abilities, and grows in capabilities.
-Extensive Freedom of Action
-In Hammer & Sickle, the player enjoys a great degree of freedom as to how to solve the various in-game challenges and multiple endings are possible based upon the player's actions.
-Extensive World War II Era Weaponry
-Hammer & Sickle includes some 90 different authentic weapons that look and function as their real-world counterparts from the post-war era.
-Time of Day Matters
-Certain times of day may make some missions easier to complete.
-A Living, Breathing Game Universe
-Player actions and events have a persistent, global impact.
-Persistent Tracking of Appropriate In-game Behavior
-There is no "complete this mission and all is forgiven" found so often in other games; actions in the initial missions have a potential long-term consequence.
-Sophisticated Dialog and Personality System
-The player may respond to characters encountered in a myriad of ways.
-The Right Object for the Right Task
-In addition to observed actions, non-player characters respond to character dress,.

Requirements: No special requirements