Fallen Haven (1997)

 

About This Game

The planet New Haven was supposed to be a paradise, an idyllic, peaceful new home for colonists from Old Earth. But that was before the wars broke out, before the provinces turned on one another, and before the aliens arrived.

Unwittingly, Earth scientists awoke the sleeping giant of the Tauran war machine. The same deep-space probes that first discovered New Haven also alerted the aliens. Now the Taurans, warlike aliens previously unknown to humankind, have mounted a campaign, descending upon New Haven with one goal: total conquest.

Gameplay

As the games begins you are in your capital city. There is a quick start tutorial in the manual to help you on. In fact, as much as I hate to say it, and as much as no one will do it, it is a good idea to read the manual thoroughly before playing the game. This will help to avoid defeat after defeat in the tactical section.

Everything is very “modern”, maybe futuristic would be a better word. I found some of the buttons for the various modes were not intuitive. At one point I was to click on the “map” button.

Features

  • Strategic and tactical levels of gameplay
  • Build structures, research technologies, and fight battles
  • Play as humans or aliens, each with unique strengths and weaknesses
  • More than 15 territories to conquer in each scenario
  • Multiple difficulty levels¬†

Game Details

Genre Strategy – Turn-based – Sci-fi
Languages English
Size 101 MB
Company Les Productions Micomeq / iEntertainment Network Inc.
Released January 1, 1997

System Requirements

[Windows]
Minimum System Requirements
[Windows]
Recommended system requirements
System Windows 7 / 8 / 10 System
Processor 1.8 GHz Processor
Memory 512 MB RAM Memory
Graphics 3D graphics card Graphics
DirectX DirectX 7 DirectX DirectX 9
Storage 1GB available space Storage
Sound Sound
Other Other

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