X-Com: Enforcer (2001)

About This Game

Alien forces have invaded Earth and are terrorizing the population. To combat this sinister threat, a lone X-COM scientist has created the Enforcer, a high-tech fighting machine made of earthly robotics and scavenged alien technology.

Armed with the latest high-powered weapons, the Enforcer is sent into alien hot spots to fight in adrenaline-charged battles that rage on city streets, across rooftops and in the sewers. YOU are the Enforcer.

Powered by the same game engine as Unreal Tournament™, X-COM ENFORCER™ puts you on the front line of an alien attack. 


In single player mode, the player assumes the role of the combat robot named Enforcer. The game takes place from a third person perspective and uses both the keyboard and mouse as controls. The aim of each level revolves mainly around killing aliens and rescuing hostages. Each kill results in “data points” being dropped by the deceased aliens, which Enforcer can pick up and use between missions to accomplish research.

Enforcer can also pick up “Unresearched objects” which expands the available research paths resulting in new weapons and armour. The aim of majority of the missions is to destroy alien transporter drones to prevent them from teleporting into various sites around the transporter. Some mission has the player to survive from alien waves, protecting important facilities, and fighting bosses. Puzzles which present themselves in the game are simple and the focus of gameplay centres on continual action and continual masses of aliens.

Game Details

Genre Shooter – Action – Sci-fi
Works on Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
Languages Audio and text: English
Released April 19, 2001
Size 287.4 MB
Company MicroProse / 2K Games

System Requirements

Minimum system requirements – Windows:

XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9.0
Mouse, Keyboard.


X-Com: Enforcer (2001)

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