From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jagged Alliance 2 is a tactical role-playing game for PC, released in 1999 for Microsoft Windows and later ported to Linux by Tribsoft. It is the third entry in the Jagged Alliance series. The game was followed by the expansion Unfinished Business in 2000.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagged_Alliance_2
Jagged Alliance is a series of turn-based tactics video games. The first games in the series were released for DOS. From Jagged Alliance 2 on, the games were developed using DirectX for native Windows operation. Jagged Alliance 2 was also released for Linux and is available on Steam and on GOG.com for Windows.
Jagged Alliance is a tactical role-playing game released in 1995 for MS-DOS. It was developed by Madlab Software and published by Sir-Tech. It is the first game in the Jagged Alliance series. It was re-released in 2008 on GOG.com and in 2010 on GamersGate, both with Windows support.
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Jagged Alliance 2 is a tactical role-playing game for PC, released in 1999 for Microsoft Windows and later ported to Linux by Tribsoft. It is the third entry in the Jagged Alliance series. The game was followed by the expansion Unfinished Business in 2000. Two commercial versions of the mod Wildfire were released in 2004 in the form of expansion packs. The core game and the Unfinished Business expansion were combined and released under the title Jagged Alliance 2 Gold Pack in 2002. The game take
The game puts the player in control of several mercenaries that must explore and reclaim towns and territories from enemy forces. As the game advances, the player can hire new mercenaries and acquire better weapons and armour to combat opponents. The map screen displays the world map of Arulco in a square grid and the forces deployed by the enemy and the player. This is the strategic side of the game, as the player directs his forces, and controls the progress of time, which may be sped up or pa
Jagged Alliance 2 takes place in the fictional nation of Arulco, ruled until the late 1980s by a unique democratic monarchy – monarchs led the nation, but elections were held every ten years to assert their legitimacy. In 1988, election candidate Enrico Chivaldori took a wife, Deidranna Reitman of Romania, in order to boost his popularity and consequently was victorious. However, Deidranna proved to be more than a pawn; showing a thirst for power, she framed Chivaldori for the murder of ...
In an interview with Game.EXE during the game's development, SirTech noted an intention to preserve freedom of movement, character relationships and flexible storyline from the previous title. Among the new features discussed were a real-time mode and player own character's generation. In a later interview during game's alpha release, the game's designer Ian Currie noted the addition of role-playing and strategy elements compared to the previous title. He explained that — while the ...
Jagged Alliance 2 became a commercial success and, according to designer Ian Currie, was the second-largest hit published by TalonSoft. By October 1999, Udo Hoffman of PC Player reported that its sales had surpassed 100,000 units in Germany and that distributor TopWare was please
After the release of the original Jagged Alliance 2, two sequels and various mods have been released, including a prequel titled Jagged Alliance: Flashback which was released on Steam in October 2014.
Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games is a 1996 tactical role-playing game developed and published by Sir-Tech and a sequel to Jagged Alliance.
In Deadly Games, the player takes a group of mercenaries through a series of missions. The missions are linked chronologically, removing the need for micro-management on a strategic map. The scenario branches somewhat depending on the player's successes and failures. There are multiple terrain types, the mercenaries are hired and fired between missions, and Micky, the first equipment trader of the series, offers his services; for example, he may occasionally sell the player junk equipment, there
In July 1996, Sir-Tech announced that Deadly Games would appear on the Total Entertainment Network multiplayer service. GOG.com released an emulated version for Microsoft Windows in 2008.
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This Wiki should be renamed "Jagged Alliance Series". "Jagged Alliance" should link to a description of the first title in the series. I would make these changes myself, but I don't want to break anything :P I may attempt this change at a later date (when I have fully educated myself on how to do this) Redxela Sinnak July 3, 2005 08:17 (UTC)
I have a CD with Jagged Alliance Ver. 1.13, and am wondering if that was the last/latest version, or if there is a later version (and/or patch) available. Most software articles (even other games) show what version is the last/latest, so this will help the article as well.
Many articles on Wiki will have links to the community for the game in question and I don't believe it should be any different for Jagged Alliance 2. Given the age of the game and that many of the related community sites may have already folded, it's important to have at least one link to the active elements of the community.
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Unlike the original game, Back in Actionuses a combat system called "Plan & Go", which combines RTS gameplay with turn-based elements. 1. "The biggest improvement (outside of the new 3D engine and modern graphics) is that the game can either be played in a new RTS style mode, or the turn based system from the first game, or a hybrid of the two. The hybrid mode shifts from real time to turn based on criteria specified by the player. For example you can play in real time mode until you discover a mine or come across a bad guy. From there you can then switch into the game’s “Plan and Go” combat system. This mode is that you can key actions of your team together which brings out the real strength of the system. For example, let’s say you want to have one guys sneak up behind a bad guy and cut his throat but then have a sniper ready to take him out if he fails. Well you setup the actions of the first guy along a timeline along the bottom and then when you have the kill action taking plac...
Minimum 1. OS: Windows XP (SP2), Vista or Windows 7 2. Processor: Core 2 Duo Processor (1,8 GHz or better) or similar AMD 3. Memory: 2 GB RAM 4. Hard Disk Space: 3GB HDD Space 5. Video Card: Shader 3.0 compatible graphics card (ATi 2600, GeForce 8800 or similar) with 512 MB RAM 6. Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card Recommended 1. Processor: i5 Processor (2,4 GHz or better) or similar AMD 2. Memory: 4 GB RAM or more 3. Video Card: Shader 3.0 compatible graphics card (ATi 5850 and GeForce 460 or better) with 768 MB RAM
Here is a large database with all of the data from the game. Whatever you are in need of, go and check those tables and you will likely find answers to your questions. Google database for Jagged Alliance: Back in ActionThese values are updated to version 1.3
The in-game music is quite motivating - creating a unique atmosphere and fitting the game very well. It exudes a sense of strength and confidence when you are facing your enemies on the map. Note: If you are looking for different music, there is a mod called "Ultimate AIM-Professionals" which gives alternative music for this game. Finnbat´s mod shop
People who pre-purchased Jagged Alliance: Back in Action on Steam have received an exclusive DLC, the Urban Specialist Kit, and three Genuine items for Team Fortress 2.
Along the exclusive Urban Specialist Kit are 3 other similar Specialist Kits available for purchase: 1. Night Specialist Kit 2. Desert Specialist Kit 3. Jungle Specialist Kit
Two add-ons have been released for Back in Action, each one giving a new mission to play: 1. Point Blank 2. Shades of Red
from Wikipedia The critical reception was mixed at best, with armchairempire.com saying "Jagged Alliance: Back In Action is, and probably will for many years hence be, the definitive textbook example of how to mess up by the numbers when attempting to "relaunch" a classic franchise." Even Finnish Pelit magazine, in one of the most positive reviews internationally, stated "Back in Action is not a bad game, but pales in comparison to its father."Jagged Alliance: Back in Actionon Steam↑ GameStar preview (PDF)↑ Gaming Nexus - E3 2011: Jagged Alliance Back in Action (Impressions) - by Charles Husemann