Emergency 4: Global Fighters for Life

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Emergency 4: Global Fighters for Life
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Developer(s) Sixteen Tons Entertainment[1]
Publisher(s) Take-Two Interactive
License Proprietary
Series Emergency
Platform(s) Windows
Release date 2006-03-31[2]
Genre(s) Real-time strategy / Emergency micro-management
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: T (Teen)
PEGI: 12+
USK: 12
Media 2 CD-ROMs
System requirements Pentium 4 2.5GHz, 1GiB RAM, GeForce 5700 128MiB VRAM, 2GiB free HD space more...
Input methods Keyboard and mouse

Emergency 4 (aka 911: First Responders in North America) is an emergency service micromanagement game released in 2006. It was developed by Sixteen Tons Entertainment, a German developer, and is the fourth game in the Emergency series. The game features 20 missions and 2 free-play modes (challenge and endless, plus free-play intermissions between missions), during witch the player has to deal with various accidents, from simple medical emergencies to terrorist attacks and natural disasters. To do so the player must choose what emergency units to dispatch (within their limited mission budget), and then control those units individually.

In all those aspects, the game is very similar to its predecessor, Emergency 3. The main differences with it are: updated graphics, better AI (unoccupied doctors automatically go heal nearby wounded people and stop performing CPR when a victim is confirmed dead), various control improvements (like the ability to call several of the same unit at the same time, and to choose where to deploy them right from the dispatch menu), some unit changes.


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In order to run this game, your PC must meet or exceed the following requirements[3]:

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There are 2 kinds of units: vehicles and humans (+ the rescue dog). They are divided in 4 categories: firefighting, police, medical service and technical units.

[edit] Cheats

During the game, type magic (NB: on a non-qwerty keyboard you'll need to hit the keys as if you had a qwerty keyboard) to activate the cheats (if successful, a "Cheat activated" message will appear). You can then use the following cheats:

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[edit] References

  1. Sixteen Tons Entertainment - Products
  2. Emergency 4 on gamepressure.com
  3. Emergency 4 back cover
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