FreescapeIncentive SoftwareIncentive Team (Ian Andrew)
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Freescape is described as using 'walk through filled three-dimensional graphics. The playing areas are all held in an astonishingly tiny amount of memory, thanks to advanced compression techniques, and they exist in a very real space. As you move through the landscapes of walls, buildings and objects, everything is displayed in real perspective as you would see it if you were really there. Walking through a doorway takes you inside a building. As you go through you can 'pan' up to see the door lintel sweeping over your head, you can look round, see steps and climb them (unless the ceiling's too low, when you bump your head and have to crouch down), turn back at the top and see the door you came through.

Freescape allows for two modes of transport, a tank for low-level trundling, or, if you reach a hangar, open the doors and dock with the aircraft, you can fly over the landscapes, banking, turning and swooping with enormous freedom.

On-screen telltales inform of angle of view, elevation and movement steps. Movement can be in very large steps, or ones so tiny that the view changes almost imperceptably. Calculations indicate an almost limitless number of separate views are possible - certainly billions and billions, making the 32,000 of Lords of Midnight seem like a six-screen platform game. All these views mean that movement speed is restricted, although It's much faster than, say, The Sentinel, but lan's confident that by launch time, they will have improved even that considerably. As It is. it's very effective and generates a tremendous atmosphere.

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