In Moloch Terminator game you'll have to fight for the national security. A former general is going mad and takes by storm several air-bases. Your mission is to save the nation and stay alive. Good luck, brave hero!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: In Moloch Terminator game you'll have to fight for the national security. A former general is going mad and takes by storm several air-bases. By his order crammed with arms combat aircrafts and helos ago aloft heading off for principal governmental objects. In a few seconds tens of critical objects are destroyed. Your character is one of brave pilots from the last air-base survived. Your mission is to save the nation and stay alive. Only you can reflect fanatical attacks of the enemies. You're the only one who has come to defend the country. In case you die the last hope for the whole nation to survive will die. You'll have to rebuff air strikes as well as infantry assaults, meet force majeure, and remember there's no way to drop back. Every new level contains a finite number of enemies and a new object to defend. The task is to destroy all the enemies at every level and defend the object under security. You owe the whole armoury from tank-piercing sockets up to bombs and rockets. With every level the attacks are more massive, and the enemies are getting more powerful and invulnerable. Good luck, brave hero! Join your counterparts from all over the world and beat your best score! If your score is among the Top 10, you can upload it to our Web site and thousands of other players all over the world will be able to see your highscore! Are you up for the challenge? Download Arcade Game Moloch Terminator and Play for Free!
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