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The full standalone version. Playable without any installed game.
"We are thrilled that, togehter with Crytek, we can give all PC-players the
possibility to experience Wreckage in all of its variety:
Wreckage throws you in the middle of a nonstop-action firework with superior
vehicle combats, highly detailed landscapes and thunderous teamaction. Using
the powerful CryEngine 2, Wreckage features technology like accurate lip
synchronization, facial animations and the choice between english or spanish subtitles.
We hope that you'll enjoy the game just as much as we enjoyed its development.
We love to read your feedback."
-The Wreckage Team-
Wreckage offers an action-oriented presentation, professional execution, complete dubbing
and Crysis-level graphics. Developed by the four-man-team around Christopher Held, who
also already developed "The Harbour" and "Rainy Days".
It's the final chapter of the story, that began with the map "The Harbour" and was continued in the
modification "Rainy Days". It tells the story of three soldiers who try to survive a devastating war
between two worlds. The play time is somewhat longer than one hour.
>> Install Wreckage where you want.
(Make sure you have the Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package installed. If you are not sure,
just install either the 32 bit or 64 bit package from the included 'vcredist' folder.)
>> Start Wreckage in either 32 or 64 Bit with the exe file in the "Wreckage/Bin32" or "Wreckage/Bin64" folder. (We prefer the 64 bit version, as it prevents the most memory issues.)
>> A click on "Single Player->New Game" will start the first act.
(To load them manually use our chapter system you can find in the Crysis main menue ("Single Player->Chapter Selection") or open the console with ^ and type in "map wreckage", "map wreckage_part2" or "map wreckage_part3".)
Nothing happens ingame
Load the corresponding chapter with our chapter system you can find in the Crysis main menue ("Single Player->Chapter Selection").
Dialogues are too quiet!
Increase the volume of the dialogues in the ingame Crysis menue or lower the music and sounds.
If you can't toss grenades or change weapons, restart your game. This is a known Crysis Wars bug.
Lower the shadow and shader settings in the ingame menue.
Play Crysis Wars in 64-bit if your system allows it.
While we are enjoying our cocktails and 3D palm leafs fan fresh air to us, there's just one thing we need: your feedback. Your opinion is like a rewarding massage for our bothered developer-souls. We love to read your feedback.