Dec 172017
 
Rise of the Triad shareware version. Apogee's newest release. A DOOM like game.

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RISE OF THE TRIAD: THE HUNT BEGINS!
3D Shareware by Apogee Software
"ROTT will have every DOOM freak in the world
lining up just to drool over it!" - IE Mag.
Requires 386DX+, 4Megs RAM & local bus video.
ROTT is a REALISTIC, violent 3D action game.
10+ weapons, HUGE levels, modem/network play.
Midi music & digital sounds for all cards.
Digitized enemies, INTENSE ACTION, realistic
playability. Uses multiple game controllers.
HIGHLY RATED by ALL top game magazines.


File 1ROTT.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Games and Entertainment
Rise of the Triad shareware version. Apogee’s newest release. A DOOM like game.
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Contents of the VENDOR.DOC file


RISE OF THE TRIAD: "The HUNT Begins"
Shareware version 1.0 (vS1.0)
Copyright (c) 1994 Apogee Software, Ltd. All rights reserved.
Released worldwide December 20, 1994

DISTRIBUTION OF RISE OF THE TRIAD (ROTT)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*** THIS VERSION MAY *ONLY* BE DISTRIBUTED ON-LINE OR VIA BULLETIN BOARDS AND
ON-LINE SERVICES.

*** DO NOT DISTRIBUTE THIS VERSION IN A RETAIL LOCATION, ON DISKS, ON
CD-ROMS, AND DO NOT LIST IT IN SHAREWARE CATALOGS.

NOTE TO VENDORS: The next version of ROTT will be available for you
to distribute non-electronically, and should be available by Feb. 1995.

FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS TO ROTT VERSION 1.1
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Note: The following problems should be fixed in the next released version
of ROTT, which should be available on-line by February 1995.

[1] This version of ROTT does not properly support COM cards equipped with
the 8250 UART chip (it works, but not to our satisfaction yet).

[2] You'll be able to play network ROTT games with needing a separate,
dedicated computer acting as the server.

[3] The entire game will be better tweaked and fine-tuned. We released
this version ASAP to get it out before Christmas (due to intense
pressure by the public), and we feel like we were not able to fully
and properly play-test the game, and make minute finishing touches.

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