The second computer game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe created by Games Workshop, adapted from the 1989 board game of the same name. Purge Space Hulks of the Genestealer threat from a real-time first-person perspective, controlling and ordering around anywhere from one to ten Space Marines equipped with Terminator Armour, and equipped with combinations of the twelve different weapons available to obliterate your alien foes.
Published: 19.12 2020 by
A lone Space Marine is being setup for an ambush by a vile Genestealer.
The honored Brother-Marine lies slain by the xenos filth.
A pack of Genestealers on the prowl.
A Captain sets up his squad in Overwatch preparing to purge the approaching Genestealer horde.
A Space Marine opens fire on the Genestealers bursting from the Space Hulks vents.
The Terminator-clad knight brings swift death to the Genestealers with his trusted Assault Cannon.
A cowardly Genestealer manages to surprise our brave Brother-Marine from the darkness.
The Brother-Marine is about to join the annals of the Dark Angels for his glorious sacrifice for Mankind.
The brave Captain having swiftly avenged his fallen Brother.
The Imperial Commander, your superior.
He always ends his briefings with a motivational quote.
The actual gameplay interface, the main view screen is your current controlled Space Marine, to the left is the Scanner which shows you the immediate area.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - The Planning Screen allows the sensible Captain to plan out his and his Brothers moves and tactics in advance.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - We have lost one brother to the fiendish xenos as can be seen from the garbled screen in the upper left. In the main viewport you see a Genestealer advancing on Aradiel.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - Theoretically you can play the entire game from the Planning Screen but this method is not recommended by the Codex Astartes.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - A Space Marine sadly has to spend his final moment looking into the face of the enemies of Man.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - The mission was a glorious victory, though it cost us three of our Brother-Marines.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - The Imperial Commander informs the Captain where he will be deployed, due to scanner interference we can not see the map in full detail for this mission.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - The Imperial Commander informs us of our mission objectives.
Space Hulk (DOS, 1993) - The Commander is also kind enough to inform us of the places from which the Genestealers will emerge.
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