Alone in space, light years away from your family, armed with only your Fistcannon™; you are Cargo Corps' latest recruit, a Cargo Commander.
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Çıkış Tarihi: 1 Kas 2012

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Alone in space, light years away from your family, armed with only your Fistcannon™, Platform Drill and the meanest cup of coffee in the sector; you are Cargo Corps’ latest recruit, a Cargo Commander.
Your responsibilities are simple: travel through the vast reaches of wormhole-filled space salvaging priceless cargo from alien infested containers. The work, however, is hard, honest, and hairy:punch and shoot deadly mutants in the face, while traveling between your ship and containers. Jockey for promotions with thousands of other Cargo Commanders in the galaxy, collect over 80 different cargo types, all the while earning your way back home.

Key Features

  • Randomly generated levels based around names. Choose any name to generate a new custom sector and share with your friends to compete for high score!
  • Fully destructible environments; create your own path with your Platform drill and explosives
  • Compete with other players for promotions; each sector has an online leaderboard
  • 2 different play modes: Career and Journey
  • Loot the dead corpses of other players' vain attempts at beating your score
  • Upgradeable weapons and tools

Sistem Gereksinimleri

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS:Windows Vista/7
    • Processor:2 GHz (or 4 GHz for CPUs like Celeron/Duron)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:DirectX 9.0c compatible; integrated or very low budget cards may not work
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space; 256 MB Video Memory
    • OS:Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card, 256 MB video memory
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space
    • OS: Ubuntu (and most other distributions
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c/OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card, 256 MB video memory
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB space
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Kristy Blackclaw
( kayıtlarda 19.8 saat )
Yayınlanma: 23 Haziran
Because the song is awesome. Don't like worry you can play you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYNUR03JvzE
Nice game unique gameplay but can get repetive.
All the level random depend the code.
Few different weapons and a melee mega punch.


In space you floating fast, lacking oxygen drilling to get inside other ship.
(beware going outside too often bring some space drill)
The game it to get blue crate item in some square ships that you need drill to enter.
They got monsters and cristal that spawn monster and you can found some weapon and health.
Some monster may spawm atfer collect a blue crate.
Killing moster give you caps that you spend for upgrade, ammo or health.
Some ship may lack gravity or have rotate gravity.
After some time a wormhole appear detroying evething and
you got to escape back homebase which is protected.

after several wave
In each zone you got find the green crate to unlock another zone.

You keep receive mail to make a somewhat little story.
there a endless??? survival mode without the home base.
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MintyEtude
( kayıtlarda 27.2 saat )
Yayınlanma: 23 Haziran
Great controls, great feel, ♥♥♥♥ you button. Seeded runs, leaderboards, dailies. What else can I say? It's good stuff.
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Glenifir
( kayıtlarda 13.4 saat )
Yayınlanma: 20 Haziran
Cargo commander will get stale eventually and quickly, but for the short day you decide to delve into the game you will likely enjoy it. The game isn't a masterpiece but the mechanics, story, visuals etc. are implemented effectivley.
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Mountaineer
( kayıtlarda 1.6 saat )
Yayınlanma: 15 Haziran
fun little game
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ChrisP
( kayıtlarda 1.5 saat )
Yayınlanma: 15 Haziran
Ürün ücretsiz alındı
Introduction
Developed by Serious Brew and published by Missing Link Games, Cargo Commander is a rather unique 3D platform game that borrows heavily from other succesful genres. The very fact that all the levels are randomly generated, can give you a first clue that this won’t be a repetitive experience. Also the destruction you can cause in this title is more prevalent than in regular side-scrollers.

Gameplay
Cargo Commander features an upgrade system for the weapons and tools in the game, giving us a sense of moving forward. Some hefty looting of the crates is required but I never felt bored once while playing and the destructible enviroment is a nice bonus to an already fun title. A text-based story is included and it does present us with rare moments of comic relief. Not many platformers attempt that and also succeed. This is entirely a single player experience but the level diversity and well scaled difficulty ladder offer a balanced gameplay. It wasn’t too short and it didn’t drag on either. My main gripe with the game however, was the inconsistence of the loading times which are a bit unexpected. I guess some glitches can’t be fixed by further updates.

It has beautiful 3D graphics with just a touch of cel-shading in the mix. It never looked bland or out of place. Few things to comment as far as the looks go. It carries plenty of diversity in both enemy selection and the titular cargo crates which form an integral part of the gameplay.

The game’s second flaw has to be sound department. You have a limited selection of sounds that play on a loop. It gets boring fast even with the entertaining gameplay, encouraging you to press on. We’re already used to the fact that platformers seldomly feature any noteworthy soundtrack, but this game deserved more in that regard.

Pros
+ Pleasant graphics
+ Excellent gameplay with incentives to try different aproaches
+ Steam Trading Cards & Achievements

Cons
- Inconsistent loading times
- Repetitive sounds

Result / Final thoughts
Cargo Commander is a very nice addition to any game collection since it has both Trading Cards and Achievements. Fans of the platformer genre will not be disappointed as the gameplay brings to table both classic and novel features. I most certainly enjoyed it and I do hope for a sequel even if this title was released in 2012 and the dev team haven’t released anything else in the meantime. Even by 2016’s standards, this game is a worthy choice and overall fun experience.

Rating 8/10

This review was submitted for Elite Giveaways, check us out for more reviews ranging from Indie games to AAA titles.
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karl.blume
( kayıtlarda 7.6 saat )
Yayınlanma: 7 Haziran
Don't expect to get more than seven or eight hours out of this game before it gets too repetitive.

It is, however, quite likely you'll enjoy those seven or eight hours a lot.
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Bloofus
( kayıtlarda 9.0 saat )
Yayınlanma: 24 Mayıs
Interesting mechanics, and a well-established feel. Sometimes the physics are a little janky, however.
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TEKnowledgy
( kayıtlarda 2.5 saat )
Yayınlanma: 18 Mayıs
It's a cold dark night in october
as I wander till the morning light
I don't mind it's getting colder
because my whole life is october night

down the drain we'll go
that is all we know, that we know
into the great unknown
that is all we know, that we know

It's a long walk if you can't find your way home
and I know because I ain't' got none
I'm warm though it's cold, but there's no one to hold
As I wander on my own

down the drain we'll go
that is all we know, that we know
into the great unknown
that is all we know, that we know

I met a gorgeous girl
she said: 'take me home'
and she broke my heart
back home

down the drain we'll go
that is all we know, that we know
into the great unknown
that is all we know, that we know

F*ck You F*ck You F*ck You F*ck You

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Cherry Tree
( kayıtlarda 1.3 saat )
Yayınlanma: 18 Mayıs
Great concept but seriously lacking in any real content, everything gets repetittive within about fifteen minutes.

The soundtrack although good, only consists of one song.

The gameplay has potential for organic and player relative variety but its just too limiting in what you can do for any truly unique experiences.

Nice idea, lacking game.
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nerogunray5543
( kayıtlarda 3.8 saat )
Yayınlanma: 29 Nisan
Cargo Commander is a good idea for a game and is excicuted very well. It has solid gameplay but can be a bit iffy at times,
all the guns appear balenced but I've not got far enough on a single life to upgrade them all. It can be very stunning to look at during certain bits.

Overall, its a good game to kill some time with. If you have some spare time and money, pick it up and mess about on it for a while.
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kayıtlarda 1.5 saat
Yayınlanma: 15 Haziran
Ürün ücretsiz alındı
Introduction
Developed by Serious Brew and published by Missing Link Games, Cargo Commander is a rather unique 3D platform game that borrows heavily from other succesful genres. The very fact that all the levels are randomly generated, can give you a first clue that this won’t be a repetitive experience. Also the destruction you can cause in this title is more prevalent than in regular side-scrollers.

Gameplay
Cargo Commander features an upgrade system for the weapons and tools in the game, giving us a sense of moving forward. Some hefty looting of the crates is required but I never felt bored once while playing and the destructible enviroment is a nice bonus to an already fun title. A text-based story is included and it does present us with rare moments of comic relief. Not many platformers attempt that and also succeed. This is entirely a single player experience but the level diversity and well scaled difficulty ladder offer a balanced gameplay. It wasn’t too short and it didn’t drag on either. My main gripe with the game however, was the inconsistence of the loading times which are a bit unexpected. I guess some glitches can’t be fixed by further updates.

It has beautiful 3D graphics with just a touch of cel-shading in the mix. It never looked bland or out of place. Few things to comment as far as the looks go. It carries plenty of diversity in both enemy selection and the titular cargo crates which form an integral part of the gameplay.

The game’s second flaw has to be sound department. You have a limited selection of sounds that play on a loop. It gets boring fast even with the entertaining gameplay, encouraging you to press on. We’re already used to the fact that platformers seldomly feature any noteworthy soundtrack, but this game deserved more in that regard.

Pros
+ Pleasant graphics
+ Excellent gameplay with incentives to try different aproaches
+ Steam Trading Cards & Achievements

Cons
- Inconsistent loading times
- Repetitive sounds

Result / Final thoughts
Cargo Commander is a very nice addition to any game collection since it has both Trading Cards and Achievements. Fans of the platformer genre will not be disappointed as the gameplay brings to table both classic and novel features. I most certainly enjoyed it and I do hope for a sequel even if this title was released in 2012 and the dev team haven’t released anything else in the meantime. Even by 2016’s standards, this game is a worthy choice and overall fun experience.

Rating 8/10

This review was submitted for Elite Giveaways, check us out for more reviews ranging from Indie games to AAA titles.
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kayıtlarda 19.8 saat
Yayınlanma: 23 Haziran
Because the song is awesome. Don't like worry you can play you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYNUR03JvzE
Nice game unique gameplay but can get repetive.
All the level random depend the code.
Few different weapons and a melee mega punch.


In space you floating fast, lacking oxygen drilling to get inside other ship.
(beware going outside too often bring some space drill)
The game it to get blue crate item in some square ships that you need drill to enter.
They got monsters and cristal that spawn monster and you can found some weapon and health.
Some monster may spawm atfer collect a blue crate.
Killing moster give you caps that you spend for upgrade, ammo or health.
Some ship may lack gravity or have rotate gravity.
After some time a wormhole appear detroying evething and
you got to escape back homebase which is protected.

after several wave
In each zone you got find the green crate to unlock another zone.

You keep receive mail to make a somewhat little story.
there a endless??? survival mode without the home base.
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81 kişiden 75 tanesi (93%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
2 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
kayıtlarda 17.6 saat
Yayınlanma: 24 Ağustos 2015
AT A GLANCE
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Cargo Commander
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Genre Tags: 2D; Rogue-Like; Random Generation; Action; Platformer; Sci-Fi
  • My Overall Grade: B
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 15-25 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Game atmosphere connoisseurs; Casual gamers

REVIEW
Cargo Commander is a simplistic, yet addictive, 2D-platformer with some interesting game mechanics. The game itself is relatively bare-boned, as it does not have many different enemies, weapons, or environments. What makes it an interesting game is the randomly-generated-world dynamic and the addictive, goal-oriented meta-game that involves collecting items (cargo). Cargo Commander is one of those games that is fun to pick up and play on those occasions you want to play something with simple mechanics and that doesn’t require too much attention.

Cargo Commander is considered by many to be a rogue-lite game because it has randomly-generated worlds and a (quasi)single-life mechanic. The randomly-generated worlds (sectors) are created uniquely based on the name given to them. You can type in any series of alphanumerical units to create a new sector. Once it is created, it remains the same forever. This includes for all other players. You also can visit old sectors which have already been created by other players. I thought this was a fun and interesting dynamic; but be aware that this functionality of the game only works in online mode (as well as leaderboards and achievements).

I think the way “death” is handled in the game is perfect. It is not the kind of game where one mistake and death means the past two hours of gameplay meant nothing. You still keep all the cargo you collected— and since the whole meta-game revolves around collecting cargo, that means that you get to keep your progress even after dying. That said, dying isn’t completely irrelevant or immaterial. In each randomly generated sector you must reach at least a certain point without dying so you can retrieve the “sector-pass,” and gain access to a new area. If you die, the sector restarts. It generally takes 5-10 minutes to reach the “sector-pass” in each.

The environments are bare and repetitive, so don’t expect to be awed by the graphics. But the soundtrack is rather catchy and fits the addictive nature of the game. The gameplay is also quite simple and unvaried; the first hour of gameplay will be basically the same as the tenth. But it is also this simplicity that makes the game enjoyable and addictive.

Put simply, Cargo Commander is styled to have simple mechanics and not require that much concentration, but with a long and “grindy” meta-game. That common underlying style is then refined into a 2D-platformer with rouge-lite elements. If that sounds like the kind of game you generally enjoy, then you will probably enjoy this thoroughly. For others who are on the fence regarding the genre, you will probably get a few hours of enjoyment from this, but may then get bored.

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47 kişiden 45 tanesi (96%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
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kayıtlarda 22.6 saat
Yayınlanma: 25 Haziran 2014
This game is a very nice little platformer. I have enjoyed my time with it and would definitly reccomend it, the only complaint I would have is that after a while of playing it can feel kind of grindy with not much else to focus your efforts on. Brought me into the platforming genre and I still love it
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kayıtlarda 12.5 saat
Yayınlanma: 8 Ocak 2015
Players begin their career as a Cargo Commander in a perfectly square space station that functions as their home for the game's duration. The space station contains all the necessary tools for a successful career, including a computer for checking email and changing levels (known as sectors in the game), an upgrade bench for buying new equipment and upgrading the commander's armor and weapons, magnet control for attaching additional cargo containers for exploration, and even a coffee machine when in need of that extra boost of caffeine.

As players begin each day in space, they are given a defined number of loot items to gain and eventually a key that rewards access to additional sectors. If players die in the process of collecting the loot, they begin a new day and try again to acquire the specified loot. As cargo containers are brought crashing into the space station through use of the magnet, their exteriors are covered, requiring players to drill into them before seeing what treasure or trap is waiting inside. Once players enter inside a container, the 2D platforming aspect of the game takes control and tasks players with collecting loot items and dodging the attacks of enemies while fleeing for safety.

Each container houses loot items that vary in rarity and value in addition to hostile alien creatures that complicate the process. After a short time, the cargo containers start to break apart as a result of violent wormholes which require players to grab the loot and rush back to the space station before their supply of oxygen is depleted. The entire process of drilling into cargo containers, frantically searching for loot, battling violent alien creatures, and finally rushing back to the space station is both a thrilling and extremely-gratifying experience.

Loot and other forms of currency in the containers can, in turn, be spent on upgrades for the commander character that range from reinforced armor to extended oxygen while in space. The catch is that the upgrades are reset upon each day or after your character meets their fate, which creates a roguelike atmosphere of gameplay. As players advance in levels, which is determined by the amount and rarity of loot earned, they are rewarded with upgrade points that are replenished each day. More advanced upgrades include improvements to the space station, one of which is that it can auto-repair itself after losing walls from crashing containers.

Beyond collecting loot, players can travel to other sectors that are simply just different leaderboards based on their given names. The only interaction that players have online is the competition of leaderboard scores and the discovery of other dead commanders within containers. It's unfortunate that the game did not include an actual multiplayer component as cooperative loot collecting would have been an absolute blast. After awhile, the leveling system and loot collection become repetitive as the gameplay, never evolving beyond the core mechanics. Day after day, players continue with the same menial task as aliens become stronger and loot more difficult to acquire. Without convincing a couple of friends to compete for the highest score of loot collection, the platforming entertainment of Cargo Commander becomes more mundane than engaging.

The presentation of Cargo Commander shines in nearly all of its aspects, from the pixel-shaded visual appearance, or the outstanding sound effects, to the lack of any sound while floating about in space. The most impressive graphical element is the destructible environments of both the commander's space station and cargo containers. Either using his drill or planted explosives, it's a thrill to tear apart any surface that is between the commander and his hunger for more space loot. In regards to the game's sound, details like the volume of the station's radio music becoming dimmer as the player floats further into space is a brilliant touch. The only downside with the presentation is that the game's environments of cargo containers never vary that greatly and after awhile can become just as mundane as the gameplay.

The elements of a 2D platformer, space, zero-gravity, destructive environments, and loot collection combine for an experience that is both entertaining and addictive for the beginning hours. As additional levels are gained and higher scores earned, the gameplay experience never quite evolves beyond its initial premise. Players that have a group of friends for online leaderboard competition will undoubtedly discover more value with the end game. 2D platformer and space enthusiasts are sure to find something they'll enjoy in Cargo Commander, while those seeking a more varied game will have to look elsewhere among the stars.

Recommended

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54 kişiden 45 tanesi (83%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
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kayıtlarda 43.5 saat
Yayınlanma: 25 Kasım 2013
I love this game, there is a subtle story and when I got to the end of the game I felt happy to have bought this game. also love the card system, always looked foward to finding a post card from another player or to leave one for others to find.
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130 kişiden 89 tanesi (68%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
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Yayınlanma: 15 Mart 2014
Cargo Commander is a sort of mini "roguelike-like" in space. The levels ("sectors") are randomly generated, and it's up to you to rush into theses containers to get as much loot as possible before your inevitable demise.

On the one hand, the game will immediatly grab you. It's fast, it's fun to get loot, and there is a fair bits of tactics to get the most out of each container, without taking too much risk.
The game also has lot of dark humor. You had to provide for your family so you decided to take what is probably the worst job of the Universe. Your company doesn't care at all about its workers and their safety, they only care about their profit, and will pay as low as they can, while charging as much as they can for basic equipment. To not worry your wife about all this, you lied to her and she now write you thinking you're just a basic warehouse worker giving a very surreal feeling to her messages.

On the other hand, "finishing" the game, ie getting all the different type of loot feel more like a chore than anything. Each sector has only 5 or 6 different types of loot, and you have almost no way of knowing what you will get (you get some "scanners" that help you, but they are limited). So you go through a level, hoping to get the loot you're looking for, and if you're lucky, you will get maybe one new type of loot. But they are more than 80 to get ! That's a lot of sectors to explore, and the game doesn't have enough variety to make that grind really fun.

It tooks me 11H to get 2/3 of the items, but it felt twice as long and i stopped. Then a year later it took me another 13h to get the final third of the loot. That was pure grind, very repetititve and not fun. It's only my usual urge to complete games that made me finish that one.

Given the price of the game, it might still be worth it. It's fun for a while, you don't feel cheated. However, it's sad that it doesn't have lasting appeal. There are definitely better games out there.
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53 kişiden 42 tanesi (79%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
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kayıtlarda 21.7 saat
Yayınlanma: 17 Şubat 2014
This is, quite possibly, the best game I have ever played. I love the gameplay, the feeling of being alone in space, AND THE MUSIC! Man, the music... It's just... Destructable enviroments, upgrades, the concept, weapons... It's 177% worth buying while it's on sale.
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61 kişiden 45 tanesi (74%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
3 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
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kayıtlarda 17.8 saat
Yayınlanma: 23 Ekim 2014
The basic concept is kinda fun, but you will quickly realize that the game plays exactly the same way during the first 10 minutes of the game as it does in the next 10 hours of the game. Basically no new concepts, enemies, weapons, abilities, etc. are added.

There's basically 5 or so different types of enemies that mostly vary based on size (this guy is the same as the last one except a big larger, with more health and more damage!). The cargo you collect has no meaning or purpose other than "collect them all because you can!"

The upgrade system can almost trick you into playing more, until you realize that the number of upgrades are tiny and they reset at the end of every day, so the only sense of progression comes from ranking up, which gives tiny, boring advantages (often something like "you start with this small upgrade without having to buy it!"

The general concept is "you activate a big magnet on your ship, then rectangular cargo containers crash into your ship and you run from container to container collecting items, ammo, killing enemies, etc." Except the enemies are limited, there's 4 weapons, and the building layouts quickly repeat themselves. It's vaguely amusing for the first hour or so, and then you quickly get tired of it. I got all of the achievements because I'm a terrible person with a terrible problem, but I wouldn't recommend getting it for any other reason.
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25 kişiden 23 tanesi (92%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
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kayıtlarda 4.4 saat
Yayınlanma: 5 Mayıs 2014
This review won't do Cargo Command justice. It looks like a simple 2d platformer/shooter with some low gravity physics fun... and it is, but it's also much more. Cargo Commander is impressive in it's ability to draw you in despite being a 2d 3rd person game. You will freak out when hordes of aliens start to overwhelm you, you'll panic as you coast through the void of space as your oxygen rockets toward empty, the black hole ripping apart everything around you as you scramble to find a way into a pressurized container. You'll feel the sense of isolation and frustration of being alone in space, away from your family. The game is drenched in a purposeful pervading sense of loneliness. It's a wonderful immersive game, and despite losses and defeat the game is designed where each trip adds up to some progress, making you stronger and more able to take on challenges next time.

A note about the story elements of the game (spoiler?- speculation mostly):
I have a theory about the enemies that litter the random cargo containers are actually mutated versions of your player character from alternate timelines. There's some major weirdness going on with the black holes and the fact that you can continue playing where you left off after death. Additionally the enemies drop Caps, the games currency which is also a literal baseball cap, identical to the one you wear.

Summary: Pick up Cargo Commander.
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