An alarm is calling for your team’s attention! Put on your boots blackened by soot, assemble your team for the mission and head to the site of emergency. In this realistic mixture of simulation, management and RTS game you take part in exciting firefighting and rescue missions as the head of fire department, assemble your force and...
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An alarm is calling for your team’s attention!

Put on your boots blackened by soot, assemble your team for the mission and head to the site of emergency.

In this realistic mixture of simulation, management and RTS game you take part in exciting firefighting and rescue missions as the head of fire department, assemble your force and gradually develop your station.During complex missions where decisions over life and death are often made, you will get to know what it means to be a true hero of everyday life.

Recruit personnel with different backgrounds for your US rescue crew, e.g. firefighters and paramedics. You can also purchase new vehicles such as variety of fire engines and ambulances and furnish your fire station by buying various props, e.g. office desks, training materials, gym machines etc. Your team must work together to extinguish fires and neutralize fire sources in real-time by using extinguishers, fire hoses and even foam cannons. Use the cutting device to rescue and recover trapped people from crashed vehicles, assess their condition and render treatment. Each completed mission earns you money that you may invest in the development of your fire station, hiring new personnel for your rescue crew and purchasing additional rescue vehicles. Distribute different station duties such as vehicle maintenance, cooking and cleaning to your crew. Keep up their morale by providing them with free time options. Gain experience and gradually face greater emergencies!

Key Features:

  • A great variety of rescue vehicles inspired by real US fire engines and ambulances.
  • During varied day and night missions you will encounter different types of emergencies, e.g. train derailments, burning houses, traffic accidents, air crashes, industrial fires etc.
  • Iconic map designs based around Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Miami fire departments with an exceptional level of realism.
  • Rescue trapped people from damaged cars and render first aid as a paramedic at the supervision of an emergency physician.
  • Manage the versatile tasks of paramedics and come to know your personal team of everyday heroes.
  • Keep up your team’s morale by providing them with free time options, when they are off-duty.
  • Purchase new firefighting vehicles and ambulances and recruit new personnel for your rescue team.
  • Customize your vehicles with different striping schemes.
  • Includes innovative and realistic hose setup system for missions, operations inside buildings and radio communication.

Requisitos del sistema

    • OS: Windows XP (SP3)/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Pentium IV CPU 2.0 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 256 MB memory (GeForce 8000 equivalent or better)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible sound and video
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.0 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de mayo
Idea muy buena, al principio incluso adictivo, pero el juego esta sin terminar. Tiene muchos fallos, en cualquier momento se queda algún vehículo o personaje bloqueado y ya no puedes recuperarlo. Teniendo en cuenta que son pocos los vehículos que puedes manejar a la vez, terminan cansando los errores y te hace perder interés.

Dejando de lado los errores, el juego esta muy bien, diversos tipos de accidente, variedad de herramientas, los pasos a seguir están bien estructurados. La variedad de vehículos no es mala, pero podrían poner mas, no hay vehículos con escaleras ni escenarios que lo requieran, por ejemplo.

Lo menos creíble del juego son los vehículos, camiones grandes en los que solo montan un par de bomberos, con solo una o como mucho dos mangueras, no se pueden poner mas ni se puede mejorar los vehículos. Algo que sin duda no es real y faltaría mejorar mucho.

Igualmente no puedes interconectar los vehículos, tener el camión bomba con las mangueras y el cisterna trayendo agua, no, cada cual tiene que regresar a la base a cargar, tampoco puedes cargar de las bocas de incendio o interconectar mas mangueras para llegar mas lejos, si resulta que por un poco no llegas al final del incendio, recoge las mangueras, porque no podrás moverlas, mueve el camión y vuelve a extender las mangueras y mientras el incendio se abra extendido y quizás ahora te falte agua y tendrás que mandar otro camión o volver a la base a cargar mientras se extiende...

En resumen, es un juego para pasar el rato una única tarde, al final se vuelve repetitivo y termina cansando. Como comienzo esta bien, pero como juego final le falta mucho.

Siendo tan importante el tiempo para salvar a los accidentados, se agradecería algún modo donde se pueda pausar, dar las ordenes a los diferentes miembros del equipo y que se movieran a la vez. Resulta un poco estresante dadas las cosas que tienes que ir haciendo en cada accidente, y si te juntas con varios accidentes a la vez te puede dar algo si quieres salvar al mayor número posible de accidentados.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.2 h registradas
Publicado: 30 de junio
Counter-intuitive gameplay and barely explained UI. 4/10
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A 2 de 12 personas (17%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.2 h registradas
Publicado: 22 de marzo de 2014
el peor juego que e visto,para resumir rapidamente,es una ♥♥♥♥♥♥.
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A 131 de 152 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.0 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de diciembre de 2013
Here's a link to the first part of my impressions series on this game

There's a surprising amount of fun to be had here, but the game is severely lacking in challenge if you're a core gamer. Still worth checking out though and the price is pretty right in my opinion.
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A 45 de 50 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.9 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de junio de 2014
In Rescue – Everyday Heroes you play the boss of a fire station in charge of responding to emergencies of all types in the local area. While described as a simulation, casual would be a much better characterisation.

The game takes part in two parts, the first a Sims-like fire station where you hire and fire firefighters and paramedics, assign them different jobs around the station like dispatch or maintenance or improve their skills at the lecture room or gym. Your also have to monitor their individual moods, assign them a job they like, it goes up, if something goes wrong in their lives, favourite football team loses, it goes down and they are useless. You can also cover the fire station in all sorts of furniture, some useful, some purely cosmetic.

The second part of the game is the actual fire fighting and treating injured citizens and transporting them to hospital. Here you take a combination of vehicles to a locations in the city, bins on fire, plane crashes, truck crashes and the like and put out the fire and treat and transport any survivors. Water is obviously the most important resource here, you either need to find a fire hydrant and hook up a supply hose and then the standard hoses to that or bring your own water in the form of a tanker. As you make your way through the campaign newer vehicles will unlock, many carry their own water and even have a remote fire hose on the roof. Eventually you'll just bring these firetrucks, someone's barbecue is on fire? Smash down the fence with your trucks and blast that BBQ across the backyard into the neighbour's kitchen. Fire out, job done.

Paramedics also play an important role in the game. Accidents often leave injured strew across the scene and the first job is to assign a paramedic to triage each and treat them in order of most injured to least and transport them to the hospital. Once a patient gets to the purple state you lose money from your mission score so be sure to look after the most injured first. Do they die if you leave them too long? I don't know, it never seemed to happen. I once thought I had finished a mission but it said there was one more patient, turned out I'd parked an Ambulance on top of him. He was fine, probably sued the crap out of the city though. If things get too hectic you can also hire extra ambulances, doctors and firetrucks at a cost, but you'll never run out of cash.

There are a few issues though. Pathing is poor and clicking, selecting and giving orders is inexact at best. Often trying to assign the second paramedic to a stretcher is an exercise in frustration as they either can't work out how to get there or the stretcher has clipped into something else. Also why on earth can't firefighters carry stretchers? I understand they are not trained in advanced medicine, but any clown can carry the other end. It would give them something to do after the fire is out. There are also no female fire fighters or paramedics. Some mission take place indoors and here the performance can take quite a hit, chugging along for no real reason.

The campaign is not particularly long, 5-6 hours at most, though there is a free-play mode where you only have to fight fires, no base management. I played though the campaign in one sitting but I can't recommend paying full price. On special or from a bundle and it's good fun for a few hours.

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