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“Rescue Team One to Base. Missing person found safe and well. Mission accomplished. Returning to base. Over.” Strap on your boots and hook up your compass - as a new recruit to Rescue Team One, you’ll need to use your expert tracking skills to locate a variety of important objects and missing people who have stumbled into the harsh and...
Release Date: Jan 9, 2014
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Update V1.02

March 26th, 2014

Thanks again for all the feedback. We've made more changes to make the game less challenging, worked on the audio and improved the game's performance. We've also added some new missions and extra objects for you to use when making your own missions.

- Improved the visibility of the objects when playing Easy mode
- Improved game rendering "stutter" for (Simple setting) by adjusting the quality of the river
- Fixed background/ambient audio volume failing to play
- Reviewed mission text and added more clues
- added 2 extra missions (you'll find them at the end of the list of missions)
- added 4 extra objects for you to use when creating missions (Crashed Helicopter, Remote control plane, Remote control helicopter, Bungee rope gear)

The team is now working on more objects and missions - so keep those ideas coming and thanks again for your support!

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About the Game

“Rescue Team One to Base. Missing person found safe and well. Mission accomplished. Returning to base. Over.”

Strap on your boots and hook up your compass - as a new recruit to Rescue Team One, you’ll need to use your expert tracking skills to locate a variety of important objects and missing people who have stumbled into the harsh and perilous dangers of your national park.

Navigate woodland trails, deep ravines and fast-flowing rivers on the trail of a journalist looking for the thrill of adventure, or locate some missing pharmaceuticals to save a hiker’s life. Your skills are paramount for the safety of your visitors.

However, it won’t all be a walk in the park; the lush forest can quickly turn into a dangerous trek as you come across some of nature’s most dangerous obstacles, including tar pits, deep chasms and angry beasts.


  • Navigate a large national park landscape full of trees, natural dangers and man-made structures such as forts, statues and memorials
  • Clues to help track important objects and missing people
  • Use the S.A.R. bike to travel across the vast map
  • Follow missions set for you by Rescue Base
  • Make up your own missions with the mission editor and collection of assets
  • Track during the day or night
  • Evacuate injured people by calling in the S.A.R. helicopter
  • Now with improved audio and graphic settings.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® XP (SP3) / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz Pentium dual core or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512 MB memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
195 products in account
36 reviews
0.1 hrs on record
Right, my computer can't even run this nonsense. My dreams of being a "Recovery Search & Rescue" person have been flushed down the toilet thanks to this monstrousity.

All those years spent toiling over my dream job of becoming a "Recovery Search & Rescue" person were in vain as I found myself unable to access this top-of-the-range, realistic and lifelike simulation.

Probably the best part about this game is undeniably the price: I paid only $97.99 for an Uzbekistanian copy of the game, and really, who can put a price on saving the life of another human being? Even if they are only imaginary.

My wife left me, she took the kids, the house and my computer - quite frankly I don't even know how I'm writing this review down currently. But, alas, it was not to be.

I'll be damned if I don't get this game working with the roll of toilet paper and the stick I am currently holding.

I would rather die than see another virtual life perish.

Would absolutely recommend, as a professional of the trade, great for beginner "Recovery Search & Rescue" persons about the place, looking to getting started: you'll be a pro like me in no time (the secret is you press W to move forward).

Posted: June 6th, 2014
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
119 products in account
3 reviews
0.4 hrs on record
Possibly the worst game i have ever played -1/10
Posted: June 22nd, 2014
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
25 products in account
1 review
0.5 hrs on record
No. I followed the instructions the invisible man kept giving me and I got my d**k caught in a ceiling fan...it's awkward because I am a girl and don't have a d**k and it leaves me confused wondering how it happened just like I wonder how this game happened...O.O
Posted: August 17th, 2014
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
41 products in account
4 reviews
0.2 hrs on record
♥♥♥♥ game not worth buying even if its on sale it doesnt even tell you what you have to do
Posted: March 30th, 2014
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244 products in account
25 reviews
0.1 hrs on record
my computer is able to run any game on ultra with no lag or graphical errors. This game lags on every setting whenever I turn it jerks the camera and I hate it and it makes it unplayable for me. It looks a fun game but is ruined by poor performance even on really powerful machines.
Posted: June 18th, 2014
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274 of 291 people (94%) found this review helpful
250 products in account
5 reviews
4.0 hrs on record
This game is outright horrible. Apart from the epic title music, there's no other music in the game. The sound effects are minimal. The interface is unhelpful and the mission progress is baffling. The game is nearly unplayable.

The most frustrating element is that the tasks are incredibly vague and difficult to locate. This game is mostly about finding small things like watches or footprints, but the graphics are so poor that these are nearly impossible to locate and the game does not make it any easier to identify. To make things worse, the game doesn't even tell you what to look for. Mission 5 involves searching for a red hat, but when you get to the area you waste time looking for a hat, but you're actually meant to find footprints that lead to the next clue area.

The stamina system is unworkable. You get tired from running or riding the bike - which is fair - but there are only two ways to regain stamina: either wait, or buy energy bars. Waiting is unfeasible because you only have a few minutes to complete each mission. Energy bars cost points, which are earned by completing missions. However, EVERYTHING you buy and use is persistent. If you use an energy bar and then abort the mission, the game saves that, which means you lose both your points and your item even though you left the mission. You could literally make the campaign unbeatable and you have to start another one from scratch.

The game is also buggy. On mission failures (very common when you're not told what to look for), the game may not take you back to the menu and you cannot quit the game, forcing you to force-quit the game.

Presentation is mystifyingly poor. There is NO ambient noise. No birds, no animals, no wind, no water. The visuals are downright lazy. There are perhaps five tree models and the same tree has clearly copy/pasted into an area to save time. The items are often plain models without any skins rendered. Then there are invisible walls everywhere. Don't touch water by the way: water is death!

The worst thing is that the title is an outright lie. Except perhaps "Recovery", since you spend most of your time finding lost hats and mp3 players. This is certainly no simulation. You go to this vague waypoint, look for something undefined, click on it, and done. There's no rescue or first-aid or any interactivity AT ALL.

The game basically allows you to cheat in order to get through the levels. You can call in a helicopter to take you ANYWHERE on the map at the cost of points, which is desirable and less expensive than having to ride there and consume energy bars. And if that doesn't excite you, by aborting the mission, you unlock the next mission anyway.

There are 40 something missions and they are literally all the same.

I'm a sucker for these cheesy little buys, but this isn't even worth the low cost. You are buying a headache. Playing this will necessitate a search & rescue for your sanity.

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Posted: January 9th, 2014
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