Experience a true classic! This Gold edition includes the original Jagged Alliance plus the add-on Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games. Take a trip into retro land and learn why this is considered to be one the best turn-based games of all times. Choose your mercenaries wisely and lead them into battle against the evil Santino.
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Date de parution : 2 juin 1994

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Jagged Alliance is a true legend of tactical turn-based Strategy! The Gold Edition includes Jagged Alliance and Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games.

The return of a real classic - for the first time on Steam! 20 years ago, Jagged Alliance made an impact and changed the strategy genre forever. Now you can experience this legend in its glorious original form.

A desperate call for help from the island Metavira: The scientist Jack Richards and his lovely daughter Brenda are reaching out to you. The Fallow trees and thus the precious, medical sap on which countless of lives depend, are under the control of the evil and traitorous Santino. That’s why Jack and Brenda hire you, the commander of a mercenary force, to put an end to Santino's insane plans.

You and your mercenaries have to reclaim the island sector by sector, turn by turn. Cultivate the Fallow Trees and process their juices, as they are the basis for your funding. Hire better mercenaries, train local militias and manage your equipment wisely. Get your troops out there and help the people of Metavira!

  • Experience a true classic
  • 60 mercenaries, 60 attitudes, 60 voices
  • Lots of authentic weapons and equipment
  • Intense turn-based combat
  • Non-linear gameplay
  • High replay value

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP /Vista/7
    • Processeur : 1 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 16 MB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : 3D graphics card compatible
    • DirectX : Version 7.0
    • Espace disque : 1200 MB d'espace disque disponible
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Graphiques : Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later
    • Espace disque : 1200 MB d'espace disque disponible
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Ubuntu 10.10 or later
    • Graphiques : 3D Graphics card with OpenGL support
    • Espace disque : 1200 MB d'espace disque disponible
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Posté le : 21 avril
Je suis un grand fan de cette série qui est apparue avant celle des X-COM : la série des Jagged Alliance.

Dans ce package , il y a 2 jeux : Jagged Alliance 1 et Jagged Alliance : Deadly Games

Ces 2 jeux sont des jeux de stratégie de guérilla en tour par tour ( mis à part Jagged Alliance 1 concernant les activités hors combat : le temps se déroule en jours).

Le contexte de Jagged Alliance 1 est le suivant:

Une ile, Metavira, autrefois paisible, est maintenant depuis plusieurs mois sous la menace de Santino, un des scientifiques travaillant sur la recherche et la fabrication d'un médicament.
En effet, auparavant, il travaillait avec Brenda dans le même centre de recherche.
Il eut par ailleurs l'idée de diviser l'île en 2 centres de recherches distincts mais depuis c'est l'enfer car aucune recherche n'a été faite en commun.

Santino se permet même de saper le travail de Brenda et de détruire son centre de recherche. Il a sa propre armée.

C'est là que vous arrivez. En effet, vous devez faire appel à l'association des mercenaires internationaux (AIM :Association of International Mercenaries) afin de résoudre le problème par la force car Santino est très bien implanté et donc c'est la meilleure solution ( malheureusement).

Le contexte de Jagged Alliance : Deadly Games est le suivant:

Vous bénéficiez d'une renommée telle que l'on vous confie un nouveau contrat afin d'éliminer un groupe terroriste appelé DFK.

Un vétéran mercenaire appelé Gus Tarballs vous fait un briefing avec son tempéramment militaire légendaire et son caractère strict et trempé.

Mickey O'Brian est visible avant certaines missions pour faire du commerce des armes de poings , armes blanches mais aussi munitions et équipements de protection ou equipements pour explosifs.

On vous attribue des fonds avant chaque mission : veuillez les économiser . Chaque mission a son butin récupéré sur le terrain de combat mais aussi une récompense ( en dollars) si elle est accomplie à temps ( nombre de tours limité).

Certains mercenaires ne s'entendent pas bien : vous devez faire aussi attention à celà ^^

Chaque mercenaire a ses facultés propres :

- Explosifs (exp. = explosives) qui est un expert/confirmé en fabriication ou utilisation d'explosifs ,

- Médecin ( med. = medic) qui soigne les blessés graves ou légers

- Tir ( mrk. = markmanship) qui confirme une capacité de tirer juste et précis,

- Dextérité (dex. =dexterity),

- Sagesse ( wis=wisdom) : capacité à s'améliorer vite dans un domaine

- Mecanique ( mec. = mechanics) pour réparer les équipements

- Points de vie ( hea. = health)

- Agilité ( agi. = agility)

- Niveau d'expérience ( lvl. = level of experience) : niveau d'expérience en zone de combat


Je recommande ce jeu à tout joueur de jeux de stratégie en tour par tour
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14 personne(s) sur 17 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
42.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 9 novembre 2015
The father of the king of turn-based squad-sized tactical games – the predecessor of Jagged Alliance 2. This release contains an original game, a campaign about capturing Metavira island from the forces of bad scientist in favor of good scientist… and standalone add-on Deadly Games, which is not holding a story, being just a list of separate missions. Although the challenge of those missions in the Deadly Games makes it a very good tactical game on its own.

What is more, Steam now releasing just the same version of the game as GOG – with DosBox, and everything polished and tuned up to the perfect condition. Funny thing is that the game I’m calling the king, the second Jagged Alliance, in gold edition, that Steam sells now… requires quite a bit of fixing, after you’ll install it, but the first game, aged 21 years now, running smoothly out-of-the-box.

Some basic info: in the Jagged Alliance you’re settled as the mercenaries commander and entrepreneur, who hires them from some agency via personal notebook, trains them, hones them… And sending them to death, to capture some sectors of the God-forgotten island somewhere in the Pacific ocean, where inhabits some unique medical panacea plant, which can’t be find anywhere else in the world. Game combines turn-based tactical warfare of little squads of mercs with strategical elements, where you planning your budget, since we’re all know that for every war you need money, money and even more money. Every merc you can hire have some personality, strong and weak points, and stats, which can be trained or dropped, considering your gaming experience. Mercs are calculating your actions, and follow you only when you’re good both with paychecks and strategy on the battlefield.

What I’m trying to say there is that even in the first Jagged Alliance we can see many of the elements still considering a highest insignia of top-notch tactical games where you’re operating the small unit of soldiers. I can call the Valkyria Chronicles as an example there, its fun was builded on the same base of interactions between team-mates.

Yet… With all good points we see in this game, like interesting and deep mechanic of controlling warfare, resource gathering and interpersonal relationships altogether - it is really hard to actually recommend buying this game now to anyone not familiar with it already. Even if you are good with the given genre, it might be a very hard experience, considering the fact it is real old-school, without tutorials or playgrounds. Well, in case you are really want to see how things were settling in the game’s GUI 20 years back, or if you’re up to some kind of pilgrimage to the roots of one of the best-game’s-mechanics-ever-made – OK, give it a shot.

My rating is 8/10 (for beautiful eyes of Brenda and extra 1000$ from Jack, obviously).
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5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 7 novembre 2015
One of my favourite childhood strategy game besides Command & Conquer. I will treasure this memory till i die.
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Posté le : 9 novembre 2015
This was always a classic and is still so playable. The original contains the basic sector by sector, day by day combat, and so long as you get a foothold you can spend some time healing injuries and repairing weaponry when you need to, while your guards protect you from counter attacks.

Deadly Games instead provides a set mission by mission campaign that means you will really struggle with injuries unless you're save-scumming or replaying until you get it perfect, but adds more mercs and improves on UI features. It also includes multiplayer and a neat scenario editor I spent hours on as a teenager.

With all the voice acting included, this is worth your time if you've never tried the originals or are into squad based tactics games in general.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 6 novembre 2015
Jagged Alliance has been one of my most beloved game series for some twenty years now. But I feel most sentiment towards the oldest one, the original JA. Yes, the graphics looks ancient today. Its mechanics lacks a lot of things that were addressed in Deadly Games and later in JA2 and a few things can be quite frustrating. Yet I like it more than JA:DG - because it has story, more tactical choices and gives you much more freedom in the way how you'd like to make your way through the game.
I guess it has very little potential to attract new generation of gamers and the only ones to purchase this game will be antediluvians such as myself, who have spent hundreds hours playing it twenty years ago, but it is a pity, because only a handful of games are so memorable... and can be played over and over again and lose little of their appeal decades after their first release.

JA:DG are much more straightforward, they add multiplayer (sort of), level and campaign editor, Mickey the weapons dealer with the most stereotypical Irish accent I've ever heard... Game mechanics are a wee bit more polished y'know, but the missions are in the order Gus Tarballs lays them for you, one per day and that's that... Don't get me wrong, it's not worse game than the original JA, in some ways it's better and I spent probably hundreds of hours playing it as well... Yer it lacks some charm of its predecessor, at least for me.

TL;DR:
If you're under thirty, don't buy it, you probably won't like it.

If you're old enough to remember its first release and enjoyed it then, get it on sale, for 2,49€ it's a bargain and the game is still as much fun as it once was - and you get both JA and Deadly games.
It runs in DOSBox, so it works even on Win10 and machines built in 21st century ;-)
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