Flames of Freedom

DOS game, 1991

Maelstrom Games
Rainbird Software
Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter, Spy / Espionage
DOS (1991), Amiga (1991), Atari ST (1991)
Also known as:
Midwinter II: Flames of Freedom, Wildfire

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Flames of Freedom (also known as Midwinter II: Flames of Freedom) is a first-person shooter role-playing video game with simulation elements developed by Maelstrom Games and published by MicroProse for MS-DOS, Amiga, and Atari ST in 1991. It is a sequel to the 1989 game Midwinter and its working title was Wildfire. Years after the events of Midwinter (1989), the Earth's climate stabilized, the island of Midwinter sank into the depths of the ocean, and in its place arose a set of smaller islands, called the Slave Isles, which are controlled by the slave-owning Saharan Empire. The Atlantic Federation of Peace and its agents travel to the chain of islands to free the local population from the slavers and prevent their expansion into their territories. This time, the player is transferred to the role of a secret agent of the Atlantic Federation, who on the islands wins allies from among the rebels, carries out assassinations and sabotages slave installations. Once again, he has a range of technologies and weapons at his disposal, controlling and piloting vehicles or light aircraft, including equipment stolen by the enemy. A series of missions and tasks are carried out across the vast world of all islands, and the strategic map makes it easier to navigate them.

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