- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: Intel Core2 Duo or better
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 9 (or later) compatible graphics card
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 1 GB available space
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Player will be offered to choose between two game modes.
Campaign Mode - where the player will have to complete series of stages, populated with many monsters in one go.
Survival Mode - where the player will resist waves of various enemies in pursuit of the highest score.
Each of these modes will be played with the sound of dubstep which captures the retro sci-fi movie atmosphere.
Weapons and upgrades
During his quest for survival the player will pick up various weapons and upgrades which will help him survive the trials awaiting.
Some of the weapons featured in "Space Beret" are:
Assault Rifle - starting weapon with medium rate of fire and weak damage
Shotgun - weapon with slow rate of fire, strong damage and gradual bullet spread
Minigun - weapon with very fast rate of fire and weak damage
Gauss Rifle - weapon with good rate of fire and good damage, but shoots only in a narrow straight line
Each weapon can be upgraded by picking it up again, thus improving its attributes.
Alongside weapons, player will be able to pick up various power ups like attacking and defensive drones, shields and many other.
During the game, player will face hordes of various enemies with different strengths and weaknesses.
Some of the enemies player will encounter are:
Scarabei - Most common enemy. Small and weak, but very fast.
Crawler - Medium sized charging enemy, especially susceptible to Gauss Rifle.
Centurion - Twisted synergy of organic and mechanical. Very endurable enemy which shoots projectiles from his powerful railgun.