Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold

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Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold is a first-person shooter computer game created by JAM Productions and published by Apogee Software. It uses the Wolfenstein 3D game engine to render graphics in first person, while adding many features. The shareware version of the game was released December 3, 1993, while the registered version of Blake Stone shipped with a comic book, called a "Blake Stone Adventure". To date, it is the only title in the company's product line to do so. In 1994, a sequel called Blake Stone: Planet Strike was released, which continues where Aliens of Gold leaves off.

The story is set in the year 2140. Robert Wills Stone III—a.k.a. Blake Stone—is an agent of the British Intelligence, recruited after a highly successful career in the British Royal Navy. His first major case is to investigate and eliminate the threat of Dr. Pyrus Goldfire, a brilliant scientist in the field of genetics and biology, known for his outright disrespect of professional ethics. Backed by his own organization, STAR, Dr. Goldfire plans to conquer Earth and enslave humanity using an army of specially trained human conscripts, modified alien species, and a host of genetically-engineered mutants. Agent Stone is sent on a mission to knock out six crucial STAR installations and destroy Goldfire's army before it can assault the Earth.

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