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Adventure into a parallel universe

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OS: Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 , 412 Mb

On April 12, 1998, in the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago, Professor William Kauffman mathematically proves the existence of an infinite number of parallel universes, based on the theory of "Superstrings." This theory was developed in 1984 in an attempt to unify quantum mechanics and Einstein's general relativity. A superstring is an elementary particle at the base of matter and energy. This theory predicts the existence of six dimensions in addition to our space-time. On September 2, 1999, during an MIT Seminar in Boston, Professor Anthony Xue, director of quantum physics research for MIT, meets William Kauffman and shows much interest in his work. He actually believes it is possible to send particles into the closest parallel universe to our own. On April 5, 2001, at the Pentagon in Washington DC, Xue and Kauffman are offered the chance to work together by the U.S. Government. They jump at the chance, and begin the SideStep Project. Its mission is to send a probe into the nearest parallel universe. On June 5, 2007, at the North Pole's secret base P7, the experiment on which the best theoretical minds have been working for so many years is finally about to begin. The probe, "Christobal," is installed on the emission pod. Kauffman, having been given the honor, starts the launch procedure. In a violent burst of energy, the probe instantly disappears. Moments later, it begins to transmit back video from a parallel world. For 17 minutes, data flows back to the scientists, who are scrambling to make sense of it all. In June of 2003, at a prototype facility, bursts of white flashes of light catapult the four members of the commando unit into the parallel universe. One thing is for sure. If they fail to accomplish their mission, there won't be an Earth for their return.
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OS: Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 , 412 Mb
Requirement: Super VGA Graphics card DirectX 7.0 (included) 64 MB RAM

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