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Developer(s) Epic Games
Digital Extremes
Publisher GT Interactive
Release Date May 1998
Supported Platform(s) Windows
Linux
Mac OS
Official Web Site http://www.unreal.com/
Demo None
Latest Patch Version 226 – 24rd June 2004
Windows
Unreal Engine Version [[Unreal Engine Versions/1 Unreal Engine 1 Builds 100-226]]
UnrealEd Version [[UnrealEd Versions UnrealEd 1]]

Description[edit]

Unreal is a first-person shooter computer game developed by Epic Games and published by GT Interactive on May 22, 1998. It was powered by an original gameplay and computer engine that now bears the game's name, one that had been in development for over three years before the game was released. Since the release of Unreal, the franchise has had one direct sequel and two different series based on the Unreal universe.

Unreal Mission Pack I: Return To Na Pali was released on May 31, 1999, and added new missions to the single player campaign of Unreal. Unreal and Unreal Mission Pack I: Return To Na Pali would later be repackaged as Unreal Gold. On August 30, 2001, Unreal was repackaged again as Totally Unreal featuring the contents of Unreal Gold and Unreal Tournament.

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System Requirements[edit]

Operating System 
WIN 95/98/NT/Linux
CPU 
Intel Pentium 166 MHz
Memory 
16 MB RAM
Hard Disk Space 
100 MB
CD ROM or CD/DVD ROM 
4x
Audio System 
Windows® compatible sound card
Video System 
Video Card 1MB
Multiplayer 
Internet (TCP/IP) and LAN (TCP/IP) play supported. Internet play requires a 33.6 Kbps or faster modem

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