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Flames of Freedom
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Developer(s) Maelstrom Games[1]
Publisher(s) MicroProse
Designer(s) Mike Singleton
Platform(s) MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST
Release date(s) 1991
Genre(s) First-person shooter, action role-playing game, simulation game
Mode(s) Single player

Flames of Freedom is a first-person shooter action role-playing game with simulation elements published by MicroProse in 1991. This game was the sequel to Midwinter, and is sometimes referred to as Midwinter II: Flames of Freedom. In addition to a DOS version, Amiga and Atari ST versions were also available.


Players take on the role of a covert operative working to liberate a small chain of islands from its oppressive rulers. The missions are generally open-ended, allowing the player to approach them in whatever fashion is desired. Each island has different objectives, and the order in which these are tackled is up to the player.

The game attempts to create a detailed world by providing a number of different characters and different vehicles that the player can interact with. Vehicles include land, air, and sea vessels, although all of them control in more or less the same basic manner. The graphics are relatively rudimentary 3D, although typical for the time period.

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