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Babylon 5: I've Found Her

Babylon 5: I've Found Her

"Babylon 5: I've Found Her" (IFH) is a freeware space combat simulator game project developed by Space Dream Factory (SDF) and set in the universe of Babylon 5. Babylon 5 is an epic science fiction television series created, produced, and largely written by J. Michael Straczynski.

Nirann's sleeplessness is just the beginning of this story. However, the actual beginning lies in the much more distant past.

It lies in the legendary times of Shadow Uprising, about one thousand years ago. The young races, united by the great Minbari leader Valen and with the help of Vorlons, who appeared before them like the ancient gods of light and justice, defeated the Shadows, the dark enemy. After that, for the thousand of years, the Minbari lived in peace and prosperity as never before. But Valen himself has been restless and often traveled from star to star, as if looking for something.

 B5:IFH

License
Freeware

Developer
Space Dream Factory

Website
ifhgame.ru/main

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Support:
Forums

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Features include:

  • High quality graphics
  • 3D sound
  • Addictive gameplay
  • Mission packs:
    • The Good Guys
    • Believers
    • Epiphanies
    • Horatio

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