Uncover the past, discover the source of the Mesomorph terror, and fight to fend off the extinction of the human race. 2.8 GHz processor or equivalent 1 GB RAM (XP), 2 GB RAM (Vista or Windows 7) NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or better (7300, 7600 GS, and 8500 are below minimum system requirements) ATI X1600 Pro or better (X1300, X1300 Pro and HD2400 are below minimum system requirements) 256 MB Video Card and Shader Model 3 .0 required The latest version of DirectX 9.0c At least 10 GB of hard drive space for installation, plus additional space for saved games.
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Credits, though dropping at a somewhat higher rate than ammo and health, are in disappointingly low amounts, often leaving the player with barely enough money for anything. Hits from even standard Mesomorphs are dangerous and can tear off huge chunks of health if Isaac's RIG is upgraded.
Impossible Mode is unlocked after completing the game on any difficulty, including Easy! If you finished a New Game+ (Round 2) in a Level 6 Military Suit, then start a new Impossible mode game immediately after without powering off, you may (not 100% chance of success, many reports consistent failure) see Isaac wearing the military suit in the opening cutscene.
It is recommended keeping a save file just before fighting the Hive Mind for this reason. Defeat the Hive Mind, skip the credits, do not save, and immediately start a new Impossible game.
The safety buffer of being able to play around with weapons and see which one you like best does not exist in this mode; misspent power nodes or an insufficient supply of ammo/health packs may hinder progress. A possible option is to use cheats to give yourself some money and Nodes at the beginning of the game.
If you die, for example, due to the Slasher that pounced on you that was just around the corner and cut you to the floor, think of other ways of approaching the problem rather than running in and bludgeoning it with the butt of your gun. Keep a hit scan weapon like the Plasma Cutter, Contact Beam, or Pulse Rifle due to their accuracy.
You may wish to consider using a smaller number of weapons in order to maximize the ammo drops for your guns. Practice in lesser difficulty modes to hone effective tactics, like stating multiple enemies at once.
The table to the right is sorted in descending order by sell price: Health packs. Health is not an issue if the player is cautious and avoids taking damage from enemies.
This way, if you end up stuck in one chapter without enough ammunition or health to get past, you have old saves to fall back on, so that you don't lose too much progress. If you have decent aim, improvise, and use Stasis effectively with melee attacks in order to save ammunition for when it is needed.
Use stasis to run around enemies safely, and briefly defend yourself when you're forced to stop (at a slow door, for example). In order to maximize ammo efficiency, fire in controlled bursts to the limbs, and avoid the ammo consuming secondary fire unless absolutely necessary when using automatic weapons such as the Pulse Rifle or Flamethrower.
With precision weapons like the Plasma Cutter, always aim for the limbs of enemies (particularly the legs to topple them and really slow them down) to save ammunition and cause more damage to the target. Regular Mesomorphs go down very quickly with this method and the only ammo expended during the process is to shoot off their legs.
While the prospect of buying Power Nodes to open storage rooms for extra supplies or upgrading your gear to deal more damage sounds good, most of the time the reward doesn't worth the 10000 Credits spent to buy the Node itself and may cause disastrous shortages of money when you needed it most. Prioritize damage upgrades so that less ammo is needed to take an enemy down.
Plasma Energy is relatively cheap to buy from the store compared to other kinds of ammo. Due to its secondary fire, the Plasma Cutter is highly accurate, thereby minimizing ammo waste.
Owning only one gun greatly improves the rate of Plasma Energy drops from enemies and containers and allows the player to focus upgrades on one firearm. The first few chapters of Impossible Mode are actually the hardest in any given run since it takes many shots from you run-upgraded firearm and ammo is scarce.
Due to the lack of splash damage from the Plasma Cutter, Warmers are easily one of the biggest threats in the game. It's best to use Stasis to run past the swarm or explosive canisters to take out the entire wave.
Since you will not need them, sell them at the Store for credits to buy Power Nodes and ammo. There is no bonus cinematic or extra for completing the game on Impossible mode, bar the Achievement.
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Sequence, an abstract strategy board -and- card game, was invented by Douglas Router in Madonna, Minnesota, over a two-year period in the 1970s. Reuters pent years developing the concept, and, in June 1981, granted Tax Ltd. an exclusive license to manufacture, distribute and sell the board game, Sequence, and its subsequent variations.
With two teams, players alternate their physical positions with opponents around the playing surface. The game board is placed on a flat surface (such as the floor or a table) with enough room to allow for the draw deck, a discard pile and marker chips.
To decide who goes first, one player shuffles the card decks into two stacks. The player chooses a card from their hand, and places a chip on one of the corresponding spaces of the game board (Example: they choose Ace of Diamonds from their hand and place a chip on the Ace of Diamonds on the board).
Two-Eyed Jacks can represent any card and may be used to place a chip on any space on the board. The played card then goes face-up into a “Discard” pile, the player then draws a replacement card from the draw deck, and play passes to the left.
Each corner of the board has a “Free” space that all players can use to their advantage. To form rows, chips may be placed vertically, horizontally or diagonally.
Each complete row of five (or four and a free corner space) is counted as a sequence. Sequence rules dictate no table talk or coaching between team members and a precise order in which hands must be played (card, chip, replace card).
If a player forgets to replace a card on their turn and if any of the other players points it out then, they cannot make it up in a later one and must continue playing the game with a reduced number of cards. The game ends when a player or team completes 2 sequences.
Different from standard game play, a player may remove chips from completed sequences to prevent opponents from scoring. For added difficulty, do not reshuffle the deck should you run out of cards.
Game play ends when the board is filled and no additional moves are possible. A fun variation for turning sequence into a drinking game for adults is for each player to pick one (or two) number or face cards.
However, a player only has to achieve one sequence in order to win instead of the two sometimes needed in the original. The board displays four interlocking arrangements of the numerals 1-9 and pictures of dice.
The four corner spaces on the board depict dice arranged in a “snake eyes” pattern; that is, displaying one and one. The four spaces in the center of the board depict dice showing double-sixes.
During a series of legal disputes, Douglas Router claimed Tax violated its licensing agreement which would provide grounds for contract termination. Unauthorized variations of Sequence have appeared many times over the years.
In “One-Eyed Jack,” the board is constructed using actual playing cards. In March 2015, Tax Ltd. filed a legal claim against independent video game developer Iridium Studios over the name of their rhythm video game titled Sequence.