The Isometric Fallout Games


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This page is about the Isometric Fallout Games

These games were developed by Interplay Entertainment, Black Isle Studios, Micro Forte and 14 Degrees East.

Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game



Fallout 2: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game



Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel




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Interplay Entertainment

Interplay Entertainment Corporation is an American video game developer and publisher, founded in 1983 as Interplay Productions by Brian Fargo, Troy Worrell, Jay Patel and Bill Heineman.

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Black Isle Studios

Black Isle Studios is a division of the computer and video game developer and publisher Interplay Entertainment. It was founded by Feargus Urquhart in 1996 and ceased operations in 2003.

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Micro Forte

Micro Forté now known as Micro Forté Studios, is an Australian electronic entertainment company with development studios in Canberra, Australia and Sydney, Australia.

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14 Degrees East

14 Degrees East, or 14° East, was a division of game developer Interplay, operating as Interplay's strategy games department.

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Easter Eggs

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The Vault Dweller may come across a blue British police box in a random Fo1 Tardis encounter; as they approach it, a light on top begins to spin and the box de-materializes. This is a reference to the TARDIS, a time-traveling ship from the UK TV series Doctor Who.

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Trapper Town is the home of way too many rats, and a man who will speak of a rodent of unusual size, a reference to the beasties from the swamp in The Princess Bride, combined with a timely warning about pig rats and mole rats below the town.

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During the Rock Falls mission, the raider bosses are called "Bo", "Daisy", "Jesse" and "Luke". Those are the names of the Duke family members in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard.


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AlChestBreach, normally called Al by his fans, is a YouTuber known for his mod reviews and DLC playthroughs of the game Fallout: New Vegas. More recently, he has expanded his repertoire, and has done "Let's Play" videos of Fallout New Vegas, Fallout Dust, Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto IV, Payday: The Heist, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Saints Row: The Third, Amnesia: The Dark Descent , Far Cry 3, The Walking Dead, The Sims 3, and was doing random DayZ adventures, which is currently cancelled.
Many A True Nerd (often abreviated "MATN") is a fast growing YouTube channel that predominently produces gaming videos. The channel features a wide variety of games and game genres, as well as the occasional IRL video. MATN is run by couple Jon and Claire. Most videos involve Jon alone and his various antics, while Clair is normally only present on IRL and multiplayer videos. He has done such playthroughs like Fallout New Vegas: No Kill Run, Fallout New Vegas: Kill Everything Run, Fallout 3: Kill Everything, Fallout New Vegas: You Only Live Once and Fallout 3: You Only Live Once.




A Boy and His Dog

Sound familiar? Aside from the various narrative ideas spinning out of the idea of a world in which women are scarce, the wasteland of A Boy and His Dog isn't all that different from Fallout. Both feature mutants, underground societies and dog companions, though Fallout's Dogmeat hasn't revealed himself to have telepathy (yet). The image of a boy and his dog has been used throughout the RPG series, invoking yet another wasteland-themed film. You might have seen this image before.

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Mad Max

Dog? Check. Barren wasteland? Check. Leather armor, complete with one distinct shoulder pad? That's no coincidence. Though the wasteland of the Mad Max films wasn't brought on specifically by nuclear war (lack of water and a global energy crisis also contributed), the idea is much the same. Max travels the desert wasteland with his dog and trusty sawed-off shotgun, searching for food, water and fuel. The inhabitants of his world are often malnourished, deformed and mutated in grotesque ways. Bands of raiders, often wearing makeshift armor and equipped with crude weapons, are commonplace.

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For all intents and purposes, Fallout is the spiritual successor to Wasteland, and as such, it shares much of the same DNA. Since Interplay was unable to make a real sequel to Wasteland (the IP was owned by EA), they instead started work on Fallout. Both are choice-driven RPGs set in a post-nuclear war world. In Wasteland, players take control of a squad of U.S. Army remnants calling themselves the "Desert Rangers" as they investigate disturbances throughout the irradiated Southwestern United States. Wasteland was a violent game for the time, with its combat-flavored text describing enemy deaths in details with lines like: "explodes like a blood sausage" or "reduced to a thin red paste."

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Game Developer Release Year Price Rating
Fallout 1 Interplay Entertainment 1997 $9.99 8.9/10
Fallout 2 Black Isle Studios 1998 $9.99 8.6/10
Fallout Tactics Micro Forté, 14° East 2001 $9.99 8.2/10