Mechanized Assault & Exploration

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M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration
Developer(s) Interplay Productions
Publisher(s) Interplay Productions
Platform(s) DOS, Windows
Release 1996
Genre(s) Real-time strategy
Turn-based strategy
Mode(s) Single-player, Multi-player

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration is a 1996 hybrid real-time/turn-based strategy video game for PC(MS-DOS, Windows) developed and published by Interplay Productions.

A sequel, Mechanized Assault & Exploration 2, was released in 1998. M.A.X. was re-released into digital distribution after years of non-availability on in September 2008.


M.A.X. was nominated as Computer Games Strategy Plus's 1996 real-time strategy game of the year, although it lost to Command & Conquer: Red Alert.[1] M.A.X. was also a runner-up for Computer Game Entertainment's 1996 "Best Strategy Game" prize, which ultimately went to Civilization II. The editors called M.A.X. "a fantastic science fiction exploration and conquest game that demonstrated anew how completely satisfying a turn-based strategy game could be in a decided shift towards real-time strategy gaming."[2]


  1. ^ Staff (March 25, 1997). "Computer Games Strategy Plus announces 1996 Awards". Computer Games Strategy Plus. Archived from the original on June 14, 1997. Retrieved November 2, 2010. 
  2. ^ Staff (July 1997). "The Computer Game Entertainment Awards 1996". Computer Game Entertainment (1): 54–58. 

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