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* DeathIsCheap: Anytime you get killed, you continue from the last "Restore Point", which is a fancy way of saying your last save.

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* DeathIsCheap: DeathIsCheap:
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Anytime you get killed, you continue from the last "Restore Point", which is a fancy way of saying your last save.



* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: The Oracle remotely assists you as you progress through the game, although in this case, its a 'system' connection rather than internet.

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* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: The Oracle remotely assists you as you progress through the game, although in this case, its a 'system' connection rather than internet.internet.
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* RegeneratingHealth: When you take damage, there's a red section on the health bar representing the delay before you start the regeneration. Minor scratches are therefore recovered quickly, while severe damage takes some time.


'''Retrovirus''' is a First Person six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game VideoGame/SolSurvivor.

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'''Retrovirus''' ''Retrovirus'' is a First Person six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game VideoGame/SolSurvivor.


Available on {{Steam}} [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/227800/]]

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Available on {{Steam}} UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/227800/]]com/app/227800/ here]]


* AttackItsWeakPoint: While most enemies are straight-forward, one has a hardened shell in the front, so you must attack it from behind [[ForMassiveDamage]].

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: While most enemies are straight-forward, one has a hardened shell in the front, so you must attack it from behind [[ForMassiveDamage]].behind.


Retrovirus is a First Person six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game {{Sol Survivor}}.

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Retrovirus [[quoteright:189:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/retrovirus_game_414.jpg]]
'''Retrovirus'''
is a First Person six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game {{Sol Survivor}}.
VideoGame/SolSurvivor.



* AttackItsWeakPoint: While most enemies are straight-forward, one has a hardened shell in the front, so you must attack it from behind for [[Massive Damage]]

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: While most enemies are straight-forward, one has a hardened shell in the front, so you must attack it from behind for [[Massive Damage]]behind [[ForMassiveDamage]].


Retrovirus is a FirstPerson six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game {{Sol Survivor}}.

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Retrovirus is a FirstPerson First Person six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game {{Sol Survivor}}.



* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Drones and citizens of the computer are colored yellow, while the infected variants, along with the virus itself, are purple. This also extends to the scan function, which highlights enemies with a red-colored reticle. Additionally, Doors which are ForceFields are colored either Red (no entry) or Green (pass through), which extends to door locks. Keys ("Permissions") are glowing keys colored a light blue, with Ammo and Health being Light Blue and Green respectively. The weapons the player uses throughout the game on the other hand, have different colors to differentiate them.

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Drones and citizens of the computer are colored yellow, while the infected variants, along with the virus itself, are purple. This also extends to the scan function, which highlights enemies with a red-colored reticle. Additionally, Doors which are ForceFields {{Force Field}}s are colored either Red (no entry) or Green (pass through), which extends to door locks. Keys ("Permissions") are glowing keys colored a light blue, with Ammo and Health being Light Blue and Green respectively. The weapons the player uses throughout the game on the other hand, have different colors to differentiate them.

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** Also justified, since you're a computer program with backups. If you die, another copy of "you" is sent out.


Retrovirus is a FirstPerson six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game [[Sol Survivor]].

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Retrovirus is a FirstPerson six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game [[Sol Survivor]].
{{Sol Survivor}}.

Available on {{Steam}} [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/227800/]]


* {{AFGNCAAP}}: You, as an anti-virus software navigating through a corrupted computer system

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* {{AFGNCAAP}}: You, as an anti-virus software navigating through a corrupted computer systemsystem. When you are given a view of yourself, you are just a flying ship.

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* ShoutOut: At the start of the game, you can see the user's desktop, which looks remarkably similar to the default WindowsXP desktop, complete with grassy wallpaper.


* InsideAComputerSystem: The entire game.



* PowerGlows: All over the place, justified in that its a computer system.



* TheVirus: A computer worm which arrived in an email has wrecked havok on your system, and its up to you and a few allies to eliminate it, and find out how it got there in the first place.

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* TheVirus: A computer worm which arrived in an email has wrecked havok on your system, and its up to you and a few allies to eliminate it, and find out how it got there in the first place.place.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: The Oracle remotely assists you as you progress through the game, although in this case, its a 'system' connection rather than internet.


* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Drones and citizens of the computer are colored yellow, while the infected variants, along with the virus itself, are purple. This also extends to the scan function, which highlights enemies with a red-colored reticle.

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Drones and citizens of the computer are colored yellow, while the infected variants, along with the virus itself, are purple. This also extends to the scan function, which highlights enemies with a red-colored reticle. Additionally, Doors which are ForceFields are colored either Red (no entry) or Green (pass through), which extends to door locks. Keys ("Permissions") are glowing keys colored a light blue, with Ammo and Health being Light Blue and Green respectively. The weapons the player uses throughout the game on the other hand, have different colors to differentiate them.
* ConvectionSchmonvection: Averted in one level where you must use a train to get past Deletion Pits, which will kill you from the intense heat several feet away from the actual pits.



* ConvectionSchmonvection: Averted in one level where you must use a train to get past Deletion Pits, which will kill you from the intense heat several feet away from the actual pits.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: Averted ForceFieldDoor: Some doors in one level where you must use a train to get past Deletion Pits, which will kill you from the intense heat several feet away from the actual pits.game are see-through forcefields, either green or red.



* GoodColorsEvilColors: The Virus is always colored Purple (and black), and Doors and areas you can't get to are colored Red. Green is an indicator that you can progress and is used for Doors and Power-ups. Orange/Yellow is used for anything 'neutral' and part of the system itself. An exception lies in the player's weapons, one of which is red, but is used by you.



* TheVirus: A computer worm which arrived in an email has wrecked havok on your system, and its up to you and a few allies to eliminate it, and find out how it got there in the first place.

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* TheVirus: A computer worm which arrived in an email has wrecked havok on your system, and its up to you and a few allies to eliminate it, and find out how it got there in the first place.


* CoolTrain: The Web Browser has trains which regularly deliver cargo and while look similar to real-world freight trains, have glowy bits and seem to run on magnetic lines.





Retrovirus is a [[First Person]] six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game [[Sol Survivor]].

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Retrovirus is a [[First Person]] FirstPerson six degrees of freedom shooter which sends players into the depths of a computer on a search and destroy mission against an invasive virus. The game was created by Cadenza Interactive, the indie studio behind the popular tower defense game [[Sol Survivor]].

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