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Echelon (video game)

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Echelon (video game)

Developer(s) MADia Entertainment
Publisher(s) CIS Buka Entertainment
INT Bethesda Softworks
Platform(s) Windows PC
Release date(s) March 2001
3 July 2014
Genre(s) Action / Simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer

Echelon is a 3-D science fiction flight simulator video game designed by Russian developers MADIA. It involves flying futuristic fighters in combat scenarios. The game can be played locally or on a local area network with up to 32 players. The Russian version of the game is called "Шторм" ("Storm"). The plot of the first-person shooter game Operation: Matriarchy (also developed by MADIA) takes place in the same general universe as Echelon.

Echelon was nominated as "Sci-Fi Simulation Game of the Year" by GameSpot, 2001.[1]

In 2002 a sequel, Echelon: Wind Warriors, was released.


  1. ^ GameSpot Readers' Choice: The Best and Worst of 2001

External links

  • Official website
  • Echelon at MobyGames
  • Steam game page

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