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Network Guardian first started out as a submission for a contest and has turned into a continuing development with now a 4 man team. In Network Guardian you are a computer bot that needs to eliminate threats in certain areas of the network. During the story mode you will travel to different parts of the network and destroy these threats. You can do this is two ways, which is either playing alone on the solo story mode or playing with a friend on the co-op story mode. Aside from the normal story mode, there is multiplayer where you can play with up to 3 or your friends ( 4 people per game, including you ). There are some different game modes that you can play too. We will showcase those as dev goes on. One that we can say for now is your typical survival mode.
Network Guardian GPU Performance Comparison Graph

Network Guardian GPU Analysis
Comparing Network Guardian PC system requirements to all GPUs shows that Network Guardian is going to need a graphics card that is capable of DX 9 or OpenGL 3.2.

To get the best visual graphical experience on Network Guardian, aim to have a GPU that has at least 1.024 GB GPU RAM.

Most bottom end graphics cards currently available today, will probably allow you to play Network Guardian

We are advised that 10 year old graphics cards should be able to run Network Guardian , but there could be a few exceptions to this rule.

Note that most games do not officially support laptop graphics cards, but nowadays many laptop graphics solutions are capable of running modern games. Whether desktop graphics cards or laptop, try searching for your graphics card to compare against the Network Guardian graphics card requirements chart below.