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The game was created and designed by David Perry and his team at Introversion Software. The game is also known by the name of a sequel to the game called Extinction, released in the same year as the original game. It was followed up in 2006 by a second sequel, Introversion's follow-up and second game, called "Rogue." IGI is an apocalyptic first-person shooter about players who try to escape and survive in the collapse of a mysterious event in a devastated city called London. The game was published by Introversion Software, released in 2004, and received a cult following. IGI was one of the first games to explore an original story about the end of humanity. The game was set on a wasteland where players can use cybernetic enhancements to help them survive. Players use a variety of weapons to fight off hordes of increasingly powerful enemies in this post-apocalyptic FPS. IGI features a "sandbox" world which is completely open and random. This means that the game allows the player to do many actions at any time. For example, the game allows players to move from one location to another, and also climb atop buildings and other objects. This same game type is called "sandbox" because the developers of the game originally had an open world map which they gave to players to use. IGI was originally a mod for the original Half-Life 2 game which was released in 1998. The game was created by one person, David Perry, who left the game and started a new development company called Introversion Software, where he was joined by other programmers and artists. The mod was first released for the DOS operating system but then released for Windows. Introversion Software went on to create a variety of other games and games such as the infamous RPG, Sam and Max Hit the Road. David Perry went on to work for many other companies such as Valve Software and Riot Games. This article concerns the original version of the IGI game. The 2001 follow-up game, Extinction, was released by another company and is different in many aspects. (released for free on the Internet Archive) Original version of the game on the Internet Archive - available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. The IGI game was first released in September 2004 for Windows PCs. The game is designed for players to use Windows XP as an operating system for the game. The game was designed for the hardware that was available at that time in 2004.