Non-stop action, excellent sound effects, missile launchers, machine guns, Rambo style battles, and epic explosions await you in Assault Commando. The game takes place deep in the South American Jungle were serious trouble is brewing. Albrecht Braun has formed an army capable of overthrowing whole governments and ruling the world and up till now it appears nothing can stop him. Your mission is to go deep behind enemy lines to put an end to the madness before it spreads any further. You’ve teamed up with long-time war buddy Jack Gunfire to stomp out the enemy and save the world.
Created by 3D Magic Kft., Assault Commando is a seriously badass game. The game controls are simply flawless. It feels so natural as you sprint through the jungle, weaving in and out of trees for cover, masking your advance behind buildings, and mowing down enemies with rapid fire. Jeeps equipped with heavy artillery roll up and put you on blast, while infantry come out of the wood works, chasing you around and spraying automatic fire as they charge. You must stay moving at all times while firing toward targets with the utmost precision. It’s imperative that you can engage attackers from all angles at a moments notice. The joystick style controls give you the freedom you need to make this possible, but it’s up to you to harness your inner badass to make it happen.
On top of the seriously fun on-foot battles you also get to ride along in sweet shallow water boats through winding jungle streams and open up serious cans of whoop ass from behind the wheel of kick ass tanks. I mean seriously, this game has pretty much everything that I want out of a jungle style war game. The explosions are big and the sounds of battle are extremely realistic. It’s the closest thing to an actual arcade experience that I’ve played in quite sometime. The only thing I’d love to change is where you currently ride along in the boats and tanks it’d be way sweeter if you could actually drive ‘em.
If you couldn’t already tell I’m loving this game and think it’s definitely worth the download. It’s a decent value at it’s current $1.99 price, and I promise you that you won’t be disappointed with your purchase. I still have a ways to go before defeating the game, but so far I’m hooked and plan to stick with it to the end. I’d love to see the game continue to be improved upon to make it even more sensational. Some of the menus are ok, probably could be made to look more high-tech, it’d be cool to have more levels, some blood and guts folded in, and as mentioned being able to drive the vehicles would make it much sweeter, but as far as the graphics, game-play, and sounds go, they’re pretty much top notch.
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