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It's not half bad, for a completely macho affair, and it comprises of four 'training' sections. If the sequel(s) were also available, the game would be a little more worthwhile, but it's a good value buy at £2.99 for almost four complete games!
On the title screen and most of the stages an excellent rendition of the tune 19 is played, converted by Rob Hubbard no less. The graphics are quite effective for the most part; the scrolling and backdrops of the assault course and the gun sight in the shooting range, though the scrolling on the jeep section leaves a lot to be desired. There is enough in 19 to keep anybody going for a substantial amount of time. 19 is surprisingly good - not fantastic, but still a darn good game.
The real problem, though, is that 19 - Part One is basically a compilation of four unremarkable games rather than one good one.
An impressive Combat School clone; but there was some disagreement, so remember the old reviewer's adage and 'try before you buy'.
Grafisch ist das Programm mittelmäßig. Der Sound stammt von Rob Hubbard und ist durchaus hörenswert. Zusammenfassend ist zu sagen, daß Boot Camp zwar gefallen hat, aber nicht zu den Spielen gehört, die wir uneingeschränkt empfehlen würden.
The title screen is sufficient moody and the accompanying music is not bad rendition of Paul Hardcastle's hit. Sound, graphics and animations are polished, it's just a shame the gameplay is not similar standard.