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Elite Forces: Navy SEALs (Windows)

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Description

As an elite US Navy SEAL, you will tackle some of the toughest missions the military has to offer in the world's hottest spots. You will infiltrate Iraq and chase down a fallen satellite that cannot be allowed to fall into Iraqi hands. You will infiltrate Bosnia and chase down a stolen nuclear warhead. Finaly, you will infiltrate North Korea to rescue two downed airmen. Along the way, you will encounter all sorts of enemies. Can you do the impossible?

Navy SEALs is a budget 1st Person Shooter with a military theme. The weapons are somewhat authentic, but the conventions are tried and true: explore the level, shoot enemies, grab ammo and weapon(s) from fallen enemies. Follow the path until you get to the next level, rinse and repeat. No multiplayer available. Based on the Lithtech engine.

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Elite Forces: Navy SEALs Windows Stupid rebels... I shot them one by one but not one noticed being attacked :)
Elite Forces: Navy SEALs Windows Here's what you get: less details for less money
Elite Forces: Navy SEALs Windows Main menu
Elite Forces: Navy SEALs Windows Can you do that with YOUR tent, too? Maybe it's made from steel, otherwise I doubt I could have climbed it :)

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The Press Says

7Wolf Magazine May 28, 2002 5 out of 10 50
Jeuxvideo.com Aug 22, 2003 8 out of 20 40
GameSpot Jun 14, 2002 3.1 out of 10 31
Games.cz May 30, 2002 2 out of 10 20
Absolute Games (AG.ru) Oct 02, 2002 15 out of 100 15

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phlux (4143) added Elite Forces: Navy SEALs (Windows) on May 17, 2002