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Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions (Browser)

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Description

Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions is an unofficial game based on Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions where there are different small training missions for the series protagonist Solid Snake to complete. In this game, players need to control Snake hiding in a cardboard box and have him fire NIKITA missiles to take out targets in twenty 3d environments.

Each mission has a time limit and a specific amount of missiles is provided. Players can have Snake move around, crouch and enter a first-person view to get a better shot. The regular game is shown from a top-down view. When a missile is fired, aftertouch can be applied to change the direction and to guide it through mazes or blocks before it reaches a target. Missiles explode upon impact, but another button can also detonate them at a specific time. In more advanced levels, the height of the targets needs to be taken into consideration as well.

The game was first created as a concept based on the PaperVision 3D 2.0 engine. It also keeps track of the best times on a leaderboard.

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Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions Browser You need to crouch to get out of the center area.
Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions Browser Some targets in the distance
Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions Browser The first level completed.
Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions Browser You cannot move outside the area, so aftertouch needs to be applied to missiles.

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Sciere (251858) added Flash Gear Solid VR: The NIKITA Missions (Browser) on Oct 10, 2008