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Jungle Strike Screenshots

User Screenshots

Amiga version

Jungle Strike Title
Main Menu
Mission Briefing
Helicopter at base.
Even soldiers try to shoot you down.
Attacking armored RV
Building exploding
Attacking transport vehicle
The loading screen.
Choose a co-pilot.
Level 3 - The US helicopter pad.
Level 3 - An enemy training ground.
Level 3 - An enemy tank.
Level 3 - An enemy mobile radar.
Level 4 - Night strike - It's dark!
Level intro
Level intro - Getting info.
Level 5 - Village
Level 5 - Map.
Level 5 - Jail break!
Level 6 - This level is a snowy level.
Level 6 - A P. O. W. camp.
Level 6 - Rescued Wild Bill
Level 6 - A mobile radar protected by an AA gun.
Level 7 - Heading up a river.
Level 7 - Flying a jet plane!
Level 8 - Control tower.
Level 8 - A tomahawk missile hidden in a mountain and a tank.

Amiga CD32 version

Title screen.
Main Menu.
Choose a co-pilot.
Outside the White House.
Introduction which presents...
... a small atol on the Pacific that is about to be nuked.
The second mission starts in a very limited area.
After a successful rescue of the key personel...
... you will gain access to the hover craft.
Some personel could be (and should be) deployed in the landing zone.
Before each mission you are debriefed.
The seventh mission takes place in the jungle.
There are some ruins...
... and cocoa fields.
Game Over

DOS version

Title Screen
Intro Sequence - madman Ibn Kilbaba & druglord Carlos Ortega
Main Menu
Choose a co-pilot.
Going on a day mission (intro)
Going on a night mission--see the difference? (intro)
Level 1: 'Washington DC' - Taking off.
Level 1 - While trying to complete our mission objectives.
Getting chewed out for blowing a mission.
Level 1 - Finished the mission.
Level 2: 'Sub Attack' - Near a bridge.
Level 2 - Picking up some Navy Seals.
Level 2 - Dropping off the Navy Seals at a US landing pad.
Level 2 - We can also use different vehicles in some missions, like this hovercraft for example.
Level 2 - One of our info screens: Learn everything about your mission...
Level 2 - An enemy sub.
Level 3 - Status screen, Training Camp.
Level 3 - An enemy training camp.
Level 3 - A radar site.
Preface to Level 4 - The madmen have taken a doctor hostage.
Level 4 - Night Strike
Level 4 - Near a guard tower. This is a night mission, and the darkness makes it hard to see.
You rescued Rosalind D. and now you can have her as a co-pilot.
Level 5 - Freeing hostages.
Level 5 - Taking out a drug plant.
Level 5 - The enemy's power grid.
Level 5 - The US landing pad.
Level 6: 'Snow Fortress' - The beginning.
Level 6 - Taking out POW building in order to rescue Wild Bill, a downed US pilot.
Level 6 - An enemy chopper.
Level 6 - A mobile radar.
Level 7 - Flying the stealth plane. This baby has unlimited fuel and ammo!
Level 7 - Blowing up a drug field with the stealth plane.
Level 8 - Control tower.
Level 8 - Power station.
Level 9: 'Return Home' - You can expect tanks every time.
Level 10: 'Eco Threat' - This is a bonus level exclusive to CD ROM release. It takes place off the shores of Alaska.
Level 10 - Oil tanker. (CD ROM Version)
Level 10 - Destroyed an enemy frigate. (CD ROM Version)
FMV Cutscene - A newscaster receives breaking news. (CD ROM Version)

Game Boy version

Title Screen
Looks familiar
Campaign / Co Pilot Selection
The White House is home base in the first campaign.
Protect the Washington Monument
VW Minibus attacking the Jefferson Memorial!
Pick up the Navy SEALS
Drop off the SEALS
Switch to the Hovercraft
Pick up some crates

Game Gear version

Title screen.
Ugly, but familiar.
War... war never changes. And it's never easy. Sweet chopper, btw.
One of the co-pilots. He doesn't have a life, doesn't want one.
M-I-A. 'Good at everything except WHAT TRULY MATTERS DURING WAR TIME'. Thanks for nothing.
Main menu.
Washington DC.
Map. Where is the Terrorist HQ?
The... "Obelisk". Just shoot at it for a while and it'll start looking like the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Terrible blast, lots of innocent lives lost. Who cares.
Actually feeling pretty good about being a mass murderer. Just had breakfast and didn't throw up, so I guess that's good.
Campaign #2 - Sub Hunt ... Being attacked.
Missing my sweet chopper...
Campaign #3 - Training Ground. This is supposed to be JUNGLE Strike. DESERT Strike is another game, goddammit.
There are no innocent people in this life. Only slightly-less-guilty people. Game over.
It actually seems like day-time to me but ok...
Oh, ok, now I see what you mean. Campaign #4 - Night Strike.
A cutscene (during "Night Strike"). What a wimpy looking guy. I've met really lame dudes who command much more respect.

Genesis version

Developer Info
Title Screen
Intro Sequence - madman Ibn Kilbaba & druglord Carlos Ortega
Main Menu
Select your Co-Pilot.
Protect Washington D.C. from terrorists driving motor homes.
Reful at the Gas Station
Bust up the terrorist operation
Dropping people off at a makeshift LZ
Persue the bad guys in your hovercraft!
Fight the Madman's troops in Washington DC.
Cut scene
Escort the president's limousine.
We found an enemy radar station.
Fight other gunships.
Night mission
The AWACS plane watches for bad guys before we start our missions.
Rescue some UN inspectors.
Action in the snow
Aboard an F-117 Stealth Fighter
This tank is history soon!
Escort the president's chopper.
You are dead!
Mission Briefing.
Mission Briefing - Carlos Ortega the Drug Lord.
Outside the White House.
Mission Briefing from HQ.
Starting the snow level.
Mission Map.
You can get info on parts of the mission from the map screen.
Hidden war heads.
Starting the training grounds mission.
Enemy training grounds.
American outpost.
Starting the Mountains mission.
Enemy palace.
Warning low armor!
Flying near a river.
Danger zone!

SNES version

Title Screen
Main menu
Introduction [1]
The White House
Mission map
Pick up some fuel barrels
Firing Hydra
Game Over
Cut scene
Mission objectives