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    Operation Body Count

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released March 1994

    As a member of the UN Elite Force, players must infiltrate a government building seized by terrorists and take out the numerous threats inside.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Operation Body Count last edited by fisk0 on 05/08/21 06:06AM View full history


    Operation Body Count is a modern-military first-person shooter developed and published by Capstone for the PC (running MS-DOS) in March 1994.

    Set in the year 2012, players control a member of the United Nations Elite Force as they infiltrate the United Nations Towers, which have been seized by militant terrorists (led by the mysterious Victor). Early levels start in the sewers, where the lone player has to fight mutant rats and hobos. Once the player reaches the building, they must overcome new obstacles with a team of computer-controlled companions as they eliminate the terrorists and find hidden elevators to bypass booby-trapped exits.

    Like Corridor 7: Alien Invasion, this game used a modified version of the Wolfenstein 3D engine. It also supports networked multiplayer for deathmatches.


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