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Operation Wolf - NEC PC Engine

Publisher:NEC Corporation  ?              No-Intro:Operation Wolf
Developer:Taito Corporation  ?              GoodName:Operation Wolf
Year:1990              TOSEC:N/A
Category:Shooter              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:Download (CPC)
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              Game Music:
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Also on: Amstrad CPC, Arcade, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Microsoft DOS, MSX, MSX 2, NEC TurboGrafx-16, Nintendo NES, Sega Master System, Sinclair ZX Spectrum

Series: Operation Thunderbolt (Arcade), Operation Wolf 3 (Arcade), Operation Tiger (Arcade)


In game image of Operation Wolf on the NEC PC Engine.
In Game
Title screen of Operation Wolf on the NEC PC Engine.
Title Screen
Box cover for Operation Wolf on the NEC PC Engine.
Cartridge artwork for Operation Wolf on the NEC PC Engine.
Arcade Cabinet Marquee for Operation Wolf.
Advert for Operation Wolf on the NEC PC Engine.
(Commodore 64 Version)

Operation Wolf TV Commercial (Nintendo NES Version)

Being a one-man army is a difficult business - just ask that bloke Rambo. But you have taken on the hard task of mowing down whole platoons of enemy forces single handed, all to rescue hostages from a rather nasty concentration camp. Choosing from one of four stages, you have a first person view of the action and have to carefully aim your on-screen crosshair to take out the bad guys - but don't get too trigger happy, as there are many civilians and innocents who have chosen just this moment to go for a stroll in the middle of a raging firefight. You have limited ammunition, which can be replenished by shooting the spare clips lying around (which are also dropped from objects such as coconuts and birds), and also a small supply of extra powerful rockets which make short work of armoured vehicles or helicopters that have you in their sights. Occasionally you will see a pile of dynamite that serves as a smart bomb, and a nice energy drink which increases your health slightly - which is essential as it does not recover between levels.

(from The PC Engine Software Bible)

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