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Old 21-02-2017, 05:28 PM   #1

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Default [tomvdj] Combat Course

I'm looking for a game I played in the '90s. If I remember correctly you could build some kind of assault course, and then you could have a soldier running that course. In my memory it was rather similar than "Para Assault Course" but for PC.

I might be mistaken, and the creating the course option was just some kind of "extra leven creating" option within the game itself, but I'm sure there was an option to design some kind of obstacle runs and that was the part I played with most.

There might also have been an option that the soldier that was running had to shoot other soldiers, but I'm not 100% sure of that anymore. What I am sure of, is that the solder started at the left side and had to run to the right, so only one dimension (with some climbing / jumping).

That's all I have as for info... I hope this is enough for someone here to know which game I'm talking about...
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