Classic FPS’ Operation Body Count and Corridor 7: Alien Invasion Arrive Exclusively on GOG

Are you able to party (and battle) like it’s 1994? Publisher Ziggurat Interactive has two retro shooters locked, loaded, and launching today that’ll take you back to the pixelated corridors of 90’s FPS games. Available exclusively on GOG.com today, Operation count and Corridor 7: Alien Invasion drop players right into the firefight where they’ll grab their guns and kit, and takedown tough terrorists and intergalactic invaders! If you enjoy retro first-person shooters, you don’t want to miss out on these classics, available at a 33% discount on GOG!

In Operation count, terrorists under the leadership of the sinister Victor Baloch have seized the United Nations building, holding our world leaders hostage! as the leader of an Elite Forces team, your mission is to infiltrate through the sewers and battle your way through 40 terrorist-packed floors to the penthouse. Your arsenal includes submachine guns, assault rifles, flamethrowers, and grenade launchers, all with the power to wreck the environment around you! Set the walls ablaze with the flamethrower to make choke points, or, blast your way through a wall using the grenade launcher. because the leader of an elite team, command and control your squad-mates by switching which team member you control.

If battling alien invaders is more your style, then look no further than Corridor 7: Alien Invasion! Scientists at the distant Delta Base research center have inadvertently opened a portal to a different dimension. The aliens that came through the gate have murdered the whole Delta Base science team. You, as a solo Special Forces operative, have received orders to urge into Corridor 7 and houseclean — fighting your way through 30 floors to pack up the gate’s power source.

 

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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