Operation Body Count and Corridor 7: Alien Invasion Are Available Now On Steam

Get ready to fight like it’s 1994! Today, Operation Body Count and Corridor 7: Alien Invasion are available Now On Steam . Operation Body Count and Corridor 7: Alien Invasion. are two games, released by Capstone Software in 1994, drop players right into the thick of battle, where they’ll grab their guns and gear and mow down hordes of sinister terrorists or intergalactic invaders!

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In Operation Body 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 ability to damage the environment around you! Set the walls ablaze with the flamethrower to create choke points or blast your way through a wall using the grenade launcher. As the leader of the team, command your squad-mates by switching which team member you control.

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If battling alien invaders is more your style, then look no further than Corridor 7: Alien Invasion! Scientists at the distant Delta Base research facility have inadvertently opened a portal to another dimension, and the aliens that came through the gate have murdered the entire Delta Base science team. You, as a solo Special Forces operative, have received orders to get into Corridor 7 and clean house — fighting your way through 30 floors to shut down the gate’s power source.

 

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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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