Airborne Ranger (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Microprose - 1989 UK Release

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Airborne Ranger
Product ID 015352-042160
Product UPC 5015352042160
Platform(s) Amiga
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1989
Publisher(s) Microprose
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade, Fighting, Military Combat
Country of Origin United Kingdom

Description from the packaging.

One soldier on action-packed missions behind enemy lines.

Get ready for a fast-paced, easy-to-learn combat game featuring intelligent challenges, suspenseful scenarios and endless action- perfect for arcade gamers, combat strategists and simulation fans alike. Nobody but Microprose could pack so many kinds of fun into just one game.

Unlimited action!

  • Parachute deep into hostile territory with limited supplies!
  • 12 High-risk missions include sabotaging enemy aircraft, rescuing hostages, stealing code books, and knocking out enemy radar! Missions never play the same way twice.
  • Non-stop action in three climatic regions: arctic, desert and temperate.
  • Every mission is timed- and your pick-up plane won't wait!
  • Arcade action, strategic challenge and endless hours of excitement for game players of all ages!

Go in with guns blazing, or try a subtle approach by crawling through trenches and natural cover- the choice is yours!

Leap into combat with an M-16, grenades, anti-tank rockets and timed plastic explosives.

Overcome enemy soldiers, machine gun nests, minefields, robot mini-tanks and more!

Run, walk, crawl and shoot in any direction across full-scrolling, 3-D terrain that changes every time you play.

Here's what the critics say:

"An arcade-style game from Microprose? Yes, and a darned good one." - Compute's Gazette, May 1988.

"A joy to play... arcade action and strategy in just the right dose... A+ rating" - RUN, March 1988.

System Requirements

Amiga
Required RAM 512K
Requires Joystick Yes

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