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Army Men: World War

Released on 20 August 2012

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Your mission is to lead the Green Army in a vicious battle against the Tan nemesis. Carefully guide your troops through a deadly barrage of enemy fire in over 15 World War II themed missions. Only the best military minds will prevail in this blazing battle of ground-based infantry. Many weapons from the era are at your disposal; call in strategic air strikes, a swarm of paratroopers, or quietly shoot the enemy from a distance with your sniper rifle. Never before has a plastic war reached this size and scale. Dive into the trenches!

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 Why Did They Keep Making These Games?

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To be honest there were so many of these Army Men games released back in the late 90's that it was impossible to keep track of them all. World War may or may not have been the first to be released on PC console but it was certainly the only one I had the misfortune to play having been given it free when I purchased a new PC. Put simply nothing works about this game. The graphics are horrendous, the enemy AI is non-existent and the controls are incredibly imprecise.

Just avoid this one.

 Why Did They Keep Making These Games?

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To be honest there were so many of these Army Men games released back in the late 90's that it was impossible to keep track of them all. World War may or may not have been the first to be released on PC console but it was certainly the only one I had the misfortune to play having been given it free when I purchased a new PC. Put simply nothing works about this game. The graphics are horrendous, the enemy AI is non-existent and the controls are incredibly imprecise.

Just avoid this one.

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