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Share: 2001
Developer: N-Fusion Interactive

Operating system: 7, 8, 10
Processor: 1.0GHz
Graphic: 100% DirectX compatible graphics
Memory: 512MB
Storage: 800MB
Steam Ratings: Mixed (32) 68% of the 32 user reviews for this game are positive.
Execution: Complete last release

Deadly Dozen Is a tactical first-person shooter about the horrors of World War II. The first part of the series, the second appeared a year later, in 2002.

Realistic and close to the truth, the story tells of one of the many squads thrown into the deadly meat grinder of conflict in Europe. Her team has one important difference – it consists entirely of ruthless criminals sentenced to death who were already preparing for execution, but during the war every pair of hands counts and the state gave them one last chance. If you think that higher ranks in the army favor you, then dismiss those thoughts immediately. Your protégés are the dregs of society, saved only to be sent on the most suicidal missions where it is a pity to waste precious personnel. Atone during the game for your sins of pre-war life, maybe you’ll have mercy. Of course, if you stay alive and don’t die under fire or bombardment.

Recruit fighters of different specializations into your squad: snipers, engineers, attack aircraft, medics. Before each mission, form a four-person battle group based on your objective. The change in weather conditions day and night can both complicate the attack on the tip and help, for example, covert penetration of the object. The shooting physics require getting used to and adapting.

Make your way across Europe conquered by Hitler to free yourself from the yoke of the German fascist machine. The course of the war depends on the success of your actions, don’t miss the opportunity to send the inhuman regime into the past.

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Size: 660.73MB. Execution: Complete last release

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