Prisoner of War (2002)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | War  -  12 July 2002 (UK)
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Captain Stone, for you the war is over, but your mission is just beginning. See more »

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War game without any weapons???
28 May 2004 | by (Birmingham) – See all my reviews

You are Capt. Lewis Stone of the US Air Force, Your plane is shot down over wartime Nazi Germany where you are capture and put in a POW camp.

The gist of the game is that is that as a prisoner you are set boundaries and if you cross then you will be punished (but only if seen). However in order to escape you will need certain tools or items which are in the illegal areas more then often. To help you get around other POWs will offer you helpful information, create diversions while you jump the fences/walls or sell you items. You will need to sneak past guards with stealth or disguise while making sure you keep an eye on the in-game-clock.

There are 5 camps in total each one more challenging then the last and although this game would be easy to rubbish with so much off it being rough around the edges, but I found it to be really fun and addictive.


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