Jungle-based sequel to the hit video-game Desert Strike.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jamie Poolos ...
Carlos Ortega - the Drug Lord
Randy Delucchi ...
Ibn Kilbaba - the Madman
Premila Swami ...
EANN Newscaster
Willie Edwards ...
The Commander
Michael Shirley ...
Mike 'Mr 3-D' Sierra
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Scott 'Ego' Antonio (as Tony Barnes)
Robert Cavaness ...
Grant 'Faceman' Foster
Rosalind Delligatti ...
Annihilator
Jeff Fennel ...
Wild Bill
Terry Fowler ...
Scientist
Terry Goode ...
Guard
Rod Swanson ...
Russian General
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Himself - The President
Walt Ianneo ...
Enemy
Leon Cannon ...
Sniper
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Some time after Operation Desert Strike, Ibn Kilbaba, son of Kilbaba Senior, threatens to annihilate America. After his father was killed, the people who were under his control, sent his son running off, along with his father's money and nuclear weapons program. Kilbaba, more ruthless than his father, longs for revenge of his father's death and decides to shed the blood of those who killed him; the Americans. Already armed, Kilbaba hires Carlos Ortega to help him set up his Nuclear Weapons program, deep in South America. Carlos Ortega, the world's most notorious drug-lord, also yearns to seek revenge. With his own private army, armed with the most hi-tech weapons, he's ready to fight America at all costs. Because of this threat, your hired again to battle these two characters, following their paths in the jungles of South America. Armed with the Commache Helicopter, numerous other vehicles, and destructive weapons, you must take out their private army. Blow up the enemy with your ... Written by Shawn Watson

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Now the storm hits the jungle!

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Action | Adventure

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Not Rated
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1993 (USA)  »

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The RAH-66 Comanche helicopter (which the player flies) never entered service as the project was cancelled in 2004 while still in testing stages. Only 2 prototypes were ever built, the first of which began assembly in November 1993, several months after the game was first released in July. See more »

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Turns out Saddamn DID have WMDs
6 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

In the 16-Bit era the "Strike" series never really amounted to much. My favourite of that time was Urban Strike, but the series greatly improved on the PlayStation with better graphics, sound and smoother gameplay.

The story here has the son of Saddam (Uday or Qusay) conspiring with a drug dealer to destroy the USA...yadda, yadda, yadda. It's tripe, but the main attraction here is blowing stuff up in a big helicopter, or hovercraft. Time, unfortunately, has not been kind to the 16-Bit era "Strike" games. Characters are pathetic little stick figures, explosions are clunky and the handling of the chopper is sluggish.

If you want to experience the best of what the series has to offer then check out Nuclear Strike or Soviet Strike.


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