|Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines
|Kalypso Media Digital
|Initial Release Date:
|28 Aug 1998
Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines is a real-time strategy game set in World War II that gives you command of a small contingent of elite soldiers. Send them behind enemy lines on a series of dangerous missions, and bring them back alive. Clever strategy has never been so intense.
This game with real-time strategy and stealth. The mix works so well that it is still remembered by many today not only as a beloved childhood game but also as a revolutionary thing.
And the commandos achieved this without any real conspiracy. All twenty maps are based on more or less real WWII events, but they do not contain much more than a historical introductory piece and a brief mission briefing. No basic plot, no character drama, just carefully designed levels with many purposes.
Achieving these goals usually requires careful planning, a lot of stealth, and bending tactics. Enemy guards are strategically deployed, and the discovery or release of a body results in an alarm, which usually leads to a mission failure.
To finish the task, the player gains control over six commandos, all with different, unique abilities. Sadly, all but two of them are useless for almost anything other than a specific job (driving, boating, etc.), because only they can get the bodies out of the way – all of them. Is important for The rest of the people usually camp in a safe corner of the map, mostly unused for the mission.
The game was well-received and gave birth to an entire franchise, which, speaking of the past, united Behind Enemy Lines with the shortest and easiest levels, but also with the greatest variety. It’s not as difficult as it is beyond Call of Duty, not as complicated as Man of Courage, or as much action-packed as Destination: Berlin, but it retains most of its old charm.
One of the best games ever created. It’s not as good as Commando 2 (if you ask me it’s the best in the series) but it’s still a great game. This game is one of the best stealth / real-time strategy games despite its age. However, keep in mind that some missions require a lot of skill and a ton of luck and coordination! Also keep in mind that this is an old game but it should not stop you from playing it especially if you have played games like Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun and you like such games.
Great and 90s old classic, when games still require the use of heads!
I may be a little biased because I grew up with sports like this but:
- You have to really think hard about what to do and how to do it.
- Very difficult even in easy difficulty
- Limited resources
- Contains original WW2 footage.
- The visuals are from the ’90s, but if you don’t mind a little fewer pixels, they can move.
- AI is a bit stupid, so it is not reacting realistically to the situation.
- Some enemy units can be trapped for a while if they are in alert mode.
- Personally, briefings were missing in all missions.
- Voice actors sound pretty good, but after a while, you start to get annoyed by a constant repeat of “yes sir” “right away sir” and so on.
- Awesome but very useful for driving.
System Requirements of Commandos Behind Enemy Lines Game
- OS: Windows 98/Xp/7/8 and Windows Vista.
- Processor: Pentium 1 @ 120MHz
- Memory: 64 MB RAM
- Graphics: 16 MB
- Hard Drive: 125 MB available space
How to Install this game?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Commandos: BEL- PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Click on the “Commandos ” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 73.48 MB