Deadly Dozen ships, demo available

Infogrames and Nfusion release a playable demo of their World War II first- and third-person shooter.

Infogrames and Nfusion have released a playable demo of Deadly Dozen, their first- and third-person shooter set during World War II. The game lets players control a team of 12 soldiers in a series of 10 missions in Europe and North Africa. It includes historical battles and authentic World War II weapons and vehicles. The missions include realistic environments complete with weather effects and authentic hazards, such as minefields, barbed wire, and other obstacles.

According to the developer, Deadly Dozen has shipped to stores and will soon be available for an approximate retail price of $19.99. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game, and download the 109MB 531659playable demo .

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AFWorm
AFWorm

It's a nice game, but not good enough to warrant sales. The demo is enough.