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ZOOM Mad Dog McCree
$9.95 (Win95/98/Me/2000/XP) (Jewel Case) (MADDOG1PJ)

American Laser Games / Digital Leisure

Game

Mad Dog McCree is known worldwide as one of the highest rated arcade games and is the first interactive shooting game with real live motion picture action. Mad Dog and his men have kidnapped the town's Mayor and his daughter. To save the town, you will be challenged by a saloon full of outlaws, a hair-raising bank robbery, gunfighters, a slew of old West ambushes, and Mad Dog himself. Mad Dog McCree is the first of a series of exciting Mad Dog adventures.

Requirements:

Windows XP/2000/Me/98/95: Pentium II 266 MHz, 32 MB RAM or more, No hard disk space required, Plays off your CD-ROM Drive, DirectX 8.0 video card with 16 bit color display, DirectX 8.9 compatible 16 bit sound card, mouse or light gun.

Reviews:

CD-ROM World, January 1994

"...You assume the role of deputy, sheriff, or U.S. marshal (with increasing levels of difficulty). The objective is to free a Wild West frontier town from the clutches of Mad Dog McCree and his henchmen who have taken it over, locked the sheriff in his own jail, kidnapped the mayor and his daughter, and are wreaking havoc in the saloon, the bank, and the stable. In trying to liberate the town, you must avoid shooting innocent people. Shots fired too soon will not produce the desired effect. The game features live motion picture action filmed on set and site locations. The programming incorporates dynamic video branching which changes the game based on variable outcomes, such as hits or misses. The course of play to reach the final scene changes, depending on your choices and marksmanship. It also features random showdowns to keep the adrenalin pumping and a target practice routine to get the trigger finger in shape. Gunfights get more difficult as you get closer to the ultimate showdown with Mad Dog McCree. If you like arcade shooting games, you're sure to love this one."



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