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Combat Medic: Special Ops

Windows - 2002

Alt name Combat Medic: Special Operations
Year 2002
Platform Windows
Released in Canada, United States
Genre Action, Educational, Simulation
Theme Puzzle elements, Science, Shooter, Survival Horror
Publisher Legacy Interactive Inc.
Developer Alpine Studios, Inc.
Perspectives 1st-Person, Top-Down
Tested on Windows 10, Windows 11
3.8 / 5 - 5 votes

Description of Combat Medic: Special Ops

2002, the year Combat Medic: Special Ops was released on Windows. Made by Alpine Studios, Inc. and published by Legacy Interactive Inc., this action, educational and simulation game is available for free on this page.

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Gustru commented:

I came across that old LGR video where he says that he tried on many different setups to run the game without success. I will explain how to get it running for anyone who wishes to try that oddity of a game.

It will run on Windows 10 (not tested on older versions nor Win11) with the help of our friend DgVoodoo.

  • First, the two files included in the download are a .bin /.cue combo. They act much like an iso. To use these files the way they were intended, you will need a program like the free version of PowerIso or Daemon Tools, then mount the .cue file, not the .bin.
  • Open the virtual drive by going into your folders and selecting the virtual drive in question in the section on the left like you would a USB key or an external drive.
  • On the CD, you will have 4 different .exe files. The one you want is Install.exe . Right-click it then select "run as administrator" and click "Yes" on the UAC confirmation pop-up that will appear.
  • Follow the setup instructions as usual. It will install the game and this Wildtangent Webdriver, which is required in order for the game to work.
  • Download the latest version of DgVoodoo from
  • Open the .zip file you just downloaded and extract these files specifically in your Combat Medic folder, where combatmedic.exe is located :
    • dgvoodoo.exe
    • dgvoodoo.conf
    • MS\x86\ddraw.dll
    • MS\x86\D3DImm.dll (important)
    • MS\x64\D3D9.dll
  • Execute dgvoodoo.exe and in the general tab, Change the scaling mode to "stretched, keep aspect ratio". Also change it from "windowed" to "fullscreen" (important or it will crash).
  • In the Directx tab of DgVoodoo, change the following settings :
    1. Videocard : leave it to "dgvoodoo virtual 3D accelerated card" VRAM : 1024MB is more than enough
    2. Resolution : Leave it to "unforced"
    3. You can crank the texture filtering up to anisotropic 16x and antialiasing to 8x
    4. BEHAVIOR : UNCHECK both "disable Alt-Enter to toggle screen state" and "application controlled fullscreen/windowed state"
    5. Uncheck "DgVoodoo Watermark"
    6. Leave the rest the way it is
  • Once you've started a new game, you'll notice that your mouse is stuck in a small area in the top left corner of the screen and that the controls seem messed up. To fix that, press Escape on your keyboard, the game will do its thing and then open up the menu. simply go back to the game by clicking "continue". The controls will now work properly and you'll be able to "enjoy" the game in a playable state.
  • That's all!

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Comments and reviews

JC 2024-01-05 0 point

Working Win 10 as above except don't change any of the settings in dgvoodoo, just run dgvoodoo and close it down. If I applied some changes to filtering etc it would crash, but leave it as default settings and everything works.

m1rock 2022-11-02 0 point

I found the patch for this game online that fixes some of the graphical issues specifically the helicopter graphics. I tested it today and works but I still got an issue with blue and green skin textures on some characters I've yet to resolve. anyways here is the patch for the game:

m1rock 2022-11-01 0 point

I got it to run on my Windows XP PC pretty good with the exception of certain texture files missing. I actually owned this game back in the day and I still have the original disc (too scratched to read anymore) and I think I remember a patch being released for it back than but its probably lost media these days.

Michael F 2022-08-24 0 point

According to LGR, this game is unplayable. It won't start, even if you have the complete game files. Cf.

Cobra 2021-07-26 -2 points

Think the download is a bust. Contains only two files and no setup exe.

Gringo 2021-01-28 0 point

I got "unable to load Actor..." message

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