Soldiers of Fortune
DOS - 1994
Also released on: Genesis - Amiga - Amiga CD32
Description of Soldiers of Fortune
From one of the masters of the action genre comes this excellent top-down action game that is fun in solo mode and exceptional in 2-player. Choose from a handful of mercenaries, each with his/her own weapons, for a blitz through forests, enemy camps, and beyond.
The trigger-happy, kill-everything-in-sight idea is implemented to perfection, with tons of power-ups, secret items, and cool sound effects. In a departure from most action games, Chaos Engine was designed as multiplayer from the ground up - when playing in one player mode, the computer would take control of the other character, forcing a style of gameplay that was both co-operative and competitive, similar in many ways to the arcade classic Gauntlet.
The soundtrack also reacted to how well the players were doing in the game. Thumbs up!
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Comments and reviews
EldritchNexus 2021-07-03 0 point
Wrong game. This is the 1994 top-down shooter SoldierS of Fortune, also known as The Chaos Engine. The game you're referring to, Soldier of Fortune (singular), is a different and unrelated game from 2000.
Frnk 2021-01-13 -3 points DOS version
Ended up playing the Dos version which is better (faster, better music) than than Amiga version but still let down by the severe design limited 16/32 color amiga constraints.
ninakl 2020-12-19 0 point
one of the best games ever made, any year/any plattform/any cat/ try it guys its gona blow ur mind
chaba 2019-11-20 1 point
@Carlsgro are you stupid? This is years before Quake, let alone Quake II. A great game
Steven T Stellar 2017-10-17 -4 points DOS version
This game was ruined for me because of one niggle: no continues.
indstr 2014-02-11 0 point DOS version
Uh, this is not a Quake 2 clone in any way.. Especially considering Quake 1 hadn't even come out yet at this point.
Anyway, I remember it being a solid shooter.
DonGiveAShit 2013-06-30 0 point DOS version
Superior game, back in the days. Get a friend over and play it cooperatively with a joystick, because that's how it is meant to be played and if played like this, it's a heckload of fun.
Seriously, I loved this game! Probably my favorite game on the AMIGA500 back then.
@Carlsgro: NOT a Quake II clone, not even remotely.
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