Jungle Strike

  • Electronic Arts

  • FormatVideo Game
  • TypeShooter
  • SystemConsole

After the success of Desert Strike, Electronic Arts followed up with a sequel a year later in the form of Jungle Strike. 

Taking an already stellar game and adding extra flair!
Stuart Richards

Released in 1993, Jungle Strike featured not one, but two antagonists: Ibn Kilbaba, the son of Desert Strike's bad guy, sought vengeance for his father's death, whilst Carlos Ortega, a notorious drug lord, jumped upon the opportunity to stop America from interfering with his drugs trade. 

Jungle Strike kept the same outstanding game play seen in its predecessor and added a host of levels, objectives weapons and vehicles for good measure. Players could now control a hovercraft, a motorbike, and a stealth plane! 

Jumping into your Comanche Helicopter, the first mission called for swift defence of the Whitehouse and some of America's most prized monuments. As the game progressed, momentum was soon wrestled from the terrorist's grasp, with Kilbaba getting a taste of his own medicine as attacks on his bases soon followed. 

Taking an already stellar game and adding extra flair, Jungle Strike set an even higher benchmark for not only flying games and shooters, but games in general.

Review by -  Stuart Richards

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  • Electronic Arts

  • FormatVideo Game
  • TypeShooter
  • SystemConsole

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