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Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games

Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games is an DOS strategy game set in South America, developed by Sir-tech Software, designed by Ian Currie, Linda Currie, Shaun Lyng and published by Virgin Interactive in 1996. Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games includes a level editor. Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games is also part of the Jagged Alliance series.
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What magazines wrote about it

"Basically Deadly Games is a turn based, objective driven, small team, strategy game the likes of which we have all seen before. Usually this genre is quite dull and dry, but Deadly Games has had a major injection of personality to give it a lot more substance than most other games of this style put together." - PC Powerplay (1996)

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Additional info

Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: cd-rom

Also published for: windows

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