Army Men Operation Green contains 15 levels that are set in 5 different climate environments.
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Army Men: Operation Green is a top-down shooter video game developed by Pocket Studios and published by The 3DO Company exclusively for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in North America on December 3, 2001 and in Europe on March 15, 2002. It is part of the Army Men series of video games created by The 3DO Company, which is based on army men toys. It is the second game in the series for the Game Boy Advance, after the 2001 release, Army Men Advance. The player controls a lone green army men soldier in tan army men soldier territory. The green soldier must complete objectives across 15 levels in order for the player to complete the game.
Reception was mixed, noting that the game was an improvement over others in the Army Men video game series, but still finding fault with the game’s level design and missions. The player fights the tan army men soldiers in the game. The player controls a green army men soldier fighting by themselves against the tan army men in their territory. The game tasks the player with completing objectives. There are four different tasks the game assigns the player: search and rescue, search and destroy, delivery, and escort missions.
The search and rescue missions task players with finding an item or person on the map and then bringing them back to the player’s base. Search and destroy involves destroying a specified target to end the level. Both delivery and escort require the player to protect an object, vehicle, or person and bring them safely to a specific area on the map. Army Men: Operation Green contains 15 levels that are set in 5 different climate environments. Although the game has a top-down perspective, the player controls their green army men character like they would in a first-person shooter.
The player must fight through a mass of enemies using a variety of weapons to complete their objectives, and then move onto the next level. The weapons include a standard handgun, bazooka, grenade, flamethrower, knife, and a minesweeper; the game allows players to cycle through weapons they have picked up with the “Select” button. IGN’s Craig Harris noted the gameplay’s similarity to the Army Men‘s Game Boy Color games. In order to save progress through the game’s 15 levels, the game uses a password system instead of a normal save game system.
Army Men - Operation Green
North America: December 3, 2001
Game Boy Advance
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