CT Special Forces ROM

CT Special Forces rom
When focusing on the main objectives, CT Special Forces is about 2 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 3 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
CT Special Forces has 4 missions, each with its own theme: snow mountain, desert, jungle and a city. A password system is provided (the password is displayed after the completion of every mission).
You use the parachute by pressing 'A' when it says go. Do it too late or too early and you will die.

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Also, be sure to check out CT Special Forces 2 – Back in the Trenches.

CT Special Forces is a run-and-gun video game for the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation developed by LSP Games (Light and Shadow Productions) and published by Hip Interactive. The game spawned three sequels: Back to Hell, Bioterror, and Fire for Effect. CT Special Forces is a side-scrolling platform shooter that has a superficial similarity to the games of the Metal Slug series. The player controls an operative of a counter-terrorist force on a mission around the globe to stop terrorist activity and arrest its leaders.

The digital pad moves the character, while the B button shoots the weapon and the A button makes the character jump. The character can’t shoot downwards. The L trigger cycles through the inventory (displayed on the top-left corner of the screen) and the R trigger throws grenades (when they are available). By selecting an ammunition type, the character uses the corresponding weapon (gas canisters for the flamethrower, machine gun pents for that weapon, etc). The default rifle has an infinite number of bullets.

Other items include a grappling rope and a pair of handcuffs to arrest surrended enemies. Ammunition and health packs are scattered throughout the levels, as are proximity mines and assorted enemies. The regular gameplay is occasionally broke by mini-games and entirely different sections: when the character collides with a reticule placard, the game switches to a first-person shooting gallery where the player has to shoot down a certain number of terrorists and rescue the hostages. When colliding with a parachute, two gauges with a red line on the middle appear on the screen.

The one on the left measures the position of the falling character and the one on the right measures height. The character must be guided to the right spot, and the shooting button must be pressed when both gauges reach the red bar. Some mission stages change the game to a vertical shooter that recalls Tiger-Heli and similar games, where the player controls a helicopter viewed from the top. The game has 4 missions, each with its own theme: snow mountain, desert, jungle, and city. A password system is provided (the password is displayed after the completion of every mission).

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CT Special Forces

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Release Date

Europe: July 12, 2002
North America: January 2, 2004


Run and Gun


Light and Shadow Productions


Game Boy Advance




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