The only beneficial crop in non-industrial, mountainous region of Colombia is coca – therefore 70% per cent of its society is either directly or indirectly involved in production, distribution, purification or smuggling of cocaine, which makes cartel from Medelin and other mobsters be widely supported by the Colombian society. Criminals are flooding the U.S. with drugs thus earning loads of money from that business.
You are Jack Jeffers, a captain in the Special Forces. You will be fighting alongside allied Colombian and American forces. But you’ll have special orders of your own, and you’ll have plenty of firepower at your disposal. You’ll need it. You’ll be facing a veteran mercenary army equipped with armor, missiles, and aircraft. And it’s a long way to the cartel’s headquarters: a long trek through virgin jungle, treacherous swamps, and native villages where an ambush could lurk around the next corner. On the way, you’ll assault an enemy camp, an airfield, and a cocaine processing plant. Your final objective is to storm the jungle fortress of the Bendictions cartel, and kill its bosses.
Can you make it this far? Find out now.
‘Terrorist Takedown: War in Colombia’ is the most technologically advanced proposal from the whole TT series. CEO of City Interactive sp z o.o, Marek Tyminski commented: ‘Terrorist Takedown: War in Colombia’ is the milestone on its way to the highest quality of games published by our company. It makes use of a developed Chrome engine, which is famous for generating brilliant and incredibly realistic greenery. As the newest version of the Terrorist Takedown series puts gamers in the middle of Colombian rainforest, we have decided to use that particular technology. The game is going to provide a few hours of total demolition where agility and cunning will count more than other skills. We do hope that our game is not going to let down even the most picky gamers who were not fully satisfied with other games from that series.”
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