FAQ/Walkthrough by KChang

Updated: 12/28/04 | Printable Version

                   "Shadow Force: Razor Unit"
             a.k.a. "Delta Ops: Army Special Forces"
                Unofficial Strategy Guide and FAQ
                         by Kasey Chang
                   released December 27, 2004

0    Introduction
This section is for "what the FAQ is about" and things like that.
Feel free to skip this section.

If you like the FAQ, please send me a dollar. :-)  See [0.3]

This FAQ is about Shadow Force: Razor Unit, the budget shooter
from Activision Value, created by Fun Labs (of Romania). It was
also republished as "Delta Ops: Army Special Forces" as the other
title was not... military enough. It may also be known as
"Operation: Shadow Force".


There doesn't seem to be any FAQ for this budget game, so here it

This is a FAQ, NOT a manual. Not that you really need a manual to
play this budget shooter.

This USG only covers the PC Version, which is the only one that

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I am just a game player who decided to write my own FAQs when the
ones I find don't cover what I want to see.  Lots of people like
what I did, so I kept doing it.

Previously, I've written Unofficial Strategy Guides (USGs) for
XCOM, XCOM2:TFTD, Wing Commander, Wing Commander 2, Wing
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The Sting!, Terranova, Fallout Tactics, Starfleet Command Volume
II, DS9: The Fallen, DS9: Dominion War, Driver, Warlords:
Battlecry, Monopoly Tycoon, Dungeon Siege, and a few others. At
least count, that's 58 FAQs (this makes it 59).

To contact me, see 0.4 above.


Fun Labs is the creator of Shadow Force: Razor Unit. While the
game may be known under other titles, I'll refer to it by its
original name.

Activision Value is the publisher of Shadow Force: Razor Unit

This USG is not endorsed or authorized by either company.

The information compiled in this USG has been gathered
independently through the author's efforts except where noted

This document is based on the latest patch (V1.2), available on
Fun Lab's website.


27-DEC-2004         Initial release

1    RU General Info


Q: Can you send me the game (or portions thereof)?
A: No. It's like $10 or less in local stores.

Q: Can you send me the manual? (or portions thereof)
A: No. You don't need it. The controls are all listed in the game
and configurable.

Q: Can you tell me how to play the game?
A: Read the manual please.

Q: How big is the install?
A: About 484 MB.

Q: Is there a patch?
A: V1.2 patch is available at Fun Lab's website

Q: What's the difference among the difficulty levels?
A: How easy you die, mainly, and how accurate the enemy is.

Q: Where is the pause button?
A: P, or hit ESC to pop up the in-game menu.

Q: How do I save while inside a mission?
A: You can't. Finish the mission by fulfilling all objectives.

Q: How do I heal myself?
A: You can't. There are no medpacks in the game. Finish the
mission and you'll be fully healed for the next mission.


Fun Labs is a relatively young software company from Romania.
Their only previous credit was developing "Secret Service" for
Activision Value.

RU enjoyed three separate releases under three separate names.

The original release was "Shadow Force Razor Unit".

It was bundled with other games and retitled "Operation: Shadow

Later it was reissued as "Delta Ops: Army Special Forces".

Please read the web pages that come with the game. It explains a
bit about the guns and other weapons in the game.


Straight from the README file










450MB FREE HARD DRIVE SPACE (not including swap file)













450MB FREE HARD DRIVE SPACE (not including swap file)





RU is basically a military-themed shooter.

You are one of the combat air controllers embedded with US
Special Operations forces. You are basically an Air Force
commando. You are dropped with special operations forces to help
them fulfill their objectives by calling in air support. You are
fully commando-trained, and you have your gun(s) to protect
yourself, of course.


From the README of Patch V1.2

* included sound update which enhances EAX3 presets

* fixed some very rare memory leaks

* fixed the game crash when playing with 'Character Damage' set
to animation


No expansion packs or sequels. This is, after all, a budget game.

2    Your weapons and equipment
You are pretty fully equipped for the job you need to do. You
usually have one long gun, one short gun, your knife, and two
special equipment slots, usually one is grenade and the last one
is anything else you may need, like laser designator.

Each mission may start you with a different gun. This cannot be

From time to time, Wolfman, your "advisor", will jump in with a
few comments of his own, like this:

Wolfman says: Pay attention, soldier! Stay with burst (3-round
bursts) and you should have plenty of ammo for all the targets,
though scavenging enemy weapons is quite possible and may be
needed later.

2.1   LONG GUN (1)

You can only be equipped with one long gun at a time, which could
be shotgun, assault rifle (M-4, AK-47, or XM36), or
submachineguns (Uzi, MP5, etc.). Usually you get this preset and
cannot be changed.

Most guns have two modes: pointed, vs. aimed.

Pointed just means the gun is in patrol position, aimed forward,
but not at your shoulder. Accuracy is somewhat lower in that

Aimed means the weapon is at your shoulder and you are looking
through the sights now. If the weapon has zoom scopes, this will
engage it as well.

Most guns can also change firing modes. Depending on the gun, you
may have choice among single shot, 3-round burst, or full auto.

Wolfman says: you want the gun that offers burst mode unless you
KNOW you can find plenty of ammo for it! Full auto "rock-and-
roll" may be fun, but it's a waste of ammo.

2.1.1     M-4
Your normal assault rifle, this one is the shorter "carbine"
version. Nothing too special about it, decent accuracy even at
long ranges. Has burst mode.

2.1.2     AK-47 (M1947)
The AK has the nasty habit of "muzzle climb" if you shoot
multiple shots. So aim low and let the muzzle climb bring the
bullets up into the target.

2.1.3     XM36 UDR
Has a nice scope, otherwise not too special. Has burst mode.

2.1.4     MP5-SD
It has an integral silencer, otherwise not too special. Has burst

2.1.5     Uzi
Nothing too special, as it's basically a very short single-handed

2.1.6     M5 sniper rifle
Hold down the secondary (aim mode) button to zoom in. A quick tap
means no zoom, while a long click means maximum zoom.

No auto fire, single shot only.

2.2   PISTOL (2)

Your personal defense weapon is your final line of defense...
except your Gerber combat knife. You don't have that many rounds
for it, so it is strictly for "last resort".

Wolfman says: it's also useful for times when you need to shoot
something, but don't want to use your main gun's ammo. Close-
quarters combat is best done with pistol unless you have an
assault rifle.

2.3   KNIFE (3)

Your Gerber combat knife is your last line of defense. Best used
VERY quietly... Then SLASH!

Wolfman: combine with crouch so you can sneak up on somebody.


Just turn it on and turn night into... not-quite-day. Fortunately
the batteries never run out during the game. And it even works
when wet! Absolutely needed in caves, and at night.

Wolfman says: a flashlight aimed at you will blind you
temporarily. Spray bullets in the direction of the light and
start dodging and hope for lucky hit!


You have a 10X binoc compatible with your night-vis equipment.

Wolfman says: use binocs before approaching the area. Its 10X
zoom is more powerful than any zoom you got on your gun sight.


Your frag grenades have two triggers... One starts the fuse (i.e.
pulls the pin), and the other one throws (and starts the fuse if
you haven't done that already).

You may want to cook the grenade, which means pull the pin, hold
it for a few seconds, before throwing it.  This way it explodes
almost immediately dropping without giving the enemy a chance to
dodge or even throw it back.


Laser designator has limited number of uses. Make sure you have
the target correctly sighted, and use the aimed view so you get a
clear view. Then bracket the target in the diamond reticule, and
click "fire" to designate.


You can use these in training, but otherwise, nothing to them.

3    Wolfman's Tactics


You should reload your gun whenever you see a lull in fighting.
You never know where the next enemy may be. It's BAD to run out
of bullets when there are still enemies in front of you.



To shoot accurately, shoot a couple rounds, move aside, then
shoot again.

You may see the AI do this to you. Emulate them. Fire off 3-5
rounds, strafe left or right, shoot a couple more. Better than
holding down the trigger and waste ammo.


You can setup ambushes in corridors, when enemies must come at
you single-file, making the job of shooting them MUCH easier. Go
out to offer them a peek (or shoot them!) and retreat.

Similarly, you can setup near corners and shoot them as they
round the corner.


One of the best ways to surprise someone in a room is to go in
prone and shoot up. Most of enemy shots will go over you.

If you add movement from side to side, you can avoid even more

Move from side to side also works for when you're crouched or


You have a note book, so read it! It tells you what you need to
do (mission objectives) as well as give you a rough map on where
things are.


To have him hold still, just "activate" him. Activate him again
to cancel (so he'll follow).

4     Enemies

5    Walkthru for Single Player Campaign
The simple player campaign is actually a series of missions
chained together in a loose story.


Background: you will designate the two AAA sites as well as the
COMM facility for air attack. The Rangers are busy keeping the
tangos away and you will have to deal with any in you way on your

Mission objectives: designate both AAA sites for destruction,
designate comm facility for destruction, reach valley to escape.

Starting Equipment: XM36 assault rifle in (1), 3 grenades in (4),
and laser designator in (5).

You start in a small valley. Check your notebook now. You should
see that the map is H-shaped. You will pass the depot as you
approach the AAA. The 2 AAA are to the west, and the comm
facility is to the east (but only accessible via a path from
north). The escape path is to the north as well. This suggests
that you should clear the depot, then go west and take out the
AAA's, then north and around to take out the comm facility, and
finally, escape.

Get the binocs out and scan forward periodically. You should see
bad guys in front. Follow the path, and you should see the tower.
At least one guy will be on the tower scanning the surroundings,
and other guys will be on the ground patrolling.

For now, approach the tower, and take out the guard on top from a
distance (use aimed shot, single shot, and zoom), then any one
that approaches you. More guards may approach from the west. Take
them out. Approach and clear the other tower as well. The depot
is unmanned so don't worry about it.

When you almost come to the first tower, it's time to turn west.
Go past the barrels and boxes, and you're almost at the southern
AAA. Look around carefully, make sure no one will shoot you in
the back while you designate the target. Then use the designator
and designate the AAA, and watch the fireworks.

Switch back to rifle now, as you will likely see more guards.
Head north a bit (watch for guards hiding among the oil tanks
just to west), and repeat with the other AAA site. Your first
primary objective is complete!

Now it's time to approach the comm facility. It's actually on a
hill, one path leading up. Switch to 3-round burst for medium
range work. Take out any guards in your way, as well as those you
can see. Any one you shoot now will not bother you later. Go
southeast, then northeast east from the northern AAA, through the
valley, and turn north. You should be able to spot a small bunker
up on a hillside, with a guard. Take him out from a distance. Go
there carefully, then turn 180, and you should see the path
heading up.

Go up the path carefully, take out the guards, and you should
spot the comm facility. Designate it and watch it get hit. And
your second primary objective is complete!

Now come back down the hill, and approach that bunker carefully.
It should be unmanned, but it never hurts to be sure. Then
approach the wall in the valley to reach escape zone and finish
the mission.

5.2   RUINS

Background: you were separated from the Rangers during the
confusion and you have lost your radio. You fall back to the
alternate rally point, hoping to contact the friendly forces.

Mission objectives: establish contact with friendly forces,

Starting Equipment: m4 carbine in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

You start in the ruins of an old army base. It's nighttime, and
things are quiet... TOO quiet. You should have been challenged by
Ranger patrols and guards upon arrival, but you've heard nothing.
What is going on?

Turn on night-vis and arm your rifle in 3-round burst mode. Turn
around and look for a flight of stairs going up. Continue
forward, turn left and continue, and you should see another set
of stairs going up. Go up, and you should come to a hole in the
floor leading to a room downstairs.

Drop into the room, and explore it a bit. You should locate
another room with a big hole in the ceiling. There are some
jagged bricks/rocks on the wall that serves as sort of a stairs
that you can use to jump and reach the uppermost piece in the
corner, and from there, you can jump to that larger piece. (Yes,
it's jump-able. Practice!)

Once you're there, you should be at a set of stairs going down to
your right. Go down, continue forward, and you should see a set
of stairs down, as you see a door a bit of the left at the lower
level. As you approach the stairs, you heard yourself say:
"Something is wrong, I know it!" And then tangos started walking
through the door. So... blast them! Take out 3 of them, and
perhaps more right at the door.

Come down slowly, look in direction of the door, and you may spot
another guy just beyond the door. Take him out too, but don't
approach the door just yet. The door may have more enemies on the
other side.

Watch for guards on both lower and upper level at the door. After
you take them out, go past the door (not through!) and enter this
"courtyard" with the columns. Kill one guy here if you haven't
already. You should come to this hole in the wall where you can
shoot 3 bad guys on the other side. Do so. When you're sure it's
clear, go back to the door.

Now go down and turn left, then go through the tunnel, and turn
left into empty room. You should see ladder on right wall. Climb
and go right. You've come to where you shot the 3 guys dead. Turn
left and eliminate one tango hiding behind the wall. He'll shoot
you through the hole in the wall if you don't take him out now.

Now go the opposite way, and you are on a ledge where you can see
that door you can through (and the pile of bodies at the door).
Look down the path instead, and get your rifle ready. There may
be one bad guy just in front/right at lower level. You should be
able to put a bullet in his face. Now turn right 90 degrees, and
look for the next wall. Use lean-left to look around the
corner... and kill 3-4 bad guys, as they walk there one at a

Now head back to the path, and point left a bit, take out one
tango to left, and head downstairs. You should see the door
leading outside. However, don't go outside yet. There are lots of
enemies outside, multiple shotguns, assault rifles, Uzi's and
more. Shoot them from inside as much as possible, maybe even toss
a grenade or two.

When the outside is clear, go outside, and you'll see the stairs
to your right leading down into the tunnel into the catacombs.
Head down, and you end the level!


Background: You've made it into the catacombs. See if you can
figure out how to get out of the tunnels.

Mission objectives: You'll have to escape from one section of
catacomb to exit, across the bridge, prevent pursuit (hmmm...),
and make it to the exit in the other section

Starting Equipment: M4 carbine in (1), 3 grenades in (4).

You start in the torch lit tunnel same as end of previous
mission. Check your notebook now. See the map? You have to go
through this one section, make it out the tunnel, across the
bridge, prevent pursuit (by blowing up the bridge, most likely),
go into the other tunnel, kill guards there, and make it to the
"possible exit".

Arm rifle, 3-round burst mode again. Tunnel makes a left, and a
door to your left just after the turn. Inside are 2 bad guys.
Waste them.

Continue down corridor and it turns right. Around the corner are
3 more bad guys. Waste them. Two of the tunnels are blocked in
the intersection, leaving you just one path. So continue. Keep
moving and killing tangos until you come to this T intersection.
Continue forward a bit and zoom in a bit to left. You should see
2 tangos next to a campfire. Take them out. More may investigate,
take them out too. Then go left and watch for guards in the
water. Take them out. Move to the campfire, and beyond that to
left is the exit tunnel.

Make sure nobody will shoot you in the back, then approach the
tunnel carefully, shoot a guard in the tunnel, and follow it, and
you're at the bridge... But two bunkers guard the bridge, one on
your side and one on the other side. There are two guards on the
far bunker (elevated), and more guards will approach from the
other tunnel. Stay in your tunnel and take care of those you can
see. Once the cost is clear, turn right and strafe left, as
there's likely a guard in the bunker on this side you need to

Now you can cross the bridge, but likely there's one bad guy in
the bunker cowering. Head up there and put him out of his misery.
The ladder is also an excellent spot to arm your grenade and
throw it. So toss the grenade at the bridge, and hide in the
bunker. Boom! The bridge is down and pursuit is no more. Primary
objective complete!

NOTE: if you don't blow up the bridge, you cannot escape!

Continue into the tunnel on this side, and clear out any guards
you see. Don't bother with the storage room as there's nobody
there. Just head into that side room like the map says and the
mission will end.


Background: Make it through outskirts of city to reach local
resistance leader

Mission Objectives: reach the exit zone

Starting Equipment: AK-47 in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

There are civilians, so don't shoot everybody you see. Bad guys
hide on upper stories so any one NOT on ground floor is fair
game. Any one with a gun is also fair game. Shoot them all.

The map's useless, so don't bother. Explore every branch to make
sure no one will shoot you from behind. Kill more bad guys until
you come to the final exit. Enough said.

5.5   BAZAAR

Background: Contact the resistance leader who'll direct you to
the safehouse. Make sure you are NOT followed!

Mission objective: contact resistance leader in merchant zone,
make it to safehouse

Starting Equipment: AK-47 in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

You start out UNarmed, and you should stay that way as much as
possible! However, bad guys will detect you, and if so, back up
really fast, pull out your weapon, and engage!

Check the notebook immediately. You can see you have a map of the
area already. While it's not to scale, it's close enough to show
you the rough area.

Your objective is the merchant area, and you need to go through a
kind of maze to get there. Locate the fruit symbols, which will
take you to the merchant district. Remember, NO GUNS unless
people point guns at you. Keep exploring until you locate the
stairs up, and talk to the big bald guy. He's probably talking
with someone else too. He'll tell you to go to the safehouse.

Then take the opposite exit (do NOT backtrack!) and continue down
the path, taking out guards if you must. Guards on rooftops are a
real pain as they may engage you, so you may want to engage them

When you're at the final set of stairs down, guards will appear
from the left, and 2 BLUE-clad civilians holding something
(knife? cell phone?) will follow you. Take them all down, but do
NOT shoot any one else. Civilians (normal ones) will be in the
area and panicking from the gun battle.

Once that's done, follow the path to a chain-link fence door,
which swings open. Head inside, and your mission's done!


Background: The resistance will help you... but only if you help
them do a few things... First, steal some explosives from the
army depot.

Mission objective: Obtain at least 4 explosive packs, escape from
the depot

Starting Equipment: MP5-SD in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

You start just outside the wall. The rebel will give you a radio
so you can listen in on the bad guy's radio traffic... Basically
it lets you know when the alarm will be raised, but not good for
anything else. Language sounds authentic. They'll ask for Ahmed
on the radio. They try a couple times... No answer, then alarm is

Arm your MP5-SD and get ready. Turn around and you'll see a hole
in the wall next to the bush. Go through (by crouching). Turn
right, and head to the wall. Turn left, and hold. There's one guy
coming from the far left. If he sees you, you're toast, as you're
standing right next to the barracks.

Give him a few seconds to pass, lean out to make sure he's gone,
then rush into that door you see directly in front. You're in a
two-story building. Stay on first floor. You should come to a
corridor, with doors on your left and right. Head for the one on
the right, and go inside.

Now this part is tricky. I haven't gotten past this point without
killing someone, but if you can, it'd be better. Any way, you
need to get into the other part of the base, and the only way I
can see is through that window that's flapping in the sandstorm.
To do that, you can prop a chair next to it. However, that
exposes you to the guy on the water tower. So you will have to
shoot him... unless you know of another way past this guy.

Any way, once you past him run really fast between the container
and the building in front, and follow the past right, then left,
then left. Keep running, until you come to the truck. Turn left,
and head into the door. Kill guards as you go, as the alarm is
likely raised by now. Once into the door, go through next door,
kill guards inside the warehouse (at least 3) and you can explore
the warehouse at your leisure for explosives. You should find at
least TEN packs, more than you need really. Grab all of them any

Now the hard part is making your way back out. The only way I
know of is to kill everybody in the base you have access to
(including the guys on towers), then move a chair from the
"dining room" to the other side of that window and climb back in
that way. It takes a LONG time to move that chair so I doubt you
can do it stealthily any way.

Once you're back through, kill guards in the building, then wait
at the door to be ready to kill the guards in the barracks that
you passed on the way in. Go out the door to tease them, and then
come back in and shoot them at the door as they approach. Use
lots of ammo as there's nothing after this. Once that's clear, go
back through the hole and the mission's done!


Background: The rebels wish to witness your prowess... They want
you to blow up the refinery with the explosives from the previous
mission. See the objectives.

Mission objective: destroy at least 4 tank control wheels/valves,
plant explosives in the main and auxiliary consoles, plant
explosives in the two surface control consoles, escape (be back
at the entrance area in 2 minutes or else!)

Starting Equipment: MP5-SD in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

This mission is not that tough, but you MAY run out of ammo and
be forced to use one of the other guns lying around. Also,
recognizing the objectives will not be easy.

First, the control wheels / valves are located in groups of 3, on
a small platform about a man's height off the ground. They are
attached to 3 large brown tanks. To sabotage the wheel, you have
to shoot it off. I wouldn't waste the MP5 ammo on this. Pull out
your pistol and pump 7 shots into the wheel, which should be
enough to remove it. Repeat for the other 2. Locate another group
and do the same, and you're done with that objective.

As for the consoles, you have four places you need to drop
explosives in... The MAIN control room in the basement of the
main building (in the "far" section"), the auxiliary control
console is just above it (you see it as you enter the building to
lower left).

The two surface control stations are simpler. One is the building
you start next to, and the other one... Looks just the same in
the other section of the base.

Now back to the mission... Remember the starting spot, as you
have to be back here after you dropped off the last explosive in
less than 2 minutes (or else!) And no, you don't get a timer.

Any way, you start right next to a surface control room, but I
would leave this for last. There is no alarm system in place,
just patrols, and you can kill anyone you see. There are no
civilians in the refinery.

Peek around the corner, and turn right to see section one of the
refinery. There's a guardhouse ahead, feel free to kill everybody
inside. With surprise on your side it should be easy. However,
watch out for patrols. Kill them from a distance, and watch for
snipers on top of the towers. There's plenty of them around. Pick
them off before you get close enough.

You should see one of the triple-tanks with the platform up. Go
up, scan around for enemies, take them out when you see them from
a distance. When done, pull out your pistol and take off those
control wheels. You got three, so you need one more. Switch back
to MP5SD and approach the gate to the other section of the base.

This base is a bit more patrolled, but you should be able to spot
the guards long before they see you and shoot at you. Your
objective is that big building you see right in front of you. The
only way in is through a small guardhouse attached to it on one
side. There are guards on the roof as well, so be careful when
moving around.

You MAY want to take out the other surface station (easy to
spot), and the other control wheel(s) first. They're adjacent to
the main building. When ready, approach the main building.

Get into the guardhouse and kill guards. Then kill guards in the
main room. You may need to turn on your night-vis, as it's dark-
red inside.

Now it gets tricky. Follow the stairs down, and you'll see you're
on a mezzanine floor with a door, then you can reach ground
floor, so to speak.

Go to ground floor first and drop the explosive on the small
control console. That's the auxiliary console finished. Now climb
back up and go through the mezzanine door. You should see a
window. A guard should be behind it, kill him. Follow the
corridor turn left, and go in the first door on your left. You're
at the main control room. Drop the explosive anywhere... (just
USE the console), and the light goes out. However, nightvis may
not be advisable, as the guards will be soon prowling the place
with flashlights. Get ready by the door.

Two to three guards should approach the door soon. Shoot them
before they blind you with their flashlights. Go back the way you
came (through the mezzanine door) and get out of the building.

If you've previous finished the other surface station on this
side of the fence as well as found one more control wheel to take
off, then the only thing left on the list is that final surface
station next to where we started. Else, carefully search the
premise and finish off anything you need on this side of the
fence. Guards will be roaming the place so take them out as you
can. You may need to switch guns with one of the guards now as
your MP5SD ammo should be running low unless you have much better
fire discipline than I do.

Any way, go back through the double door into first section of
the base. Follow the road back to the surface control room, and
drop the explosive on the console, and then run out side, double
back and stop by the side of the building. You're back where you
started, and the mission ends!


Background: Rebels have learned that tangos have captured one of
the special forces soldiers. They will help you mount a rescue

Mission objective: locate the special forces soldier in the
stronghold, locate the radio, escape through main stronghold

Starting Equipment: AK-47 in (1), 3 grenades in (4)

This one is run and gun all the way, lots of enemies around. As
stealth is not a concern, you have PLENTY of ammo so kill
everybody holding a gun. There are no friendlies except for this
one guy, and he's deep into the compound.

I suggest you shoot a couple rounds at the corner you have turned
as a marker on where you have been exploring. I must admit I
almost got lost in the maze of levels until I came up with the
marker idea.

Basically, you will have to shoot everybody in the compound
except this one special forces guy. Be careful as some enemies
can be hidden behind those wooden screens. Fortunately, you can
shoot through them as well.

Arm your AK and look left a bit, you'll see the side entrance.
Blast it and kill the guards behind it, then wait for the plaza
guards to show up, kill them too.

Now run inside and look for the first door up. Your first
objective is the radio. It's not on your objective list yet, but
don't worry, just remember the spot as you'll be back for it
later. Climb the stairs and keep shooting guards. Hopefully
you'll catch them with their backs turned. Keep going room to
room, dodging whenever you heard shots as they have only one
target: you! Mark area you've been, and you should find plenty of
ammo to go around.

Eventually you'll end up in a building with THREE floors. The
special forces guy is in the living room, just STANDING there, no
guards. (huh?) Don't go near him yet. Instead, run past him and
clear out the rest of the building, including outside.

By this time, you should have cleared the entire map of enemy
presence, so go back up and activate him, and he'll tell you that
the bad guys took his radio. So "use" him, and he'll follow you.
If he doesn't, go up and give him a nudge (just physically run
into him).

Now you need to backtrack to the HQ, grab his radio, and make
your way out of the stronghold main gate, and that's it!


Background: We will eliminate the terrorist garrison in order to
nab the terrorist leader. First we eliminate his guards stationed

Mission objective: eliminate forward guards, eliminate ALL

Starting Equipment: M5 sniper rifle, 3 grenades in (4), laser
designator in (5)

This one is fun, as you don't have enough ammo for search and
destroy, so you have to take out as many from afar as you can. If
you feel like doing run and gun, you could take out the enemies
first, then take one of the gun dropped and do it that way, but
that's not as much fun, actually. The fun is watching the bodies
fly when you put the laser on and watch the air strike comes in!
You only have 100 rounds of sniper rifle ammo, so make them

Any way, pull out your pistol and slowly approach the corner to
left. There are three guys there around the fire. Kill them all.

Now use the sniper rifle and take out the guy in the tower, and
designate the main tent below you for an air strike. Quickly or
the enemies may disperse.

Now look beyond the tent, and you should see a hillside bunker to
left, with at least three guys in it. Kill them with sniper rifle
quickly before they figure out where the shots are coming from.
Else they'll come after you!

Also kill the guard by the gate to your right.

Now the down below is clear, so head down, and make sure you
killed everybody. Use your pistol, save the sniper rifle ammo for

Head toward that hillside bunker. That's the perfect place to
watch the comm facility just beyond it. As it has only maybe 4
guys I'd go in there and shoot them personally rather than waste
an air strike on it, but it's up to you. You can find one of the
rapid-grenade-throwers in there, but you'll have to lose the
rifle, not worth it IMHO. There are one tango on top, two on main
level, and one inside. You can take them all out from afar.

Now turn 180 degrees and follow the path. You should see the
jail. The door is not solid, but rather prison bars. Take out the
guards, and DO NOT call air strike on this one, as there are two
civilians inside. Go in personally and clear it. There's just a
few guys in there, your pistol can handle them, or drop your
rifle and pick an AK for this job. Get your rifle back later.

Now go past the jail, past the camo-net'ed jeep, and up the hill
to your right. You're at the bridge, and this is the BIG
facility. Now you wish you had saved the air strikes, right?
Designate the building just below the bridge, the big tents, and
the cargo/outhouse just beyond that if you got them remaining.
Yes, use all of them. Switch to rifle and start shooting tower
guards, and any one else you see. Hopefully the air strike will
catch most of them.

Stay on the ridge and snipe below and take out as many as you
can. Then circle the place and look in for more targets. Shoot
any flashlights and such. You don't need NV for this mission so
you won't be blinded at all.

Now just head down hill and mop up, explore every building,
including the outhouses. Once you took them all out, the mission


Background: It's time to take on the terrorist leader. The main
Ranger force will attack the other part of town, hopefully draw
off most of the guards. You will sneak in the backdoor, take out
as many guards as you can and wait for the Delta Force operators
to get in there and retrieve you.

Mission objective: eliminate personal guards, locate terrorist
leader, hold until Delta Force operators arrive

Starting Equipment: M4 carbine, 3 grenades in (4)

You start just outside the citadel. Look through that hole in
wall to your right. You should see a tango. Shoot him. Shoot four
more tangos in the large room.

Go for the exit, but go backwards up the stairs, and very slowly.
There's one guy on the other side of that window you want to kill
ASAP. If you see top of his head, shoot it.

Go out the door, and you come to a corridor with 2 exits to left.
Two tangos are down on the first left exit, shoot them before
they shoot back. If you got only one, back up and the other one
should appear momentarily. Now go for the other exit and kill one
guy on the far corner.

The next parts are confusing without visual references, so I
won't bother giving you the left and right turns. Suffice to say,
take your time, check every corner and take out as many guards as
you can. Climb every stairs, check every room. Mark the rooms
you've been to. You should find plenty of tangos to kill. You
don't know which are the personal guards, so just kill as many as
you can, then kill some more.

If you see a tower, try getting to it and climbing it. It gives
you a good view of what's nearby. Take out the guard on top
first, of course.

Eventually you will come to a tent with some crates nearby.
There's a few guards here, at least one in the tent. Next to that
is a courtyard surrounded by walls, and if you go through, you'll
find 7 to 9 guards in there, plus a sniper on the balcony, and
the fight will be nasty. It's better if you can locate the
"backdoor", and take them on one at a time from the backdoor
(which is off to the side).

Watch for the sniper on the balcony in the courtyard!

Clear the courtyard, and locate the arch that leads to a
backyard, and two more guards. Kill them.

Back to the courtyard... You should have noticed the stairs going
up. I hope you aren't too wounded, as this next part may be a bit
tricky. You may be out of ammo for the M4 here, so you may want
to switch to the AK now. Should be plenty left in the courtyard.

Run up there and you should see the terrorist leader. He counts
as a civilian, so you can't shoot him! And he wanders all over
the place too! Now you've found him... Get your AK on auto and
face the far wall... Which soon slides open to reveal two MORE
tangos inside! Shoot them quickly!

(Do NOT go onto the balcony! You'll get cut to pieces by the
guards that suddenly appear on the roof along with RPG's!)

Now comes the fun part... You don't really have to do this, but
it's more realistic if you do. Push the table and the chair to
the entrance to form a barricade, and wait for a little while as
you point your gun at the stairs down.

When the time is up, you then get a cutscene of the Delta boys
arriving, and that's the end of the mission!

6    Multiplayer
No info at this time, as I don't play multiplayer much, if at

7       Miscellaneous


During the game press ~ (the tilde, usually below the ESC key)
and type in the console:

Code Effect

aiDisableEars  Enemies cannot hear

aiDisableEyes  Enemies cannot see

god  God Mode

giveall() Lets you use all of the weapons during the game and
gives you 1000 rounds each

noclip    Walk through walls

7.2   TRIVIA

This 3D engine is not based on any existing engine, but custom
developed by FUN Labs. It supports TnL if you got it, custom
lighting, shadows, reflections, ragdoll physics, and other
physics. It does resemble Quake engine in certain aspects.

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