Beach Head 2000
Beach Head 2000 is a no-nonsense 3D first-person shooter, an injection of shocking adrenaline, where a lone fighter defends an island against an onslaught of endlessly arriving enemies.
A large-caliber machine gun is mounted on a sandy beach. The soldier fires at enemy infantry, helicopters, and tracked armored personnel carriers.
Targeted fire will help win. Contact your allies by radio and tell them the coordinates at which to hit with the rocket. A powerful grenade launcher will blow up an entire enemy platoon. It's important not to waste projectiles - the game encourages marksmanship. A personal pistol will help in close combat.
Assume what drives a fighter who does not surrender:
- A sense of mission exceptionalism
- High morale
- Brutal anger
The hero will earn many points and receive the promised medals. Women will admire the defender. Soldiers need fame, good health, and high pay. It is up to the player whether he will retire happily or be killed by a bayonet knife.
Hiding from enemy lead bullets will not work. Shoot back well and survive. The main character firmly believes that the mission will be accomplished.
The gameplay of Beach Head 2000 is reminiscent of Operation: Blockade.
Processor: PC compatible, Pentium II 233 MHz (Pentium II 266 MHz or faster recommended), 32 MB RAM
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode