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Friday, February 11, 2005  

Your Most Powerful Weapon.
12:00 AM EST | Brad Custer

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Close Combat: First To Fight from MacSoft Games is a tactical first-person shooter in which you lead a four-man fire team in close-quarters urban combat in the streets and buildings of Beirut. It was created with the help of more than 40 active-duty U.S. Marines fresh from firefights in the Middle East and will be used by the United States Marine Corps for training. You and your fire team are not alone. You are part of the Marine Air Ground Task Force, the razor-sharp tip of America's Military spear. Call in tanks, sniper teams, mortars, helicopter gunships, and more, to shock your enemy into surrender or retreat. Affect your enemies' morale and discipline. Cause them to flee with a surprise flanking maneuver. Combine arms to channel them where you want them to go, and more.

Your most powerful weapon: the human will. :)

Since IMG teamed up with MacSoft Games for First To Fight Fridays this game has been a steady request in my email. It seems like the perfect game to feature since my weekly desktop also comes out on Friday so this week I answer those requests. :) This wallpaper is based on the marine you've come accustomed to seeing with the game. So, with the help of MacSoft Games and Destineer Studios I was able to create this week's wallpaper. I simply entitled this selection, "Human Will", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in! Again, anyone who's contacted me in the last month or so should resend any requests or email.

Until then...

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