Ghost Recon Demo Released
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Aspyr Media has released a demo of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, the action-packed first-person shooter. The demo weighs in at a healthy 72 MB and is being hosted by our sister site, Macgamefiles.com. The demo contains both single-player as well as multi-player missions.
Here's more about the demo from the read me:
The demo allows you to play Quick Missions on one map (the Castle). There are three types of single-player game: Mission (accomplish a specific task), FireFight (eliminate the enemy), and Recon (move your team from one point to another without any casualties). You can select your team from a variety of specialists. If you chose the Mission game, you must take at least one Demolition specialist.To download the demo, head over to Macgamefiles.com.
The demo also allows you to play multiplayer games against other Macintosh demo users using TCP/IP (over LAN or the Internet). You will need to share the IP number of the server among the players before the game starts. The multiplayer game uses the same map, with the following categories: Solo, Team, and Co-op. Co-op is cooperative play of the same three game types as single-player. Solo is played as every person for themselves, with three game types: Sharpshooter (player with the most kills wins), Hamburger Hill (player spending the most time in the center wins), and Last Man Standing (last one left alive wins). Team is played as two or more teams, with up to 9 players in a team, and has three game types: Hamburger Hill (same as solo), Last Man Standing (last team with live members wins), and SAR (search and rescue - there are three invulnerable hostages on the map, the team that escorts them to extraction wins).
MGF: Ghost Recon Demo
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