Shoot every bad guy in sight while passing through the criminal-infested city. CAPONE is a classic arcade
shooter game that doesn’t ask much from players but to just shoot and kill. Set in a criminal gang domain
of the 1920’s Chicago gangs, your player must shoot his way through the horde of bad guys that keep coming
With unlimited bullets and a few power guns, CAPONE makes the action last longer than most shooter games.
But that is cut short when criminals begin to overwhelm you. At first, it's fairly simple, but as the levels
progress it gets more and more difficult. You get to some tools to adapt, like the TNT bomb and flammable
barrels which you can shoot for large-scale damage. Be careful against shooting innocent civilians, like
women, children, pets, and other bystanders. Also, you must watch out for your health bar, because they will
shoot you as well.
From the very first screen, you will know what is required of you. A smoking gun fills up the screen where
the options pop up. You can play single-player or multiplayer. Capone’s gameplay is straightforward. Just
point your sniper aim at any enemy and shoot. One-shot kills as the screen moves sideways revealing more and
more criminals. The display is fairly decent with some details distinguishing who is a bad guy and who is
not. It tests how fast you can detect enemies and how many you can shoot before you’re dead.
Actionware Corporation released this game in 1988 in the united states, and it is available on both Dos and
Actionware was formed in Batavia, Illinois by Richard Parry. He was a hardware engineer who figured out how to modify some Nintendo light-guns to work with the Amiga (and when customers purchased the Amiga light-guns, they were just modified Nintendo light-guns). Actionware created 4 Amiga games and all of them supported these modified light-guns. Richard Parry moved out to the East Coast by the early 90's (1991 or 1992) and Actionware was gone.
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