From the past two weeks, the “Osama killing” by American Navy SEAL has been dominating the international news. The world’s most wanted terrorist is dead and was buried at sea. Everyday there’s a new thing from the secret box of the Al Qaeda leader’s mystery. As US haven’t revealed the footage to the world, everyone is wondering – what happened actually, except the SEAL members who accomplished the mission in Abbottabad on May 1.
Well, Kuma Games, the PC Game Development Company has included the mission in the latest but the last episode of their game Kuma War II – Osama 2011, hence, giving people a chance to go gunning for the terrorist. According to the Kuma Games website, the latest update on Episode 107: The Death of Osama bin Laden is:
After months of stake outs and growing amounts of intel, a US helicopter crosses Pakistan under the cloak of darkness. 79 Navy SEALs drop from the sky into a secret compound, designed for defense and manned by Al-Qaeda killers. In forty minutes and a rain of hot lead, a decades-long, worldwide manhunt for Osama Bin Laden will be ended… by you.
Although the game has been developed using the Valve 2 engine, yet the graphics are not as good as expected. In fact, they designed and developed the game to the lightest possible weight in a very short period of time, so you’ll face no hurdles in the way to assassinate Osama.
The game has gone a hit on the internet. It is a multi-player game which is available for free to be played online. The strategy of the game is two teams: the US Navy SEAL Team 6 and the Guards of Osama. Osama’s part will be played by the computer automatically. You may choose either side, as you wish.
Kuma Games also allows you to play the missions held in the past few years, like Mission 62: Operation Red Dawn including the search and capture of Saddam Hussein; Mission 75: The Death of al-Zarqawi pertaining with the search and encounter of the terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
I’m taking it as a game only, and I hope you too are. See the download-link below for the direct installer to Kuma War II:
According to me, the game is very realistic, especially when you’re playing the role of a US soldier whose goal is to see many pursuits. How do you like it?