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About this product
- Product InformationWelcome to Operation Wolf, the arcade hit, military shooter where you have been ordered to rescue the prisoners held hostage in South America. You go in alone or with a friend to topple the terrorist regime and bring out the hostages alive. Welcome to the arcade hit, Operation Wolf. Fight your way behind enemy lines in this first-person shooter. Grab a friend and double your firepower. Begin the levels with varying degrees of ammunition, but don't worry, ammo is abundant, ready for you to pick up. But don't shoot the prisoners or you'll be sorry.
- PublisherTaito America Corp.
- GameOperation Wolf
- PlatformNintendo Entertainment System
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick,Gun
- Release Year1989
- Game SeriesOperation Wolf Series
Most relevant reviews
- kbtwelveOct 28, 2013by
Leave the Zapper out of this one, to have fun.
I bought this game to expand my Nintendo zapper compatible games collection. The game is compatible with the Nintendo zapper, but I would not advise using the zapper with this game. With the fast pace nature of this game, completely renders the zapper useless for most people. Luckily, the game is also compatible with Nes controller, so use that instead. The game is a bit hard, especially for the young ones where multiple attempts will have to be made, just get past the first level. The difficulty level is above average is far as zapper games go, but if you won a national championship for using a pistol, then you should try the zapper, everyone else should use the controller. It's a fun game that requires practice, patience, and time to have any fun.
- guardianatthega...Apr 02, 2011by
"the good old days"
my wife and i had been going through some old boxes in our cellar and found our kids old Nintendo outfit, our six kids have long sense grown and gone on their own raising their own families and, well anyways,we doug it out and decided to hook it up and try it out again for old times sake and found we needed some new paddles for it and so i was looking on eBay for some, and of course, came across games too and saw the "operation wolf" game and then remembered playing it at the arcade all the time when we used to take our kids there and because of the great memories it bought back for me i just had to get it. i haven't had the chance to play it as yet, but when i do, i intend to beat it bad! oh yea!!!
- duckky67Mar 04, 2014by
Good shooter that is very different than 1st or 3rd person shooter.
I bought this game because it was very cheap.I like this game it was a different style shooter,it's refreshing to play a shooter from a different perspective,I recommend you try this old school shooter.
- 13matsenDec 02, 2013by
Good, but difficult game. In the game with a light gun it is too fast and you and then die. Have to throw grenades with a gamepad that a little uncomfortable, but generally playable.
- 187604575@delet...Jun 23, 2008by
Nes Zapper Game
Gameplay 5 Graphics 3 Sound 3 Value 3 Tilt 4 * Difficulty: Hard * Learning Curve: 0 to 30 Minutes * Time Spent: 10 Hours or Less Its a first person-side scrolling shooter. You direct a crosshair and fire wildly at cuban soldiers, tanks, and helicopters. You can toss grenades too. Oddly enough, as your fighting for your life in these wartorn, Cuban territory random things run accross the screen. This includes children, baywatch babes, tomboys, pigs, chickens, nurses, and buzzards. And strangley when you shoot the animals they give you clips of ammo... uh huh.. Moving on, the graphics are ugly and xtremley stereotypical. The gun clips and grenades look HUGE and ridiculous. Ya know what? This part of the review is over. This game is hard.. because so much is happening on your screen, and the graphics are so ugly you can't make out a house from a soldier. However, there is no replay value unless you have something against Cubans and just want to keep shooting them. The ending was BEAT - You fly away in an ugly US plane and some random old guy (who I'm guessing is your General) says, "You're a real pro"... then the game restarts. This game was advertised as a light gun shooter, but the fact is, is that you can play it with the controller and have more success. Its basically a rail shooter...a pretty difficult one at that. but the enemies always spawned or appeared in exactly the same places everytime. So the advantage with using the controller is that you can just move the aiming circle to the place you knew an enemy was, giving you the advantage.... get ready for alot of dying and alot of trial and error.Read full review