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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
Game Description:In Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, Sam Fisher must avert a potentially explosive new threat in the Pacific. Using new stealth moves, you can sneak up even closer to guards and slit their throats to kill them silently. With brand new weapons like knives, drones, and grenades, never before seen in the Splinter Cell series for mobile phones, you can attack your enemies while they try to hunt you down in the dark with dogs! Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory offers new challenges and elements that keep you on the edge of your seat – seven diverse new levels set in three rich graphic universes with interactive animated backgrounds. Sneak behind walls and neutralize foes when all you can see is a shadow, or use an enemy body to trigger a landmine. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory offers involving stealth action gaming for mobile phones!
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