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Call of Duty 2
Game Description:Call of Duty 2 is a realistic World War II game created for mobile devices. The storyline closely follows Activision and Infinity Ward's hit console game and features an advanced AI, powerful graphics engine and authentic WWII weapons, all in historically accurate scenes and situations that let players take on the roles of British, Russian and American soldiers on battlefields ranging from the deserts of North Africa to the beaches of Normandy. In Call of Duty games, "No One Fights Alone," and the object is to fight as part of a squad, co-operating with your fellow soldiers to complete the mission at hand. The game is spread across the last four years of World War II, 1942-1945, and features 12 missions, leading up to a final decisive battle on the banks of the Rhine in 1945.
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