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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Game Description:Battle through the chaos of modern warfare and events leading up to the Call of Duty 4 home game with this cellphone entry in the series. You will play as a member of SAS and US Marine forces who must figure out the source of an ultra-nationalist uprising in the Middle East. Use authentic weapons such as rocket launchers and assault rifles to help your squad achieve success. Chaos and destruction will pave your path! The game gives you varied mission types and objectives, offering multiple ways to complete objectives in escort, stealth, sniping and assault missions. The game features the ability to use cover, where the majority of objects in the environment can be used for cover. Choose between different atatcks such as up-close melee or long-distance sniping to take out your enemies. There are also authentic modern weapons and vehicles to create an authentic conflict through play through.
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