Excerpt: Released back in 1993 by sensible software, the team also responsible for the classic Sensible Soccer games, Cannon Fodder is a mouse-driven shoot-em-up in which you control a small squad of soldiers as they fight against numerous enemies through a range of settings including jungle and desert...
Pros: simple fun gameplay, charming visuals, addictive
Excerpt: Oh my god. What a fantasic game. I remember playing this many many many years ago with my best friend of the time. We must only of been 9 or 10. Like the reviewer above said, you really do get attached to your troops. I remember our favourite man. We kept him alive for so long...so many missions.
Excerpt: CANNON FODDER ------------- Ten years ago, a game was release on the Amiga, this game was a fun blend of action and strategy, with a nice touch of humour. Roll on ten years and im finally going to write a review on it!
Pros: action packed, lots of levels . Some humour .
Excerpt: Originally released way back in 1995, this RTS (Real Time Strategy) game sees you take command of your fleet of soldiers and wage war on unsuspecting enemies. The action takes place over a variety of eminently entertaining missions urging you to make full use of the large array of weaponry at your...
Excerpt: I absolutely love this game! Its a bit old now, and a little bit out of date, but it is still great fun to play. I first started playing the game a few years ago on my amiga, but I enjoyed it so much that I got it for the PC as well!
Excerpt: People say that old games that have great playability will always be able to compete, no matter how dated the graphics, but I disagree. Yes, Cannon Fodder is still an enjoyable and playable game, but the fact is that whenever you are playing it you feel like you're still in 1993 and I just can't get...
Excerpt: The first time I played Cannon Fodder was when I had the shareware version. After beating the first few missions I instantly became hooked on the game. The gameplay and object are really simple, yet the levels are really hard. Unlike many games released today cannon fodder is not a clone.
Excerpt: this is definatley a groudbreaking game when it was released in about 1994. The easy first few levels are all the instructions you need to get in to the game as you control 3 little soliders on various missions which can include blowing up buildings and killing enamies.
Excerpt: I used to play this game all the time on my Atari ST, but one day I saw it in a shop for £5 and couldn't resist to buy it for my PC. I still havent completed it (probably because I am trying to do it without getting anyone killed).