City Siege 3: Jungle Siege

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City Siege 3: Jungle Siege Instructions

City Siege 3: Jungle Siege is controlled by using the keyboard and the mouse. Click on a unit to select it. Use the arrow keys (or WASD keys) to move the selected unit. Use the mouse to aim and to shoot. Move your mouse to the edges of the screen to pan the camera.

City Siege 3: Jungle Siege Walkthrough

City Siege 3: Jungle Siege is the third game in the City Siege series of shooting games. City Siege 3: Jungle Siege features the same audio, graphics, and controls as its predecessors but this time the thirty levels take place in the jungle.

The objective of City Siege 3: Jungle Siege is to rescue hostages and eliminate terrorists. If you accidentally harm civilians, you will be penalized cash. Civilians and hostages can be rescued by by running into them. In order to complete each mission of this shooting game, all VIPs must be rescued and all enemies must be killed. Your progress is automatically saved in one of three save slots, so you can continue your campaign at a later time should you need to take a break.

The controls of City Siege 3: Jungle Siege are the same as those used in prior City Siege games. Click on units to select them. Use the arrow keys (or their WASD counterparts) to move selected units. The mouse is used to aim and to fire. Be sure to aim a bit above your target for long-range shots since bullets fall due to the force of gravity.

You are given the opportunity to purchase and upgrade units before each mission in this shooting game. Riflemen are great for the first few missions, but a bazooka soldier will also be helpful for taking down groups of bad guys. Be sure not to fire rockets into areas crowded with civilians though; you do not want to invoke friendly-fire penalties! You can only take five units into each mission, so choose wisely! Having an abundance of units is a good thing since it allows some units to stay home and heal their wounds while still having a full squad to deploy in combat.

City Siege 3: Jungle Siege does not add many innovations to the City Siege series, but fans of the shooting game will enjoy it as a solid sequel. Are you ready for a rumble in the jungle? If so, then give City Siege 3: Jungle Siege a try!