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Shareware ($12)
Multiplayer:
Single player
DOSBox:
Yes
For Kids:
Yes
Resolution:
640 × 350
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Paratrooper Bob screenshot
Paratrooper Bob gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3.5
Paratrooper Bob is one of the Soleau Software games that was not created by William Soleau himself. This is a puzzle game where the object is to drop Paratrooper Bob from different locations so that he will collect all of the orbs, avoid the spikes, and eventually after collecting the orbs make it to the exit. After each drop you receive one brick to place, which alters the level layout. It's a unique idea and works reasonably well. The registered version includes a level editor but unfortunately it is absent here.
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Paratrooper Bob 1  v1.0  Req.EGA/VGA
Paratrooper Bob is looking to follow in his
family's long military heritage. He must
complete special drills which will require
reasoning skills, perseverance, and logic
to outwit enemies in battle. Using his
parachute to collect orbs, land on special
hovercrafts and other objects, he must reach
the defined goal for each drill. Can you
help Bob become the next Five Star General?

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