Here is another blast from the house of Capcom. 1985 was the year of the arcade games that were on the pinnacle of popularity then. Although the game was put on the index three years after its release by the BPiS due to the scenes that glorify war, but Commando could once again make its way into the living room of gamblers seven years ago. As an elite soldier named Super Joe, you are off, armed with a rifle and a few grenades, on a dangerous mission. The game is divided into three sections. In the first part of the game, you must use the directional buttons to move through the territory of the enemy and shoot onrushing, extremely aggressive soldiers by pressing the Z button. Should some of the places seem to wild for you, simply press X, so that the grenade can contribute its part to your successful campaign. The first and second sections each terminate at gates, which can only be entered if all the enemies have been eliminated. In the third and therefore final section of the game, you will end up at a house, which has four windows studded with opponents. Once all enemies have been pumped full of a lot of lead, the house breaks off into flames. Congratulations! You have mastered Commando. The game begins again. Sounds easy, but it is not. Some opponents will encounter you on foot. Other opponents want to fool you on their motorcycles. Others consider it to be necessary to receive you with a warm fat cannon. Below the playing field, you can see your current score, your available grenades as well as lives. Direct contact with an opponent is also lethal and leads to the withdrawal of a valuable life. Dive right into battle, soldier! With a low resolution, Commando certainly no longer is a milestone, but a game that is incredibly fun to play.