007: James Bond - The Stealth Affair (aka Operation Stealth) is a spy-themed adventure game developed by Delphine Software and published by U.
007: James Bond - The Stealth Affair (aka Operation Stealth) is a spy-themed adventure game developed by Delphine Software and published by U.S. Gold in 1990 for Amiga, Atari ST, and DOS. The game’s design is largely credited to famous French game designer, Paul Cuisset.
Stepping into the shoes of smart, sexy super spy, James Bond, your mission is to recover a stolen stealth aircraft. In this particular Bond story, he works for the CIA rather than his usual spy organization. This is largely due to the fact that the European version featured John Glames in the starring role and not the James Bond we know and love. Using a point-and-click interface you need to examine Bond’s environment and interact with it using the popup menu featuring six command words: Examine, Take, Inventory, Use, Operate, and Speak. It is also possible to enter the inventory to inspect or combine items. As the famous Mr. Bond, you will, of course, have the use of his special spies-only gadgets to help him finesse his way through the mission. Stealth Affair has more than just the usual puzzle solving, Bond will also have arcade type scenes where he has to swim without drowning or evade henchmen in a maze.
007: James Bond - The Stealth Affair was released to mostly positive reviews and even snapped up two different awards for “Best Adventure Game.” I consider myself a mild Bond fan, but I am a pretty big adventure fan. If you like adventure games and James Bond, this is your match made in heaven. Got fond memories of this Bond title? Well, feel free to reminisce in the comments.
Review by: Tasha
Published: 23 March 2018, 10:49 am
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