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Secret Service

ABOUT Secret Service :

Secret Service is a first-person tactical shooter, similar to the Rainbow Six computer game series. Players must progress through a mission while accomplishing various mission objectives, such as eliminating terrorists or protecting dignitaries.

The combat in Secret Service is slightly more forgiving than in many other tactical shooters, as the player can survive several bullet hits before dying (assuming they are equipped with heavy body armor), as opposed to dying after only 1 or 2 shots like in many other tactical shooters.

The player’s weapon is displayed in-game, unlike the earlier games in the Rainbow Six or Ghost Recon series. The game also features ragdoll physics.

Before each mission, the player is able to prepare by selecting equipment (such as firearms or body armor), or positioning agents at various strategic locations within a map. The player is unable to pre-plan attack routes, however, and must navigate teammates during a mission in real-time.

On most missions, players can be assisted by several computer-controlled Secret Service agents. There are two different types of Secret Service agents: teammates and static agents. Teammates are members of the player’s fire team; the player leads them directly through a level, and issue them commands (such as attack or defend) using an in-game menu. Static agents are agents whom the player positions at various strategic locations within a mission during the mission preparation phase. The player has slightly less control over these agents, although they can still be issued in-game orders. The main purpose of static agents is to guard specific areas or serve as stationary snipers.



  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: Pentium IV 2.5 GHz
  • RAM (memory): 512 MB
  • Videocard: 256 MB
  • HDD: 2.8 GB
  • DirectX 9.0с


  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz
  • RAM (memory): 1.0 GB
  • Videocard: 512 MB
  • HDD: 2.8 GB
  • DirectX 9.0с

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