The arcade version of the game had up to three players available for play. The players are members of a covert counter-terrorist team known the "Wolf Force". The aim of the game was to rescue the former President from rebels in the fictional African country of Zutula, which bears resemblance to the apartheid regime in South Africa.
The game has six main levels, plus the final level where your mission is to rescue the president from the Hercules Transport. The game's weapons include real-world machine guns, grenades, and flamethrowers as well as futuristic plasma launchers, and several missions have flying vehicles available. Note that the game was the successor of the old good Commando game released on 1985 on both 8 and 16 bits platforms.
The CPC version is colorful with plenty of details but fail in terms of frame-rate in scrolling and sprite animation. Terrains offer groves of palm trees, army barracks crawling with soldiers, mountains and waterfalls at the backgrounds etc. The level guardians are particularly nicely designed including a Harrier, a huge Tank etc. But this kind of games should run smooth enough
in order to be playable which is not the case here although its nice graphics. Note that, the C64 version runs way smoother, but offers less details.
The CPC version features a good gameplay tune along with a few nice SFX (gunfire, explosions etc).