Box art (Game Gear version)
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Graphics[edit | edit source]
The screen is divided into two sections. One is the instrument panel in the gunner's station of the tank, and the other is a view of the outside, which consists primarily of the desert and military vehicles.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Re-releases[edit | edit source]
Majesco released the game in 1992 for the Game Gear, as part of their licensed line of classic games for Game Gear, Mega Drive/Genesis, and Super NES. It was also remade as Operation: Armored Liberty for Game Boy Advance in 2003.