|Distributor(s)||Infogrames, Epyx (US)|
|Designer(s)||Alain Vialon, Emile Nguyen Van Huong, Harold Ovsec|
|Release date(s)||INT 1987
|Distribution||3½-inch floppy disk, 5¼-inch floppy disk, cassette|
Final Assault, known as Chamonix Challenge in Europe, originally Bivouac in French, is a computer game distributed by Infogrames and Epyx in 1987 for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple IIgs, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS and ZX Spectrum.
Final Assault is a mountain-climbing simulation. The game is copy protected. The player selects a trail to conquer the mountain, then packs a rucksack for the climb and sets the departure time. During the trip, the player learns how to hike, jump quickly, and use supplies effectively. The player can stop and save a game in-progress.
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