Deadly Dozen

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Deadly Dozen
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Developer(s) nFusion Interactive
Publisher(s) Infogrames
Platform(s) Windows
Release October 31, 2001
Genre(s) Tactical shooter
Mode(s) Single-player

Deadly Dozen is a 2001 World War II oriented squad-based first-person shooter video game developed by nFusion Interactive. The title refers to the famous World War II movie The Dirty Dozen. As in the movie, the main protagonists are military misfits sentenced to death or long term imprisonment who are given a chance to redeem themselves by going on dangerous missions. The game was followed by a sequel titled Deadly Dozen: Pacific Theater.


The twelve characters have different specializations: sniper, demolition expert and so on. For every mission, the player selects four of European theater.


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This game was also the inspiration for The DeadlyDozen Clan -