Call of Duty

Call of Duty Patch 1.5

New multiplayer map and some bug fixes

Call of Duty is a good, free Windows game, that is part of the category PC games with subcategory Various Utilities (more specifically Updates) and has been published by Callofduty. View full description

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Call of Duty is a good, free Windows game, that is part of the category PC games with subcategory Various Utilities (more specifically Updates) and has been published by Callofduty.

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Since the game was added to our catalog in 2004, it has obtained 495,866 downloads, and last week it achieved 1,885 downloads.

This game for Windows is available for users with the operating system Windows 98 and previous versions, and you can download it only in English. The game version is 1.5 and its last update was on 12/20/2004.

Call of Duty is a game that takes up less storage than many games in the section PC games. It's a very popular game in India, United States, and Romania.

Tigertown is a small farm town located in Normandy, France which has been partially destroyed by a heavy artillery attack. The environment is designed for "Search and Destroy" as the American Airborne forces push their way up the town's hillside to knock out the flak88 and Tiger tank heavily guarded by the German Waffen SS.

The Allied forces need to attack strategically and gain ground quickly so as to distract the Axis from properly defending their positions. Precision flanking from both sides is a key factor when taking over and controlling the town.

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Call of Duty Patch 1.5

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  • Arpan Sharma1108201394

    by Arpan Sharma1108201394

    "nice game"

    i played this game first time when i was in 9 th class and since it has been my favorite game but i mistakely deleted it... More.

    reviewed on March 28, 2017

  • 100005271991380

    by 100005271991380

    "rocks"

    awesome game.pretty good graphics with awesome gameplay.play it for sheer thrills. . More.

    reviewed on June 27, 2013