Tactical first-person shooter game

 The good

  • Great storyline.
  • Graphics and sound effects are good compared to the technology at that time.

 The bad

  • Saving the progress mid-level is not possible.
  • Game AI is not great.

Project IGI (I'm Going In) is a first-person shooter game released on December 15, 2000, the game is built on the Joint Strike Fighter 3d-engine. At the time of its release, the game was praised for its graphics and sound effects.

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    In the game, you play the character of Jones, a special agent who must work alone in missions infiltrating bases without being killed. However, your main objective is to recover a stolen nuclear device.

    One of the cons of the game is that you can't save your progress in mid-level you have to win the level or else start over.

    You can use different weapons in the game, such as knives, AK-47, sniper rifle, explosives, rocket launcher, and so on.

    So, do you feel nostalgic? Do you want something that reminds you of the good old days?

    Then download Project IGI (I'm Going In) free demo right here at Downzen, just click the download button on this page for a direct and fast link.

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    Reviewed By
    Ammar Kurd
    2019-02-03
    Rating
    3/5
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