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Shootout! The Game
ShootOut! Soldiers
Developer(s) Kuma Reality Games
License Advergame
Engine Source engine
Platform(s) PC
Release date(s) 2006
Genre(s) First Person Shooter, Episodic game
Mode(s) Single player and Multiplayer
Media Free Download
System requirements Windows 2000/XP, 2.4 GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 128 MB DirectX 9 compatible video card, DirectX 9 compatible sound card, DirectX 9, 3GB HD space

Shootout! The Game is an ad-supported episodic first person shooter developed by Kuma Reality Games (the developers of Kuma\War and Dinohunters). The History Channel's ShootOut! The Game enables player to participate in some of history's most famous battles such as The Battle of the Bulge and Iwo Jima. The game mirrors actual episodes from the History Channel's show of the same name (Shootout!). History Channel has also collaborated with Kuma Reality Games on a video game based on another History Channel program: Dogfights: The Game

Since the 1st of June 2008, Shootout has been renamed Kuma War WWII/Vietnam in the Kuma Games Client. However the system files still are the same and gameplay has not been changed.

ShootOut! The Game runs on Valve's Source Engine and features many single and multiplayer maps for players to engage in.

Much like Kuma Reality Games' other properties(i.e. Kuma\War, Dinohunters), ShootOut! The Game is distributed in a free downloadable episodes for the PC. Instead of releasing the entire game completely like most FPS, Shootout the Game is distributed freely in episodes through Kuma Reality Games' game client. The player decides what episodes to download. The same goes for multiplayer maps.[1]



ShootOut! The Game is a first person shooter that utilizes Valve's Source Engine. This gives the game a gameplay style similar to that of Counter-Strike: Source and Day of Defeat: Source. ShootOut! The Game features single and multiplayer missions for players to engage in, with a multitude of weapons at their disposal.

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