Yeah, the Tank Commander method is probably best. I know that Sarah
has the exact same demo mode in place as well. It lets you play level
1, but at the same time there is a 10 minute time limit on the game.
Usually that's just long enough to really really get into the game,
and then time's up. That's why I eventually broke down and bought it.
I got tired of the timer going off just when things were starting to
get good. Its like reading a good book or watching a television show
and it ends right at the cliff hanger.


On 3/6/11, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I like that idea, too.  GMA Tank Commander not only has a time limit, but
> you can only work the first of 6 missions.  I like that approach.  You do
> get enough of a taste of the game to determine whether or not you are
> interested.  Shades of Doom lets you explore and complete the first level.
> Based on the 3 demos, I bought the games.  The second mission of Lone Wolf
> really gives you a feel for the game because there is an enemy that will
> attack you.
> ---
> Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to
> heart.

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