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Captured behind enemy lines... But not for long!

As a highly-trained soldier, you were sent on a top-secret solo mission behind enemy lines by your government to locate a missing colonel. But your chopper was spotted by the enemy and shot down. You managed to survive the crash, but you were captured and are now a prisoner of war held in a detention compound.

It takes more than a few metal bars on a window to keep you prisoner for very long, however, and your mission has not changed. Perhaps the colonel you're looking for is locked up somewhere in this enemy compound, or maybe not...

The first priority is escaping your captors. Use all weapons and items you can find to regain your freedom and complete your mission!

In the summer of 2018, while casually browsing the software database of Generation-MSX, I came across Ghost, an MSX homebrew game that looked like a distant cousin of Metroid.

I was introduced to the author/coder of Ghost, Francisco Téllez De Meneses, via a common friend, namely Armando Pérez Abad. Francisco and I reached a publishing deal for Ghost on ColecoVision fairly quickly, and during our e-mail exchanges, Francisco asked me if I would be interested in publishing the ColecoVision version of the game he was working on at the time, namely Prisoner of War.

He showed me some footage of the game, and Prisoner of War had more than a passing resemblance to Metal Gear, so obviously I said "Sure! Of course!". And so the game will be ported after Ghost will have been ported to the ColecoVision, hopefully before the end of 2019. :-)

LAST UPDATE: December 25th 2018

The MSX port of this game will be done by Francisco Téllez De Meneses.

Software No work done yet on the MSX port.
Box Box template is ready to be printed.
Manual No work done so far.
Cartridge Casing The game will be offered in standard Coleco cartridge casings.
Cartridge Label No work done so far.
Completion Status 15%

Here is a YouTube video of the MSX version of Prisoner of War. The ColecoVision version will look, sound and play the same as what you see below.