The came is divided into three sectors, giving you some new enemies and scenery in each: Bravo Sector, Tango Sector, and Outer Regions, with 9 levels in each region.

The first episode, the Bravo Sector, is largely urban/jungle, ending with a large enemy oil rig.

Tango Sector, the second campaign, includes some more variety including a chemical plant, farms, city environments and an airbase. In the final episode, Outer Regions, the player travels through moons, ice worlds and volcanic wastelands. The last two sectors also have a “night wave” where you fight at nighttime, adding to the game’s detail.

The Bravo Sector is the easiest of the three, and it allows players to save up money to weapon and shield upgrades to fight effectively in the other two campaigns later.

Raptor and many other classic titles are kept alive by 3D Realms/Apogee today. Developer Scott Host — whose company, Cygnus, worked on Raptor — now markets a windows version of the shooter.

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Raptor Shareware 1.2
Raptor: Call of the Shadows

Raptor Shareware 1.2

Feb 28, 2009 Raptor: Call of the Shadows Demo 3 comments

The shareware episode of Raptor: Call of the Shadows, for DOS. In this game you shoot up the planes that are worse than yours and take their money and...

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downlode
downlode Apr 20 2013, 9:55am says:

It's available on GOG very reasonably priced, and it's an updated version for new computers.

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downlode
downlode Apr 20 2013, 10:00am replied:

I bought this way back, the cd disappeared somewhere. bought it again off GOG and don't regret it.
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leilei
leilei Feb 28 2009, 4:43pm says:

i'm upping the real freely redistributable shareware version now

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janiashvili
janiashvili Jan 25 2009, 2:49am says:

no! I'm not Pirate!

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leilei
leilei Jan 25 2009, 2:03am replied:

this is true. The game is still sold, and you're a freeloading pirate.

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janiashvili
janiashvili Jan 26 2009, 5:05am replied:

No! I'm Not PIRATE!!!

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formerlyknownasMrCP
formerlyknownasMrCP Jan 29 2009, 7:34pm replied:

Raptor isn't free- its shareware. You still have to buy it from 3D Realms' distributor.

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leilei
leilei Jan 26 2009, 3:07pm replied:

You are a pirate. Raptor is not free. Cite your sources. Prove me wrong.

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jfey
jfey Mar 3 2009, 9:58pm replied:

Im a Pirate. aaaaaarg

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Robots!
Robots! Jan 24 2009, 8:46am replied:

that would make it illegal unless the owners denounced ownership.

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Raptor: Call of the Shadows
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