Release: Secret Agent

There's a man who leads a life of danger.
Secret Agent, a classic Apogee platformer from the EGA-era, with elaborate level design and a licence to kill, is available on, for only $5.99
You are Agent 006½, the agency's top man specializing in impossible missions. This game tells the story of three such tasks. Over the course of three episodes--The Hunt for Red Rock Rover, Kill Again Island, andDr. No Body--you will infiltrate enemy bases, eliminate designated targets, avoid detection, and steal top secret plans. Well, either that, or you'll run, jump, and shoot your way through in a flashy, camp environment full of platforms, traps and puzzles. Might be more of the latter, than the first.
Secret Agent is a run-and-jump platformer as classic as they get. Released in 1992 by Apogee Software it uses the previously tested mechanics and engine of the Crystal Caves but adds spy pulp-novel setting to the picture. The game sports large, cleverly designed levels filled with traps and puzzles. There are secret bonuses to find on every stage and a varied cast of enemies--ranging from ninjas to robots--to either avoid or eliminate as you carry out your secret mission.
The odds are you won't live to see tomorrow, but isn't risk the spice of life for a Secret Agent? The licence to kill is now only $5.99 on!