Commodore 64 - Released - 1989
This is a crosshairs shooter style game similar to Operation Wolf created by Fredrik Kahl and published in Golden Disk 64 #07 (1989). No Mercy is a military themed crosshair shooting game, very similar to Operation Wolf. Players shoot their way through levels by moving the crosshair across the screen and firing. Pressing space shoots rockets. There are seven levels in total, starting in a desert camp, then by the river side, jungle plains, an airport, a prison yard, train yards and finally the escape helicopter. The levels are left-to-right scrolling screens, except the third and final level that are stationary. Enemies include foot soldiers, soldiers with bazookas, helicopters, tanks, boats, gunships and jet skis. Players have limited health and ammo, and a maximum of three rockets. Bonus items scattered thoughout the levels can be shot to replenish ammo, rockets or health. Most likely the game was not available separately and only through the Golden Disk 64 magazine.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1991
In May 2011 an accident in a Soviet nuclear powerplant situated on Koala Island caused a major disaster. Radioactivity was spread over an area of 300 square miles with a radiation value of 1230000 rad. The Soviet Union and Finland were evacuated immediately. Months later terrifying mutations of animals were discovered in the area where radiation had spread. The only survivor tells us, "These creatures were beyond recognition, but seemed to possess the intelligence of mankind." It is your mission to disarm the nuclear weapons before one of the mutations starts using them. Good luck. We place our trust in you.