The CIA called in to hunt for the missing aircraft, and they in turn, call in their top undercover agent, John Glames. Using his skill, ingenuity, and an array of gadgets, Glames start his journey in the exotic South American state of Santa Paragua, where the ruling Military Dictator (who's in the top CIA's suspect list), in the search for the stealth. He is in a hurry though, as the KGB has also heard about the disappearance, and their agents are hot on the trail!
Operation Stealth has all the addiction of an interactive adventure, and is totally mouse-driven, making it instantly playable. You move Glames around exotic locations, pick up, examine, and use objects and generally interact with the scenery and any characters you meet, all with the click of a mouse button.
Although, the better you get, the harder the puzzles are to crack. Places may seem normal and bare of information but examine all, and you may discover the strangest of things in the strangest of places! Glames must solve many puzzles as he starts to unravel the story - breaking into safes and blowing things up, for instance, but there are also less obvious things that must be done in order to complete your mission (i.e. buying a carnation from a florist, or changing money at the bank and many seemingly trivial things that are actually of vital importance).The game offers a few arcade sequences too!
Operation Stealth offers a totally engrossing story and once you begin to play it, it is doubtful that you will stop until you have completed it! A brilliant game, and Delphine's probably the best!
The overall presentation is a nice to look at, although running in 16 colors on screen. The graphics are well presented and the exotic scenery gives the game the feel of a James Bond story. Graphics and animations are well designed and presented, and the overall playability of the game makes for an engrossing and addictive game. Note that graphics quality here is identical to the Amiga version. The lengthy intro sequence give the game a movie-style opening and set the scene for that adventure. A good looking interactive adventure with some neat touches of animation such as the greasy looking airport officials and the way in which the hero purposefully strides from one scene to another.
The sound is nothing incredible, with pretty basic sound effects (sampled for the Amiga version) and a few tunes accompanying certain scenes, although the title music is quite groovy.