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Stealth game: Quiz


Question 1: Alien vs Predator, released in 1994 for the ________, allowed the player to become invisible and stalk enemies.
Atari LynxAtari 7800Atari 2600Atari Jaguar

Question 2: Castle Wolfenstein, originally available on the ________ in 1981, employed stealth elements as a focus of the gameplay.
Apple II PlusApple LisaApple II seriesMacintosh

Question 3: These influential games inspired other successful series, such as Hitman and ________.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow SixTom Clancy's Ghost ReconTom Clancy's Splinter CellUbisoft Red Storm

Question 4: However, the genre was not popularized until 1998, with the mainstream success of ________ as well as Tenchu: Stealth Assassins and Thief: The Dark Project.
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin SnakesMetal Gear SolidMetal Gear Solid 3: Snake EaterMetal Gear (series)

Question 5: Unlike most ________, stealth games challenge the player to avoid alerting enemies altogether.
Action gameShoot 'em upFirst-person shooterLight gun shooter

Question 6: The genre has employed espionage and ________ themes, with such protagonists as special forces operatives, spies, and ninjas.
Counter-terrorismPakistan and state terrorismIslamic terrorismSuicide attack

Question 7: Kojima was not involved in its development, which was instead conducted by another ________ team, resulting in a game that was more action based and not part of the Metal Gear canon.
Parodius (series)KonamiContra (series)Castlevania

Question 8: ________
Capture the flagList of freeware first-person shootersPlatform gameList of first-person shooters

Question 9: [12] Sly Cooper, a cel-shaded game released in 2002, was a "stealth platformer",[12] while 2003's Siren combined the ________ genre with the stealth genre.
Fighting gameThird-person shooterPlatform gameSurvival horror

Question 10: [4][21] The ________-themed game Tenchu: Stealth Assassins was released several months before Metal Gear Solid, making it the first 3D stealth based-game.
JapanSamuraiNinjaNinja in popular culture

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