Got this game in a sale for mere pence, thinking it's surely worth that, right? Wrong. If you've got any nostalgia for the original at all, you will be disappointed with this.
The low-rent intro sequence kicks things off and before you know it, you're awkardly shifting your troops around to an ill-concieved metal soundtrack while taking orders from a general who is clearly voiced by a British man sitting in a biscuit tin occasionally doing an American accent.
When he's not talking, all you hear are your soldier's footsteps that always sound like they are walking through hospital corridors no matter what the terrain. Even the misison script is written by someone who must've left school when they were 12. Example: "There are six mission crates hidden in the area! See if you can find it!"
Not to mention the multiplayer is Gamespy, which is no longer even active.
Cannon Fodder is easy to get right, but somehow these developers managed to get it so, so wrong. Presumably because they made it for a bag of chips, as that's the only excuse I can see for the poor production value. Making it in Flash would've been better.