Deadfall Adventures is a first-person shooter adventure game developed by The Farm 51 and published by Nordic Games. The story is set in 1938 and follows James Lee Quartermain, great-grandson of famous adventurer Allan Quartermain. James is hired to escort Jennifer Goodwin, a US Agent, to Egypt to search for the mythical "Heart of Atlantis". After an attack by Nazi German troops as well as mummies, these events lead James and his colleages on a across-the-globe adventure from the jungles of Guatemala to the frozen landscape of the Arctic.
The following weapons are used in the game Deadfall Adventures:
Webley .455 Mk VI
The Webley .455 Mk VI is the standard sidearm for the player. As in real life it is shown as a break open revolver meaning that the spent cartridges are ejected when opened. Like all of the sidearms it is dual wielded and appears as the Mk.VI.
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer
You can find the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer rather early in the game. Although it is called C-96 and the model has C96 markings ingame, it is actually the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer as it can be fired full auto and has the 20 round detachable magazine. As is standard for all sidearms it is dual wielded. Appears as the C-96.
Remington 1858 New Army
If you buy the Digital Deluxe Edition, you can choose between the Webley .455 Mk VI and the Remington 1858 New Army as your standard sidearm. As is standard for Mr Quartermain, all sidearms are dual wielded. The Remington 1858 appears as the Quatermain Pietta.
The game features the long barreled "Artillery" Luger P08. As Quartermain does, all sidearms are dual wielded. The Luger P08 appears in the game named the P-08.
The Bergmann-Bayard can incorrectly fire fully automatic, a feature which was not available in real life as this was a semi automatic pistol only. Ingame it has the correct 10 round magazine. Like all sidearms it is dual wielded and appears as the Mars.
The Walther P38 is first found in the Arctic campaign. As is standard of the sidearms, it is dual wielded and appears as the P-38.
Tokarev TT-33 Pistol
The Tokarev TT-33 Pistol can be found in the Submarine site in the Arctic. Even it cannot escape the sidearm rule, as it is dual wielded. Appears as the TT-33.
A very nice addition to the arsenal of the game is the Roth-Steyr M1907, a weapon which is very rarely seen in video games. This pistol was the first semi-automatic pistol ever to be put into military service. The game even shows the correct stripper clip reload procedure. Like every sidearm in the game, it is dual wielded. Appears as the M1907.
Vis wz. 35 Radom
The Vis wz. 35 Radom is only available in Multiplayer game mode.
Sub Machine Guns
The Steyr MP34 can be found rather early in the adventure campaign. For some reason, the front sight post is missing. Appears as the MP-34.
As the game is set in 1938, the MP38 is accurate for the German soldiers. Appears as the MP-38.
Thompson Submachine Gun
The Thompson Submachine Gun with the 50 round drum is featured in the game. Despite the fact that the model is marked in game as "Model 1928", The Thompson in game looks like a strange hybrid of M1928 and very early M1919 "Annihilator I" prototype. This relation is noted with the lack of a stock, short barrel and vent holes in the barrel rather than cooling fins. The Thompson is modeled without a stock when in third-person mode as well as having an anachronistic M1A1 sight attached. As if that wasn't enough, the rear sight has been bent down. Appears as the Thompson.
The Suomi KP/-31 with the drum magazine appears in the game with Red Army troops. Appearing as the Suomi, it boasts a mounted flashlight and a high rate of fire.
PPD-34 / PPD-40
The rare PPD-34 / PPD-40 submachine gun appears in the Multiplayer game mode. The submachine gun itself is similar to the earlier mentioned Thompson as it appears to be a mix of two different models, those being the PPD -34 and PPD-40 models. It has the longer barrel of the PPD-34 as well as the same barrel shroud and trigger set up, but features the PPD-40's two piece stock as well as magazine housing.
The Karabiner 98k is a quite powerful rifle ingame. It cannot be reloaded with stripper clips, instead you insert one round after another. This could be done in real life, but practically the stripper clips were used whenever possible. Appears as the kar98k.
Karabiner 98k with Scope
The Karabiner 98k with a scope is the second sniper rifle ingame. It is shown with the correct reload procedure meaning it does not load stripper clips but individual rounds. Appears as the kar98k.
Mauser Selbstlader M1916
The Mauser Selbstlader M1916 is used by some of the German soldiers. This never happened in real life. Only 1000 pieces were ever produced and those were used by the German Air Corps and the German Ballon-und-Zeppelin-Truppe in WW1. Nevertheless, this is indeed a very interesting weapon and a nice surprise to see it used in a game. The ingame model has a modified barrel. Fires full auto ingame, while it was a semi automatic rifle in real life. Appears as the Selbstlader.
Some of the Russian Red Army soldiers are armed with the Fedorov Avtomat. Appears as the Fedorov.
The Simonov AVS-36 is used as a sniper rifle. It can only fire semi automatic whereas in real life this was a full auto rifle. Has an unidentified scope. Appears as the AVS36.
The Browning Auto-5 appears in the short barreled military version (as pictured below). Appears as the FN Auto-5.
Winchester Model 1887
Walther Model SLD
Although in real life the Walther Model SLD is a double barrel flare gun, ingame it works like a double barrel shotgun. As all sidearms it is dual wielded. Appears as the SLD.
The MG34 has the 50 round drum attached. Surprisingly the reload animation is quite accurate, something seen very rarely in video games. Appears as the MG-34.
The Panzerbüchse 39 is anachronistic as the game is set in 1938. It was first introduced into Wehrmacht service by 1939. The developers probably mixed up the Panzerbüchse 39 with the earlier Panzerbüchse 38 (as it appears ingame as Pzb.38 Anti-Tank). It has the correct reload procedure, which is a very positive surprise. Strangely it features the side mounted sights for the Granatbüchse 39, which was a late war modified version of the Panzerbüchse 39 intended to fire rifle grenades, thus it would be impossible to aim the Panzerbüchse 39 with those grenade sights. Appears as the Pzb.38 Anti-Tank.
The Sturmpistole is shown firing the SS-Gewehrgranate 61. In real life this rifle grenade was a HEAT weapon designed to destroy tanks, but ingame it works like a HE grenade. This weapon is anachronistic in 1938. Appears as the Panzer Wurfkorper.
The Stielhandgranate 24 is usually carried by German soldiers. In third person view it has an inaccurate belt clip on the explosive head, a feature which was only featured on the Stielhandgranate until the model 17.
Instead of the Stielhandgranate 24 you can often switch to Dynamite. You also need it to solve some of the puzzles by planting it on certain objects.