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Jonathan Kane The Protector

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Jonathan Kane The Protector
JK The Protector Cover art.jpg
PC Boxart
Release Date: 2009
Developer: Gingerbread Studios
Publisher: City Interactive
Platforms: PC
Genre: First/Third-Person shooter

Jonathan Kane The Protector also known as Hidden Target or The Mark 2 in some regions (despite having nothing to do with The Mark outside of some developers, engine, and reused assets) is a 2009 first- and third-person shooter with the game being played as an FPS but with a cover system that changes the camera to third-person. The player has access to three weapon slots- the PT92 in slot 1, the MP5K or Uzi in slot 2, and the remaining weapons all in slot 3 with the player having to swap weapons that go into the same slot.

The player plays as ex-British soldier turned mercenary Jonathan Kane who finds himself hired to protect an ex-lover, Jennifer Guile, after her father is murdered.

The following weapons appear in the video game Jonathan Kane The Protector:


Taurus PT92

A Taurus PT92 shows up as the "Pistol" (Misidentified as "PT99" in the game files) and is used by everyone in the game. Enemies disarmed by shooting their weapon will draw the Taurus as a backup gun, oddly enemies in this state will die after being shot anywhere. Presumably the developers had no idea what to do if an enemy was disarmed of their backup gun, so they just made enemies die in one shot after being forced to use it.

Taurus PT92AF (blued) - 9x19mm
Kane's Taurus PT92 on a a table.
Holding the PT92.
Aiming with the PT92's iron sights.
Reloading the PT92.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

The Heckler & Koch MP5K appears as the most common enemy weapon and is falsely called a "Light-Machine Gun".

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
Holding the MP5K.
Aiming with the misaligned ironsights.
Reloading the MP5K.


The Uzi appears as a rarer second submachine gun and is only used by enemies in the final level.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
Holding the Uzi.
Aiming with the Uzi's obtrusive sights.
Reloading the Uzi.
The Uzi in Kane's armory.

Assault Rifles


The L85A2 appears as the "Assault Rifle".

L85A2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Holding the L85A2.
Aiming through the L85A2's SUSAT scope.
Kane takes a look at the third person model of the L85A2 in a weapon locker while reloading his own rifle.

Heckler & Koch XM8

The Heckler & Koch XM8 appears as the "Advanced Assault Rifle".

Early version of Heckler & Koch XM8 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Kane chambers the XM8 when switching to it.
Holding the XM8.
Aiming through the XM8's scope.
The world model of the XM8.

Light Machine Guns


The RPK appears as the sole machine gun of the game and is never used by NPCs. It uses a 75-round drum magazine which holds 90 rounds and is simply referred to as "Light Machine Gun".

RPK with 75-round Soviet type drum magazine - 7.62x39mm
Holding the RPK.
Aiming the RPK.
Reloading the RPK, showing off the 2D cartridge in the magazine (hey, at least there's something there).
Chambering the RPK.
The RPK on the ground.

Sniper Rifles

M24 Sniper Weapon System

The M24 Sniper Weapon System appears as the game's sniper rifle and is reloaded with a detachable box magazine.

M24 sniper rifle with Harris bipod - .300 Winchester Magnum
Holding the "Sniper Rifle" as it's called in-game or "M24" as it's called in the game's files
Racking the M24's bolt and ejecting a used round, oddly this animation is used both when firing and when selecting the M24 but thankfully doesn't remove any ammo when just selecting the rifle.
Reloading the Remington M24.
Aiming through the M24's scope.
The M24 laying on the ground.


M67 Fragmentation Grenade

The M67 appears as the grenade of the game.

M67 fragmentation grenade
Finding a few M67 grenades.
Preparing to throw the M67.
A live M67 in a cutscene.


C4 charges appear in Kane's hideout which he sets up ahead of time in case he is ambushed. Oddly, these charges are activated by the same minigame for hacking electronic locks and the charges explode if the player fails enough times which is odd considering how stable C4 is.

JK The Protector C4.jpg


Advanced Taser M26

The Advanced Taser M26 is the only weapon usable by Jennifer, featuring a laser sight and infinite reserve ammo.

Advanced Taser M26
The Advanced Taser M26 in a locker.
Holding the Advanced Taser M26.
Zapping with the Advanced Taser M26.
Replacing the cartridge, the side of the weapon is then flicked which reactivates the yellow light on the side.

Gun Shop

In the "Gun Emporium" level, Kane visits an illegal gun Shop in order to acquire new weaponry, which includes various unusable models of weapons.

The various revolvers on the sign.
The low-detail shotguns/rifles behind the counter. The shotguns vaguely resemble the Ithaca 37, although this is likely not the intent.
Handguns on display.
A poster depicting a Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*.
The shop's owner Julio with a generic revolver in a holster.

The Mark weapons

The MP7, Colt Model 933, FAMAS and AK-47 from The Mark appear reused as static weapon props in the gun shop.

The MP7, Colt Model 933, FAMAS and AK-47 in the gunshop.

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