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ZOOM 688(I) Hunter/Killer
Sold Out (Win95/98/ME/XP) (Small Retail) (688PR)

Jane's Combat Simulations / Electronic Arts

Game

Suitable for all audiences

The Ultimate Nuclear Sub Simulation

Jane's Combat Simulations presents 688 (I) Hunter/Killer, the most realistic submarine simulation ever developed for PC. Master the sonar and weapons control systems, learn to develop real target solutions and outfit your boat with the latest advanced weaponry. Then use your skills to complete the tour of duty and earn your dolphins to become a true submariner.

Key Features:

A truly authentic simulation: Developed by Sonalysts, a defense contractor who designs submarine simulators for the U.S. Navy.

Over 12 detailed operating stations: Control all aspects of submarine warfare, including the sonar suite, fire control, helm and target motion analysis.

Real-world terrain: Ocean depth and water density for the entire globe are based on actual satellite topographical data.

Real-life situations: Conduct detailed training and single missions, plus a full campaign, all based on political analysis from Jane's Information Group.

Multiplayer warfare: Seek and destroy up to 8 players over the Internet or LAN, or 2-player Sub-to-Sub via modem.

Full 3-D technology: Full 3-D technology allows for multiple camera views and accurate 3-D models of over 20 different naval weapons platforms.

Complete control: Manage all of the resources of your submarine, including crewmen training and weapons load-outs.

Requirements: Windows 95, Pentium 90 MHz CPU or faster, 12 MB hard drive space minimum installation, 95 MB hard drive space maximum installation, 16 MB RAM, 4X CD-ROM drive (transfer rate 600K or higher), 100 MB free hard drive space after installation for Windows 95 swap file, High-color (65,535 color) - capable 1 MB PCI DirectX compatible video card, DirectX compatible sound card, 688(I) Hunter/Killer CD required during play, Mouse.

Required for Multi-Player Option: One CD required per player; LAN game (2-8 players): Network with IPX/SPX compatible protocol or TCP/IP compatible protocol; Internet game (2-8 players): Internet connection with TCP/IP compatible protocol. 28.8kps or faster connection; Modem game (2 players): 14.4 kps or faster plug & play modem. High speed serial port (16550 UART); Direct Serial game (2 players): Null modem or data transfer cable. High speed serial port (16550 UART).

Tested OK on Windows XP.

TITLE: Improved "Los Angles" Class Submarine

COUNTRY: United States of America

DESIGNATIONS: SSN (751-773)

TYPE: Nuclear-propelled Attack Submarine

PROGRAMME:

With 62 boats commissioned over a twenty year period, the "Los Angeles" class SSNs are the definitive attack submarines. Having taken the Cold War to the gates of the Soviet SSBN bastions, and with the launch of 15 Tomahawks against Baghdad, the 688s are the yardstick against which all other submarines are measured. Initially commissioned in 1976, this multipurpose sub was primarily designed to eliminate hostile SSBNs before they could launch missiles against the USA. However, their roles have broadened to include, among other things, task force defense, seal team deployment, and cruise missile land attacks.

Built to replace the "Sturgeon" class, the Los Angeles class has 12 vertical launch tubes capable of firing Tomahawk missiles and runs approximately five knots faster. The class became improved with the commissioning of the San Juan (SSN 751). The major enhancements include removing the sail-mounted hydroplanes, and replacing them with retractable bow planes to allow for surfacing through ice, as well as improved quieting and the ability to launch mines.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Displacement: 6,300 tons standard
7,147 tons submerged
Length: 360 feet overall
Beam: 33 feet
Draft: 32 feet
Propulsion: 2 steam turbines; approx. 30,000 shp; 1 shaft
Reactors: 1 pressurized-water S6G
Speed: 22 knots surfaces; 30+ knots submerged
Manning: 133 (13 officers, 120 enclisted)
Tubes: 4 21-inch torpedo tubes (amidships) for torpedoes and missiles
12 Vertical Launch tubes for Tomahawks
Missiles: UGM-84A Sub-Harpoon anti-ship missile
BGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM)
Torpedoes: Mk 48 ADCAP torpedo
Radars: BPS-15A/-16 - surface search and navigation
Sonars: BQQ-5D/E - multi function bow mounted
BQR-15 - towed array "wet-end"
BQR-25 - towed array "dry-end"
(TB-16 or TB-23 - towed array in later/updated units)
BQS-15 - under ice/mine detection
Fire Control: BSY-1(V) - target solutions
Mk 117 Mod O FCS - weapon status and presets
ESM Systems: BRD-7 - direction finder
WRL-8(V)2 - signal classification
WRL-9 - active sonar and homing torpedo detection
WRL-10 - radar warning


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