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ZOOM Great Naval Battles Vol. II:
Guadalcanal 1942-43
$4.95 (DOS) (With Manual) (GREATN2PO)

Publisher: Strategic Simulations, Inc. / Mindscape

Game

Battlestations!

Great Naval Battles Vol. II: Guadalcanal, 1942-43 sends you to the South Pacific for the monumental conflict that rocked these remote islands. Five tactical battles, three carrier battles, and two full campaigns provide hours of cutting-edge World War II naval combat simulation. All in spectacular, crisply detailed 640x480 Super-VGA!

Build your forces from 100 ship types and 20 plane types as you engage enemy forces on land, at sea, and in the air. Sophisticated command and control features let you give the computer responsibility for the details while you make the big decisions. Or, micro-manage every last detail - right down to the targeting of individual guns!

GNB II's stellar list of features includes an all-new interface that makes playing a real breeze. Fully animated real-time damage control screens. Top Down View for that critically important strategic viewpoint. Aircraft operations that let you view real-time action from the cockpit as well as the helm. Night Combat missions with Fog and Star Shell options. Game screens that use actual digitized WWII photos as backgrounds. There's even a special VCR function that lets you record and play back your battles - to see what went wrong or to savor what went well!

Requirements: 386/33 (486/33 recommended), 4MB of RAM, 512K SVGA card and VESA driver, DOS ver 5.0 or greater, 14MB of hard drive space (uncompressed hard drive), Sound Blaster family (except AWE card) and 100% compatibles.



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