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ZOOM iM1A2 Abrams
$14.95 (Win95/Win98) (Retail) (M1A2PR)

Interactive Magic

Game

Ratings:

95% from Computer Game Entertainment

America's Main Battle Tank

Imagine 70 Tons of steel and raw firepower thundering across the landscape at 40mph - with you in command!

Interactive Magic and Charybdis, Inc. proudly introduce iM1A2 Abrams. This simulation of America's main battle tank has it all - the power, weaponry and ammo of the real Abrams, plus state-of-the-art graphics, multiple difficulty levels, and mutiplayer support - produced and designed with the veterans who brought you M1 Tank Platoon, "Wild Bill" Stealey and Arnold Hendrick.

Command a platoon of four tanks or an entire company with other vehicles, artillery, and helicopters, from a variety of external views and a multi-zoom map view. Blast your way through battles and campaigns from Middle Eastern deserts to the Ukrainian steppes and the Balkan mountains. Control your tank as driver, gunner, or tank commander.

iM1A2 Abrams gets your blood pumping with the latest jam-packed, fast-paced action. Whether you want a solid tactical challenge or just like to blow up anything that crosses your path, this tank simulation is worth the ride!

Features

Realistic simulation of today's M1A2 Abrams tank

Includes up-to-date U.S. and Russian equipment

Configuration options from easy to realistic

3 different campaign theaters: Persian Gulf, Bosnia, and Ukraine

Unlimited single battles with 8 different campaign scenarios

Includes multi-player network play

M1A2 Abrams Specifications Courtesy of General Dynamics Land Systems Division

Fightability: A Dramatic Weapons System

The mission of the Abrams tank is to close with and destroy enemy forces on the integrated battlefield using mobility, firepower and shock effect. The 120mm main gun combined with the powerful 1500 hp turbine engine and special armor make the Abrams particularly suitable for attacking or defending against large concentrations of heavy armor forces on a highly lethal battlefield. The M1A2 development program, built on the M1A1, provides an Abrams tank with the necessary improvements in lethality, survivability, and fightability required to defeat the threat of the mid '90s.

Today, fightability is the culmination of the weapon system's ability to help the soldier make the most effective, best informed decision...in the least amount of time. The performance of the M1 series tank has defined that term.

General Dynamics, under the leadership of the U.S. Army, has worked to implement an intense system engineering, design and integration program to improve the fightability of the Main Battle Tank.

The M1A2's suite of advanced displays, controls and survivability enhancements as well as addition of data and power management systems...elevate fightability of the Main Battle Tank to new levels.

The most innovative feature of the M1A2 system is the core vetronics system, which is to the close combat weapon system what avionics is to the jet fighter. Instead of separate, hard wiring of components, all controls are linked through two electronic buses; one controlling power, the other data.

The supportability, lethality and fightability of the M1A2 add up to a combat system that is second to none...a Main Battle Tank ready today...the standard for weapon systems of the future...the M1A2: fightability defined.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98, 486DX/4 100 (Pentium 75), 12MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM, mouse, SVGA, 16MB free HD space, sound card w/DAC.

Reviews:

Computer Game Entertainment, July 1997

Computer Game Entertainment magazine has demanded (with threat of suit) that we delete all excerpts from their review of this product. We have done that and have also eliminated them completely from our web site (except for this single mention).



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