||(Win98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (PACIFICWPJ)
Publisher: HPS Simulation
War in the Pacific
The scope of the fighting in the Pacific during World War II
was gigantic, From the Japanese to the Americans, Russians, Chinese, British,
Australians, and others, the fighting included countries from across the world
and ranged from thick jungles to remote islands and terrain of all types.
Picking up where the game Proud and Few left off, Squad Battles: Pacific War
includes additional nations, weapons, and vehicles and a wide range of
scenarios covering many of the battles and campaigns of the Pacific. From
Nomonhan in Russia to the jungles of Bruma, Pacific War enables you to replay
the History of WWII in the Pacific.
At each stage of a campaign, players
choose from 2-4 operational decisions that will result in a tactical battle to
be played out on an expansive map, providing room for maneuver. The campaign is
non-linear, with both offensive and defensive operational options available to
Pacific War contains 60 scenarios covering
the entire Pacific Theater in World War II involving a host of new
nationalities. Forces from the Chinese (both Nationalist and Communist), Dutch,
Soviet Australian, British, and US Armies are pitted against the Japanese.
"On-map Combat Results" option allows you
to speed up play significantly, for both your turn and the AI turn.
Play modes include:
- AI (against the computer)
- Two-Player Hotseat (single computer)
- Network Play (both two player and multiplayer using
Windows 98/Me/XP: Pentium-based 200mhz+ PC with 32
megabytes of RAM. 250 megabytes of hard drive space. CD-ROM drive for
installation and game play. Windows compatible sound card. Modem/LAN/Internet
for Network play
Windows 95 is not supported.
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