||(Win98/Me/XP/2000) (Jewel Case) (BULGE44PJ)
Publisher: HPS Simulation
"We can still lose this war."
--Lt.Gen. G.S. Patton
It is late 1944 and the Western Allies are catching their
breath after racing across France. Standing at the frontier of Germany, the end
of the war seems at hand. The Germans have other ideas, however, and with their
last reserves have secretly built an armored army, and honed it to a razor's
edge. As daylight breaks, the panzer columns race through the Ardennes, the
behemoths shaking the ground as if nothing on this earth can stop them. Allied
units, shocked and alone in their scattered positions grimly determine to
accomplish the impossible. In the desperate hours ahead, these brave and heroic
men will decide the war on the Western Front.
1 km hexes, 2 hour turns, with a master map measuring
approximately 170 by 100 kilometers. Over 2,700 units represent the German 5th
Panzer, 6th Panzer, and 7th Armies and the Allied forces, mainly at battalion
and company level.
Players control tank, reconnaissance, artillery,
infantry, parachute, engineer, antitank, flak, rocket, headquarters, and a wide
variety of other specialized units.
Over 20 historically based scenarios are included, with
several "what-if" scenarios as well. The grand historical scenarios last 162
turns (to 2 January 1945).
- Bulge '44 can be viewed and played in either 2-d or 3-d
- Supports single person play against the computer,
two-person hot-seat, two-person Play-By-E-Mail, and multiplayer network play
over LANs and the Internet.
- Comes with Main Program, full-featured Scenario Editor,
and Order of Battle Editor.
- Complete on-line Help documentation plus on-line
printable documentation in Microsoft Word format. .
Windows 98/Me/XP/2000: · Pentium-based 133mhz+
PC with 32 megabytes of RAM. · 250 megabytes of hard drive space
· · CDROM drive for installation and game play · Windows
compatible sound card · Modem/LAN for PBEM
Windows 95 is not supported.
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