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0.0
Version:
1.0g
Size:
4.50 MB
License [?]:
Freeware
Price:
Not available
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Category:
Strategy and World Software
Developer:
2M Games
Operating System:
Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP
Additional Requirements:
Pentium, 16MB RAM
Limitations
Not available

Battle for Moscow Review

" Free turn based wargame covering Operation Typhoon in late 1941. "

Battle for Moscow recreates the German unsuccessfull attempt to capture Moscow in late 1941, followed by the Russian counter-offensive that denied the German any chance to conclude the eastern war that year. To win, the German must march hard towards the Russian capital, capturing it ensuring them a great victory, on the other side, the Russians must keep Moscow out of German reach and drive axis units back to their starting position by the end of winter.

Battle for Moscow is a turn based wargame. It uses classic rules like hex movements, ZOC's, combat odds, supply, multi-steps units, reinforcements, replacements, rail movement, variable / historical weather, etc. It is played on a map of 16x10 hexs, with an average of 50 units. There are 2 scenarios and a full campaign that lasts for up to 14 turns. One player will control the German army, the other plays the Soviet forces.


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