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Topic: Old tactical game - Stalingrad PegasusBridge Okinawa -
Can anyone remember a old tactical computer wargame, counter style, which has at least the Stalingrad , Pegasus Bridge and Okinawa?
The counter were a section/platoon/gun and we could add to the section heavy weapons such flamethower and rocket lauchers.
Its a bit old one but I would like to revisit it as I love the game when I was 14 yrs old... Cant remenber the name unfortunatley.
Can you help me find it?
Originally Posted By Wodin
V for Victory series? By SSG...
Probably not V for Victory which was an Atomic Games creation published by 360 Games...3 of the 4 were set in Normandy and the Velikie Luki ( Yeah I can't spell Russian ), wasn't anywhere near Stalingrad.
You are right, it probably was an old SSG series based on their first iteration of Battlefront. They published a bunch of games with that system. Rommel in North Africa, and Panzer Battles ( in Russia ) were the two I remember best, but there were 5-6 games in all. One wonders if GOG has approached them about these, or vice versa?
One mistake, and you're sliding down the razor blade of defeat, and a dull, rusted, and poisoned blade at that.
Thank you for the replies!
As far as I recall the game add several mini scenarios like 10-15 turns and was played in a small map.
The Pegasus Brigde scenario it started with the British troops getting out of the Gliders and each turn more German troops aprear from the barracks.
That scenario was my favorite..
I will check the Old Battlefront title.
Any other suggestions?
Again many thanks!
Yes, I remember the game on my Amiga. I remember because it was actually quite excellent and felt a lot like Squad Leader. I'll see if I can't dig it up, but Yes - it was really good!
IIRC it was a "one-off" from a no-name publisher. Now I've got to find it too!