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Zzap! (Jan, 1988)
Personally, if I was in charge of this battlefield I would make sure that the helpless command post was properly fortified so that it couldn't be crushed by the Ogre in such a casual way, and I'd have another Ogre -- or two -- lined up to meet the enemy. But it's not fair to take the scenario too literally -- as a game it works very well indeed.
Surprisingly similar to the Amiga version, with most of the main features present. Slower and not as colourful as the Amiga version but just as playable.
Info (Jan, 1987)
An Ogre is a cybernetic tank with more armor and armament than your standard army division. In this game you defend your command post against one of these juggernauts with standard armor and infantry. You can play a 2-human version, but the real fun is you against the computer. The rules to, this one are easier than most simulations, so it might be a good one to pick if you've been wanting to break into battle simulation games. The graphics and sound are limited, but the pull-down menus and joystick interface make play easy. Very nice.
The standards of strategy software have risen dramatically in the last year.
Based on the MetaGaming boardgame, this is a faithful rendition of futuristic tank warfare. However, its inability to design or modify the Ogre tank and its graphics in today's market condemn this product to "shelf-dust."