User Reviews

Excellent early war simulation Apple II ClarkBHM (279)
AI Good for its time, Game draws me 20 years later... Apple II Richard Jender (1)

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Apple II Awaiting 5 votes...
Atari 8-bit Awaiting 5 votes...
Commodore 64 Awaiting 5 votes...
PC Booter 9 3.3
Combined User Score 9 3.3


Critic Reviews

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90
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1991)
An operational/strategic simulation of the Western Front during World War II, the scenarios offer real value. The campaign suffers from an incompetent computer opponent, but this product has aged well. Now, if they would only offer the hard drive-installable version....
90
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1991)
An operational/strategic simulation of the Western Front during World War II, the scenarios offer real value. The campaign suffers from an incompetent computer opponent, but this product has aged well. Now, if they would only offer the hard drive-installable version....
90
PC BooterComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1991)
An operational/strategic simulation of the Western Front during World War II, the scenarios offer real value. The campaign suffers from an incompetent computer opponent, but this product has aged well. Now, if they would only offer the hard drive-installable version....
65
Commodore 64Zzap! (Nov, 1985)
All in all then, not up to the standards set by SSI for their state of the art wargames, but certainly worth adding to your collection.
 
Atari 8-bitComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1985)
Both products are recommended. CIE offers five scenarios in one package, a bargain. While DITD lacks a campaign scenario, the scale offers a reasonable explanation. We can eagerly look forward to the next Command Series game, Conflict in Vietman. In 1969 who would have ever thought we would be looking forward to conflict in Viet Nam!
 
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1985)
Both products are recommended. CIE offers five scenarios in one package, a bargain. While DITD lacks a campaign scenario, the scale offers a reasonable explanation. We can eagerly look forward to the next Command Series game, Conflict in Vietman. In 1969 who would have ever thought we would be looking forward to conflict in Viet Nam!