DescriptionTake a US fleet and survive the various encounters with the former Soviet Navy, the Chinese Navy, the Indian Navy, and many others. Most of the world's navy are included. Issue orders in real-time and watch your orders being carried out. Launch strike aircraft to take out enemy ships. Launch cruise missiles to destroy enemy airbases. Launch helicopters to prosecute hostile subs. Watch your ships defend themselves against incoming cruise missiles. This is the ultimate real-time challenge. Do you have what it takes to assume Fleet Command?
- "艦隊指揮官" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
- "Fleet Command" -- 2006 re-release
- "Aegis" -- Working title
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|Spel för Alla||Aug, 1999||9 out of 10||90|
|Power Unlimited||Sep, 1999||8.5 out of 10||85|
|Imperium Gier||Mar 10, 2000||80|
|PC Gamer Brasil||Aug, 1999||78 out of 100||78|
|Power Play||Jun, 1999||76 out of 100||76|
|GameSpot||Jun 01, 1999||7.5 out of 10||75|
|PC Gaming World||Jun, 1999||60|
|PC Joker||Jun, 1999||58 out of 100||58|
|Game.EXE||Jun, 1999||2.5 out of 5||50|
|Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault)||Jul 14, 1999||50|
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DevelopmentOriginally, Fleet Command was supposed to be an Aegis Destroyer simulator that allows one to control ship and its LAMPS helos to prosecute submarines and escort bigger ships like a CVBG or a convoy. Then Sonalysts realized they have to really simulate the rest of the task force as well, so they shifted the game focus, and we got Fleet Command instead.
ModsThe unit AI of each and every unit, from the individual planes and missiles to entire task groups can be edited via the "doctrine" files. The ones that came with the game was quite unrealistic and made the game felt like a typical RTS. Fans quickly started creating more detailed doctrine files and started adding more units and weapons to the database. See the "Links" for access to WDP: warship database project. There is also an unofficial patch V1.3 available.
ReceptionFleet Command was actually used at the US Naval Academy for command exercises, according to the Sonalysts website.
Related Web Sites
- Naval Warfare (Home of the Warship Database Project (WDP), this site has the latest unofficial Fleet Command patch (1.3) as well as wholesale database, graphics, and doctrine updates that turns the not-quite realistic RTS nature of Fleet Command into a sim that rivals Harpoon in accuracy!)