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A computer rendition of the boardgame based upon the 3rd Edition rules. Its AI fails to deliver on several fronts.
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Atari STComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Oct, 1993)
A computer rendition of the boardgame based upon the 3rd Edition rules. Its AI fails to deliver on several fronts.
 
Computer Third Reich is a very welcome computer game for those of us who have always wanted to play 3R, but could never find opponents or gather up the courage to play the experienced wizards at the local or national game conventions. It allows one to become acquainted with the basic mechanics of this classic (and thought-provoking) system without becoming bogged down by those mechanics when one is ready to play. The artificial opponent is just good enough to afford a couple of solid games for each scenario and the campaign game as a whole, before one is ready to lay it to waste like Hitler ripped through Poland. Experienced players should only purchase the game if they wish to play it in "play-by-mail" competitions.
 
Atari STComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Aug, 1992)
Computer Third Reich is a very welcome computer game for those of us who have always wanted to play 3R, but could never find opponents or gather up the courage to play the experienced wizards at the local or national game conventions. It allows one to become acquainted with the basic mechanics of this classic (and thought-provoking) system without becoming bogged down by those mechanics when one is ready to play. The artificial opponent is just good enough to afford a couple of solid games for each scenario and the campaign game as a whole, before one is ready to lay it to waste like Hitler ripped through Poland. Experienced players should only purchase the game if they wish to play it in "play-by-mail" competitions.