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V for Victory: Gold-Juno-Sword

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    June 7th, 1944



    The sleepy Norman Countryside has come to the forefront of the War as over 100,000 Allied troops assault Hitler's vaunted Atlantic Wall. Eight German panzer divisions and three powerful Commonwealth corps are engulfed in the titanic battle for Caen and the Commonwealth beaches...



    V for Victory - Game 4, Gold • Juno • Sword, takes the series back to the Normandy beaches. As the Commonwealth commander, you must take and hold a beach head large enough to secure a foothold in Europe, and open a second front against Germany. As the German commander, you must destroy the Commonwealth Divisions, and force them to withdraw from the continent.



    Variety
    Lead your forces against the computer or another player. Test your skills as a WWII combat commander in seven scenarios of increasing difficulty:



    • The Orne Bridges: Elements of the British 6th Airborne Division defend the bridges over the Orne against strong German attacks.
    • Attack of the 12th SS: The Elite 12th SS "Hitler Youth" Division attacks elements of the British Third "London" Infantry Division as it advances to Caen.
    • Off the Beaches: The Commonwealth forces of the 1st and 30th Corps must advance to Caen, enlarge the beachhead against strong German resistance, and link up with the Americans west of Bayeux.
    • The End Run: The British 7th and 50th Divisions must seize and then defend Villers-Bocage and turn the left flank of the German defense of Caen, the ancient capital of William the Conqueror.
    • To the Sea: The Hypothetical German counter-attack to isolate the British beaches from a linkup with the Americans on Omaha beach.
    • Charge of the Bull: The powerful 9th and 10th SS Panzer Divisions launch a counterattack against the British 11th Armoured Division in its advance across the Odon River.
    • Campaign Game: The complete Gold • Juno • Sword Campaign Game, the all-encompassing scenario, gives the player ample opportunities to maneuver, attack, and defend.


    V for Victory: Gold • Juno • Sword also includes numerous options and historical variants. Select one or more of them in combination for dozens of different scenarios.



    'Wargamming Without Compromise'
    The critically acclaimed V for Victory series sets a new standard for computer wargames. Brilliant in complexity yet easy to play, V for Victory is the most complete, accurate, and realistic simulation of large scale WWII ground combat ever produced.



    Features



    • Playing area is an authentic, full color scrolling map of the Bayeux-Caen area of France. 13 different terrain types, including bocage, swamp, beach, and forest.

    • Over 600 military units including forces from four different countries, divided into 9 major types of units and over 60 subtypes. Player has complete control over individual units but can delegate certain responsibilities to a Staff Assistant.

    • 9 types of combat, including probes, air attacks, and all-out assaults, and 8 kinds of offensive and defensive artillery missions.

    • Detailed weather effects and weather forecasts, including temperature and precipitation.

    • Player can assume either Allied or Axis command, and play against the computer or another player.

    • Options "limited intelligence" feature provides varying amounts of information about enemy activity, allowing for more realistic play.

    • Extensive campaign analyses and historical background information.

    • 7 scenarios of varying difficulty, including an introductory scenario and the complete Campaign Game.

    • Game units include elite SS Panzer Divisions, British and Canadian assault divisions, and the powerful British 1st, 8th, and 30th Corps.


    Contributed by Brian Hirt (10014) on Mar 01, 1999.