Conflict: Europe

Moby ID: 11838
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Essentially an update of 8-bit game Theatre Europe, your task is again to play World War 3 scenarios fighting as NATO vs the Warsaw Pact.

The game uses pretty basic handling. While you can access some menus as the bottom of the screen you can see the map on the main part of the screen where each unit is indicated as small square. Your aim, of course, is to eliminate all the enemy units.

Some special actions can be selected, like deploying special units, attack with chemical weapons or even nuclear ones.



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The front page of the manual has the text "This program is dedicated to the people of the world in the hope that the game is never played for real". By the end of 1989 the political situation had changed enough to make it unlikely, although the threat on Nuclear warfare still hangs over the world.


  • ST Format
    • January 1990 (Issue #06) - Included in the list 50 Games of the Year


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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Quapil.

Linux, Windows added by Plok. Amiga, Atari ST added by Martin Smith.

Additional contributors: Martin Smith, Patrick Bregger, Jo ST.

Game added January 26, 2004. Last modified November 9, 2023.