The Great War: 1914-1918
Introduction to the game is based on the concept of the book where pages represent individual events and history facts.
There are also animated cutscenes...
... and graphic presentation of the foundations of the conflict.
Main menu where player can set up many different things.
At the beginning of the game player can choose a side.
Typical game screen. On the left player 1, on the right player 2.
By selecting different options of the cursor player can move, attack, look at the map...
... or check some information about the units. Different option are also possible in depots, factories and in HQ building.
There is also a suitable cutscene animation in the moment of entering to the enemies or abandoned depot or factory.
During the battle number of fighting units is presented.
Depending on player's choice, a suitable battles presentation can be viewed.
Battles are not interactive and they are packed with details depending on the type of the fighting units and terrain.
After each map there are historical facts with pictures presented.
Map can be won either by eliminating all the opponent's units or by capturing its HQ.
Depending on the way how the level was solved, there is a different animation presented.
If achieved score is spectacular player is also awarded with a medal.
Defend the base at all costs.
Elite infantry information screen
The enemy has captured a depot.
Cavalry vs Infantry
There is heavy artillery hidden in a depot. You can use it in battle!
The game offers a lot of information about World War I.
New unit: Voisin III plane
You need to capture German train station in this mission.
German bomber ready to move.
A7V Tank information screen
Surrounded by Allied forces.
Mark I tank information screen
Mark I tanks vs infantry
New German unit: Gotha Bomber
Patrol boat information screen
Bunkers vs armoured cars
Patrol boats vs armoured cars
Victory animation displayed after conquering a map
(Intro) It was all quiet on the Western Front...
(Intro) Everything was fun and games...
(Intro) ...until someone shot archduke Franz Ferdinand!
The introduction explains the chain of political events leading to the First World War
Victory animation displayed after capturing an enemy HQ
French army barracks
A reprimand or a promotion?
Before the invention of <i>achievements</i>, people were given medals
Are we missing some important screenshots?