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Commodore 64ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) (May, 1989)
First Over Germany is much more of an arcade game than it is a strategy game, so don't expect anything more from it. As an action game, though, it is quite fun, and the 25 missions available should certainly keep you playing for a while.
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1991)
A tactical simulation of the bomber offensive against Germany during World War II, it is relatively detailed. However, game play becomes somewhat tedious. Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe covers a similar subject but in a more state-of-the-art fashion.
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (May, 1989)
Overall, First Oyer Germany is an interesting product. It has adequate graphics and sound, but does not press the limits of any computer's capabilities. It offers the kinds of excitement garners have come to expect from a simulation, but not the kind of technical flash and visual stimuli one associates with the first person viewpoint. The real value of the program is in taking on the role of a WWII bomber pilot and experiencing his career in a compressed time frame. Perhaps, the empathy engendered toward this leader of men and his responsibility for the welfare of his crew is the most salient facet of the experience. Any player that wants to know the human factor of the air war will be interested in this game and those who enjoyed 50 Mission Crush and B-24 will definitely want to play this game.