Release Date: 24 FEB 2015
To End All Wars: Breaking the Deadlock is the first expansion to the most detailed World War One wargame ever created. Adding 5 completely new scenarios, this expansion aims to vastly increase the content in-game, giving players the option to focus on specific campaigns in Italy, the Balkans and even the Middle-East.
Release Date: 26 AUG 2014
AGEOD's To End All Wars is the definitive detailed grand strategy game of the period. It is a turn based regional game with an emphasis on playability and historical accuracy. It is built on the renowned AGE game engine, with a modern and intuitive interface that makes it easy to learn yet hard to master. This is must have game for anyone interested in the period.
Release Date: 12 NOV 2012
At the heart of the conflict, when men fought for every inch of land, only visionary leaders could make the choices that would lead their troops to victory. The remarkable sequence of events that inexorably led to the 'Great War' is written in our history books and pictured in our movies. Now a new turn-based strategy game captures this time of war with unprecedented realism, playability and accuracy: Commander - The Great War!
Release Date: 14 APR 2011
Advanced Tactics with limitless possibilities this is Advanced Tactics: Gold! Based on the award winning game engine by the same name, Advanced Tactics: Gold offers a unique and infinitely replayable wargaming experience for any strategy fan. Building off of the enormous success of Advanced Tactics: World War II, the Gold edition gives players a more powerful game editor, much improved random game engine, many new features and abilities, and more.
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Reviewed: 21 NOV 2016
"Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe (SC WiE) is just such a game; accessible enough for the uninitiated (to the wargame genre) as well as sophisticated and deep enough, I would surmise, for most grognards."
Reviewed: 24 OCT 2016
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" I want to mention that the computer opponent (the companion of the lonely players like me) can handle nations more effectively than in other strategy level games which have so many variables to deal with"