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HPS Simulations and John Tiller are proud to announce the release of

PANZER CAMPAIGNS:

 

 

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Grievous Miscalculation

Toward the end of 1942, the German High Command saw that the tide on the East Front had reached its peak. After the setback in front of Moscow in 1941, the mighty German Army surged forward again in the summer of ’42. After defeating an ill-fated Soviet summer offensive at Kharkov in May, they drove onward to the outskirts of Stalingrad by the late summer of that year. This is where the Stalingrad '42 game picks up the fight, including a number of scenarios covering the drive to the Volga.
 

After several months of bloody house to house fighting in the fall, the Soviet positions were reduced to pockets of rubble, barely 300 meters from the Volga. As the season turned to winter, Hitler remained fixated on taking the city, ultimately leading to disaster for his troops. He had badly underestimated the Soviet army’s ability to mount an offensive on his flanks.
 

The Russians cut through weak, poorly equipped, Rumanian troops and encircled the entire Sixth Army. In Stalingrad '42 you can re-fight this titanic struggle, exploring both the historical situation in addition to a number of plausible "What If" situations; a German retreat, a corseted flank defense, or a powerful panzer rescue force made available had Rommel been successful at el Alamein.

Variety of Play

 

 


 

 

$49.95

This is the Panzer Campaigns game that everyone has been waiting for.

Stalingrad ’42 includes 42 scenarios covering three periods of the overall battle. There are ten individual scenarios covering the early fighting in July and August. However, the Game focus is the Uranus Campaign and here there are 23 scenarios which include a full historical Campaign covering the period of encirclement with the relief effort, as well as a short campaign covering just the encirclement. We’ve also come up with a number of historically plausible “What If” situations such as exploring an option that would see the Germans being permitted to retreat from the Volga when the danger was apparent, or if they had adopted a more logical (in hindsight) corset defense on their flanks with Germans divisions being interspersed with the Rumanians. Finally, there are nine December scenarios dealing with the encircled 6th Army and action along the Chir River.

 

 

 

 

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Stalingrad '42 Features

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- 42 Scenarios – more than before with optimization for PBEM as well as a separate version for play against the AI.

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The Master Map with this title covers almost 74,000 hexes.

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Three separate Order-of-Battles with over 4000 units in the Uranus portion of the Game. 

Minimum Requirements

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-Pentium-based 133mhz+ PC with 32 megabytes of RAM

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280 megabytes of hard drive space 

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Windows 98/2K/XP operating system.

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DirectX 8.1+ is required and will install if not already present and not superceded. Win95 is not supported.


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$49.95

 

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