D-Day 1944 (Conflict-series) Varies with device

Source:Joni Nuutinen

Conflicts: D-Day is a turn based strategy game which takes place on the western front during the Second World War. General Eisenhower has stepped down and you are in the command of the Allied invasion force - tank, airborne, infantry and airforce units - and the object of the game is to break out from the D-Day beachheads and liberate as much of Nazi-occupied France as possible, as quickly as possible. To have a chance to seize the top spot in the Hall of Fame you need to skillfully encircle German units commanded by Erwin Rommel, while battling both the regular Wehrmacht divisions and the feared Panzer VI (Tiger I) tank units.

+ Campaign mirrors the historical setup of the real 1944 Normandy landings.
+ Hall of Fame - See how you carry out Operation Overlord compared to other commanders.
+ Variation: Each time you start a game both the location and timing of AI units is a little bit different. Similarly the strategy and tactics used by the German army vary according to the flow of the game.
+ Many settings to alter the look of the gaming experience, like: animated movement of AI units, custom font and map size.
+ Experienced units learn new skills, like improved attack or defence performance, ability to cross rivers without losing move points.
+ A wide variety of units under your command: Sherman M4 tanks, American/British/Canadian infantry divisions, paratroopers, special units like US Army Rangers and Royal Marines Commando Brigade, Crab mine cleaner tanks, airforce French resistance espionage units. Meanwhile, the German Wehrmacht starts with coastal fortifications, and weaker ost battalions and static infantry units, but as the days pass, is reinforced with regular infantry, Waffen SS and Panzer divisions.
+ Automatically saves current game.

In order to be a victorious general, it is essential that you learn to coordinate your attacks in two ways. First, as adjacent units give support to an attacking unit, keep your units in groups in order to gain local superiority. Secondly, it is rarely a good idea to use brute force when it is possible to encircle the enemy and cut off its supply lines instead.

To get a sense of how Conflicts: D-Day works, try out Conflicts: Operation Barbarossa LITE -- http://goo.gl/vLuaP -- which uses the same mechanics as Conflicts: D-Day.

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