Very, very challenging. The AI on this game is very unpredictable. Problem is, the allies in this game DID NOT fight like this in North Africa in 1941-42. Needs changes in style, otherwise a good game.
Another excellent offering in the Conflicts Series, but with the twists of having to shunt fuel, deal with unreliable allies, sandstorms, and more. Quite challenging and very replayable. I really only have one complaint: Operation Flipper. Historically, this was an attempted commando raid on Rommel's HQ in November 1941; it failed and was not repeated. In Easy mode, it can happen 3-5 times in a single game, which just seems excessive.
Great game, challenging and fun to play. Wish I had discovered conflict series sooner, can't wait to try other games in series 👍👍👍👍👍
games are sweet love them , can i play them on a computer? can i hook phone up to computer ? im new at this stuff.
For fans of the old Avalon Hill type games Good hex turn-based game. Periodic updates, that are well thought out and generally enhance play. you are buying not just the game, but a rolling improvement program to go with it. You can even suggest enhancements to the developer. Of course, you can't buy victory by purchases, so this is a game for proper strategists, not rich spoilt brats. I have now bought a second game from the same developer (The American Civil War game), and although the mechanics are a little different in each, they are both superb!
+ Long press DONE: Mark unit permanently DONE (move to unlock)
+ Antitank Guns: Small bonus vs immobile targets
+ Setting: MP/HP marker transparency
+ Slightly rounded HP and MP square
+ Line-of-Sight (LOS) & Fog-of-War (FOW) improvements
+ Minimap: white combat units, black support units, skips mines
+ Italian Collaboration & Operation Flipper: White border on Locked down units
+ Setting: Switch for Bombardment/Barrage dialog
+ Setting: Unit Markers: Increase size switch