Boot camp but without all the yelling! Learn the basics of Storm over the Pacific with these videos
Matrix Games and Wastelands Interactive (www.wastelands-interactive.com) are pleased to announce the availability of three quick but effective video tutorials for their new WWII Pacific theater strategy game, Storm over the Pacific. The three tutorial videos detail the essential tools for any would-be admiral: moving land units, launching amphibious invasions, and commanding a naval battle.
The videos, in addition to more tutorial videos, are all available on YouTube.
These should help when trying out the new demo for Storm over the Pacific, just posted yesterday.
David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “Storm over the Pacific has been well received thus far and enthusiasm continues to rise even after release. These tutorials show just how easy the game is to pick up and play!”
The creators of WW2: Time of Wrath move to the Pacific theater with Storm over the Pacific. Depicting the epic conflict between Japan and the United States, players choose from 26 available countries with historically accurate orders of battle including land, sea and air units and leaders. Concentrate on directing one country or command several to lead an alliance of nations. Engage in battle over the vast expanse of the Pacific with 16 unit types modeled with an intuitive supply system and governed by realistic and historically accurate weather patterns.
Behind the front lines, players can also manage alliances, monitor economic conditions, and research new technologies. With shrewd management of research resources, players may even embark on a dramatic race to develop Atomic weapons and turn the tide of the war! Even the best laid plans may still falter, though, as hundreds of historical events may occur throughout a campaign, adding the element of surprise and unpredictability that is so commonly found in war.
Storm over the Pacific also sports a configurable user interface that allows you to freely arrange the information and orders panes on the screen. With this sort of freedom, commanding armies and managing nations is easier than ever! Create your own intuitive interface suited to your play style so you can concentrate on plotting to defeat your enemies!
Sean Drummy Marketing and Press Relations Manager