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Back to News Listing Carriers at War is Put to Sea!

Posted: Friday, June 08, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: News

The highly anticipated naval combat simulator is now available for purchase

Matrix Games and Strategic Studies Group (www.ssg.com.au) are excited to announce the release of Carriers at War! This WWII naval combat strategy title has been anticipated by wargamers and naval simulation fans alike. Now gamers can get a piece of the action found in Carriers at War that The Wargamer called “sexier-looking than ever, while still retaining the realism, tension, and challenge that made the original so distinguished.”

Gregor Whiley, Vice President of Strategic Studies, added “Looking back on the work we’ve put into the various aspects of the Carriers at War engine, I know we have something that gamers will love. What better historical framework to base an intense strategy game like Carriers at War on than the dramatic and exciting Pacific Theatre.”

 

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “SSG has poured improvements, upgrades, and innovation into Carriers at War to truly create the next step in naval strategy games. We’re more than confident that the hard work that went into digitally swabbing the decks of Carriers at War will give gamers exactly what they’re looking for.”

 

Putting you at the heart of WWII carrier combat, in Carriers at War you are in charge of commanding carriers with immense amounts of firepower. Tasked with delivering a knockout blow to the enemy while avoiding retribution at the hands of a fanatical foe, Carriers at War focuses heavily on carrier fleet command strategy which must be used effectively to assure success. Throughout the myriad of scenarios and campaigns found in Carriers at War history buffs and strategy fans alike will recognize and enjoy playing through famous engagements like including Pearl Harbor, Midway, Coral Sea, Eastern Solomons, and more. To round out the Carriers at War experience, SSG’s latest work will include among the greatest and most challenging AI in wargaming history make this game fun for single player as well as multiplayer.

 

Get more information on Carriers at War from its official Matrix Games webpage and be sure to check out the pack of brand new screenshots to celebrate the game’s release!

 

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