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Back to News Listing Matrix Games & SSG Announce Carriers At War

Posted: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 by Matrix Support

Type: News

This is not a drill, Fight from Pearl Harbor to the Philippine Sea

Matrix Games, and SSG, www.ssg.com.au, are proud to announce the recreation of a wargame classic.  Carriers at War will be coming to Matrix Games later this year.  The game is a simulation of fleet carrier air and naval operations in the Pacific theater from 1941 to 1945.

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games said, “Our goal as a company is not just to find new products, but to help restore some of the greatest of the past.  SSG’s long lines of incredible games are always a welcome addition to this effort.”

 

Carriers at War focuses heavily on carrier fleet command strategy.  Other units are represented and play a part in battle, but as the title suggests the queen of the sea is the focus. 


Features include:

 

  • Command carriers in the greatest naval engagements of World War 2, including Pearl Harbor, Midway, Coral Sea, Eastern Solomons, and more.
  • Multiplayer games over the Internet or a LAN.
  • Historically Accurate Ship and Aircraft Profiles
  • One of the greatest and most challenging AIs in wargaming history make this game fun for single player as well as multiplayer.

 

 

Stay tuned to Matrix Games and our forums at www.matrixgames.com for more information on Carriers at War as it becomes available.

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