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Back to News Listing New Screenshots for John Tillerís Campaign Series

Posted: Thursday, May 31, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: ScreenShots

Get some digital eye candy detailing the release of this compilation of strategy classics

Matrix Games and Campaign Series Legion are excited to release a pack of screenshots John Tiller’s Campaign Series. This compilation combines many of the popular World War II turn-based tactical games from Talonsoft’s Campaign Series into one affordable package. Gamers will spend countless hours testing their strategic might against a clever AI enemy in the large variety of theaters which come with John Tiller’s Campaign Series. Such theaters include: West Front, East Front, East Front 2, and the Rising Sun platoon-level combat series, as well as all of the official add-ons and expansion packs.

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “John Tiller’s Campaign Series is more than just a re-release of several wargaming classics into one package, although that would still be a great buy for any Campaign Series fan. This Matrix Games edition compilation includes a variety of new features and content which will excite the veteran Campaign Series buff and further entice players who have yet to experience the series’ addicting gameplay.”

 

The John Tiller’s Campaign Series exemplifies tactical war-gaming at its finest by bringing you the entire collection of TalonSoft's award-winning campaign series. Apart from the classic gameplay and style that originally enticed gamers into a Campaign Series frenzy, players will have the option to play “What-if” scenarios like a Soviet/Western Allies confrontation not only in Europe but also in the Far East. Additionally, the compilation includes hundreds of unit types for almost every country and every combat type. The wide variety of units include Cossacks, operational trains, Chinese Junks and Sampans, river gunboats, captured equipment, siege mortars, river ferries, German landing barges, sea going warships (for the Baltic), amphibious tanks, mine clearing tanks, and dozens of pre-war models and prototypes. Lastly, John Tiller’s Campaign Series comes complete with Unit, Map, and Scenario editors which allow users to create battles from scratch including all five major climate zones.

 

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