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Back to News Listing Combat Command: The Matrix Edition Is Updated

Posted: Friday, July 8, 2011 by Sean Drummy

Type: Press Release

A few improvements to keep this strategy game combat-ready!

Matrix Games, Slitherine (www.slitherine.com), and Boku Strategy Games (www.bokustrategygames.com) are proud to release the comprehensive 1.01a update for their WWII strategy game, Combat Command: The Matrix Edition. The update fixes a few issues including a problem with PBEM games, adds Bocage to the Editor, and includes a new set of art from JMass which replaces the original map art files, adds a Spring tileset, and offers an additional zoom level.

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said, “Easy to learn and tons of fun, Combat Command: The Matrix Edition is a fantastic way to enjoy commanding a wide variety of battles throughout World War II. This update tweaks and shines a great gaming experience.”

Experience the engaging and intense Combat Command game system with more units, more scenarios, new art, and more! Combat Command: The Matrix Edition is a new updated compilation of the Combat Command series which combines the features, units, scenarios, and gameplay from both Desert Rats and Danger Forward into one fantastic system. Included in this updated release are two brand new thrilling scenarios, Moscow and Stalingrad. This special edition also has support for 8 new armies bringing the total number of national armies included to 15, including support for the combatants in the Pacific Theater of WWII. Combat Command: The Matrix Edition also sports a fine new paint job, with many graphical components of the game improved or completely redone! All the unit graphics have been redone, Fall and Jungle terrain sets have been added, all old terrain sets have been redone, the interface has been tweaked and recolored, and more!

  • Combined ruleset and scenarios from both Desert Rats and Danger Forward to bring the best from both titles
  • Two new never-before-seen scenarios, Moscow and Stalingrad, to combine with the over 40 scenarios included
  • Added 8 new armies to test your tactical might, more than doubling the number available in the original games!
  • Redone and improved Winter, Summer and Desert terrain sets
  • Brand new Fall and Jungle terrain sets
  • New and improved graphics for all units
  • Re-colored and improved interface for a better, more aesthetically pleasing look
  • As with the original Combat Command system, the engine models a wide variety of combat from amphibious and airborne operations to supply and morale effects, even night attacks, minefields, fixed defenses, and more!

Get the update here. The update is comprehensive and will bring all previous versions of Combat Command to 1.01a. Get more information on Combat Command: The Matrix Edition from its official product page.

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