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Back to News Listing Unity of Command Receives Patch and Demo

Posted: Monday, May 21, 2012 by Erik Rutins

Type: Press Release

 

Matrix Games, Slitherine (www.slitherine.com) and 2x2 Games (www.unityofcommand.net) are excited to announce the release of the 1.2 patch for the wildly-popular and successful wargame Unity of Command, along with the introduction of a demo. The patch includes multiple improvements and fixes for both the PC and the Mac versions of the wargame.

 

In the 1.2 patch, players will find improvements and fixes that will improve general gameplay, such as adding in an undo feature for move, reinforce, dig, reorganize and disband actions. The patch also adds in full screen support for Mac OS X as well as mouse gestures (mouse wheel up/down/left/right) to move the map.

The full list of the updates includes:

  •  Improvements and fixes
  • Undo for move, reinforce, dig, reorganize and disband actions.
  • Move map on select next unit.
  • History Mode: continue playing on next turn.
  • History Mode: replay from start (ctrl+R).
  • History Mode: back/forward action do back/forward turn automatically when needed.
  • Load Game Menu: open saved games directory in Explorer/Finder.
  • Improved Max OS X full screen support under 10.7.
  • Mac OS X mouse gestures (mouse wheel up/down left/right) for map move.

Along with the release of the patch, a demo is now available to give wargamers a sampling taste of gameplay. The demo includes only the tutorials and one scenario, enough to get most players’ appetite for the full game started.

To grab the patch for Unity of Command, click here. The patch brings all versions of the game to version 1.2. Get the demo’s for your respective systems here: PCMac OS X

 

About Unity of Command

In 1942, a titanic struggle is reaching its climax in the boundless, trackless expanses of southern Russia. The stakes cannot be higher as you take command of battle-hardened Wehrmacht or massive Red Army forces to decide the fate of an entire continent.

Unity of Command lets you replay the epic conflict that was the Stalingrad Campaign of World War II. In this turn-based game of strategy and cunning, observe how opportunity leads the German army to advance recklessly into the steppes of southern Russia. And as the story unfolds, join the Soviet campaign to repel the invaders... As these legendary battles play out on the hex board, the tension of decision making and difficulties of conducting operations on a massive scale emerge. Command armies and fronts in maneuver warfare, thrust and encircle, capture cities and cross continents; but never, ever forget to watch your supply lines.

Experience the highly fluid, enormously large battles of maneuver in a turn-based strategy setting. Take command in this mobile, back-and-forth sort of war where logistics and poor weather are often the decider, and defeat and victory are sometimes just a mile, or a day, apart.

For more information on Unity of Command, visit its official product page on either the Slitherine or Matrix Games site.

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