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Red2112 -> A forgotten gem (12/26/2018 12:05:46 PM)

Hi all!

I thought I would pump up this forum up a bit as this game sure deserves more love! It might not have all the bellīs and whistles that some of the more modern games have, but In my opinion, it dosent need them and for me itīs retro look is what makes it even more attractive! Itīs a pure old-school type wargame that is well thought of, with plenty of missions and a editor. So what more could one ask for!

I hope to upload a YT video soon next week, but do yourself a favour now that itīs on sale and pick this gem up!

Although not a specific review, and alot of new things have been added to the Matrix Edition, but for those who want to get an Idea of how the game system works, see the "Combatisim" review link below. Game comes with a 100 page rule book which also covers the editor handaling, charts etc.

Combatisim Combat Command 2 DF review:

Have fun and stop by once in awhile [:)]


demyansk -> RE: A forgotten gem (12/28/2018 12:55:32 AM)

I am still looking at it, might pull the plug

gabeeg -> RE: A forgotten gem (7/16/2019 10:13:53 AM)

I guess i will necro-reply to this thread, cuz this forum and game deserves some action and I have the same sentiments as Red2112. This is really an underrated and enjoyable game. It is worth the purchase and definitely worthy of a purchase during the Holiday sales or with an anniversary coupon.

ThomasJay -> RE: A forgotten gem (1/6/2021 1:11:10 PM)

I hate to necro a thread but this game really is a forgotten gem. And I was pleasantly surprised to see the scenario list and descriptions show up under Windows10 !. My old win 8.1 machine I had to navigate to another folder to choose a scenario.

It's easy to pick up and play, the ai is decent, lot's of scenarios and an easy editor. A very good value during the sales.

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