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Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/17/2019 11:16:48 AM   
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June 30, 2019 marks 23 years old with the release
Close Combat I 30/06/1996 PC Atomic Games, Microsoft



Seven game engine ver. Close combat series.


Close Combat I (ver. 1#00#00a) 01#01#1996 MAC 30#06#1996 PC Atomic Games, Microsoft

Close Combat II: A Bridge Too Far (ver. 2#30#40) 30#09#1997 PC, MAC Atomic Games, Microsoft

Close Combat III: The Russian Front (ver. 3#00#00b) 31#12#1998 Atomic Games, Microsoft
Close Combat III: Cross of Iron (ver. 3#61#00) 13#02#2007 (remake CC III: The Russian Front) CSO Simtek, Strategy 3 Tactics, Matrix Games

Close Combat IV: The Battle of the Bulge (ver. 4#02#00) 03#12#1999 SSI, Impressions Games
Close Combat IV: Wacht am Rhein (ver. 4#50#14) 22#10#2008 (remake CC: The Battle of the Bulge) Strategy 3 Tactics, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games

Close Combat V: Invasion Normandy (ver. 5#01#00a) 05#10#2000 SSI, Mindscape Inc.
Close Combat V: The Road to Baghdad (ver. 5#01#00) #2004 (remake CC Marines) Destineer Studios & Bold Games, Global Star Software
Close Combat V: Marines (ver. 5#04#01) #2004 Atomic Games/USMC
Close Combat V: RAF Regiment (ver. 5#12#00) #2006 (remake CC Marines) CSO Simtek/RAF
Close Combat V: Modern Tactics (ver. 5#21#21) #2007 (remake CC Marines) CSO Simtek/Matrix Games
Close Combat V: Anti-Terrorism (ver. 5#29#01) #2007 (remake CC Marines) CSO Simtek/USMC
Close Combat V: The Longest Day (ver. 5#50#13) 27#04#2009 (remake CC: Invasion Normandy) Strategy 3 Tactics, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games
Close Combat V: Last Stand Arnhem (ver. 5#60#53) 06#06#2011 (remake CC: A Bridge Too Far) Strategy 3 Tactics, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games

Close Combat VI: Panthers in the Fog (ver. 6#00#01) 19#11#2012 Slitherine Software, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games
Close Combat VI: Gateway to Caen (ver. 6#50#03) 05#06#2014 Slitherine Software, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games

Close Combat VII: The Bloody First 3D (ver. 7#00#00) #2019? Slitherine Software, Black Hand Studios, Matrix Games




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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/17/2019 1:05:33 PM   
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There was other named Phoenix or some like that never released ambiented in Corea War.

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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/17/2019 7:20:02 PM   
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Red Phoenix was a CC branded game that (IIRC) Destineer was planning but never saw the light of day. Like Destineer's "First to Fight" game it did not use the original CC engine.

Steve

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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/18/2019 11:13:32 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Steve McClaire

Red Phoenix was a CC branded game that (IIRC) Destineer was planning but never saw the light of day. Like Destineer's "First to Fight" game it did not use the original CC engine.

Steve


Hi Steve,

Close Combat V: The Road to Baghdad (ver. 5#01#00) #2004 (remake CC Marines) Destineer Studios & Bold Games, Global Star Software.
Don't know where this game came from?

Best regards,
Anatoly.

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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/18/2019 4:24:36 PM   
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Military only I believe.

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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/18/2019 4:26:17 PM   
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Did Last Stand Arnhem actually use CC2 and it's unique campaign system? Or use a more recent engine just using similar maps etc?

Though I played a lot of CC3 it's CC2 battles that really stick with me. I can remember more maps from that game than 3. The urban fighting was excellent. Maybe I have rose coloured glasses on but it did urban fighting better than anything since it feels. Take the great CMBB I thought it struggled and wasn't fun city fighting, CM2 is much better in that respect. Graviteam don't even try to do it, sticking to villages at most. CC2 just went for it.

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RE: Seven game engine ver. Close combat series - 6/18/2019 5:39:44 PM   
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Close Combat V: The Road to Baghdad (ver. 5#01#00) #2004 (remake CC Marines) Destineer Studios & Bold Games, Global Star Software.
Don't know where this game came from?


I think Road to Baghdad was the final CC game Atomic Games released and it was based on their CC Marines work. That was before I was involved with CC so I don't know anything beyond that.

Steve

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