Flashpoint Germany occurs at the height of the cold war. The historical outcome we know hasn’t happened yet and this time things will end differently. This time, with the world at the brink of World War III and the
David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said, “We can look back now and be glad that the Cold War ended peacefully, but that still leaves us with the greatest and ultimate ‘what if’ in history. In the most dangerous war that never happened, on the most lethal of battlefields, with everything from artillery-scattered minefields to chemical and nuclear weapons, you will learn that tactics and strategy are still essential to your survival.”
Flashpoint Germany is based on the classic wargames ‘Main Battle Tank: North Germany’ and ‘Main Battle Tank:
Take command of either side’s forces and employ the tactics and strategies that modern warfare demands. The features of the game range from air strikes to minefields, from artilleries to chemical weapons, and of course, nuclear warheads. With a complete database of accurate equipment and unit types, comprising over 170 different units, 195 platforms or vehicles, and 112 different weapons, Flashpoint Germany gives you the final say in how the Cold War could have ended.
Flashpoint Germany spans 17 different scenarios and comes complete with a scenario editor, order of battle guide and equipment database. Additionally, players can play online, by e-mail, or against a competitive computer opponent. Each battle map is a detailed representation of the German landscape, representing the actual terrain that would have influenced battles throughout