Released: 6 FEB 2014
Civil War II is the definitive grand strategy game of the period. The expansion pack provides players with more content on this great product. Requires CW2 game patched to 1.03 version. This is not a standalone game
Released: 2 OCT 2013
It is 18th of July 1936. The Spanish army has risen in arms against the democratically elected government. Elements of the army together with militias will defend the Republic from this military coup. Outside influences are also at play and the Axis powers will help the Nationalist Rebels, while the USSR will assist the Republicans. A civil war has begun. Two factions vie for power. Only one will survive.
Released: 17 SEP 2013
Civil War 2 is the definitive grand strategy game of the period. It is a turn based regional game with an emphasis on playability and historical accuracy. It is built on the renowned AGE game engine, with a modern and intuitive interface that makes it easy to learn yet hard to master. This historical operational strategy game with a simultaneous turn-based engine (WEGO system) that places players at the head of the USA or CSA during the American Civil War (1861-1865).
Released: 4 JUN 2013
This scenario starts in 1862 with the Union and the Confederacy locked in a titanic struggle for supremacy in a divided nation.
Released: 26 JUN 2007
AGEODS American Civil War - The Blue and the Gray is a historical operational strategy game with a simultaneous turn-based engine (WEGO system) that places players at the head of the USA or CSA during the American Civil War (1861-1865).
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Reviewed: 21 NOV 2016
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91% - "Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe completely meets the only true criterion that characterizes a good game: the syndrome of "one more turn" or "how to lie down at 3 am when we say that we will stop at midnight?"
Reviewed: 18 OCT 2016
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