Global Commander (Atari ST, 3 1/2" Disk) Datasoft - 1988 USA, Canada Release

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Global Commander
Product ID 43499-16159
Product UPC 043499161593
Platform(s) Atari ST
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1988
Publisher(s) Datasoft
Category(s) Entertainment, Strategy
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The year is 2032 and you've been appointed Global Commander of all the Earth. You're in master control over economies, defense, resources, food supplies, and communications around the globe.

You're also in charge of a ticking doomsday timebomb: all 16 of the world's powers are nuclear armed and aggressive. It's up to you to cool tempers, soothe belligerents, and head off war. This can mean taking sides(which won't win you any friends). If all else fails, you control the ultimate Earth shield: SDI(Satellite Defense Interceptors).

Each United Nuclear Nation(UNN) has its own government, personality, and "needs." Some of these needs include cutting off or invading other UNN members.

All Earth looks to you for guidance. The UNN makes demands for living necessities like food and natural resources; or killing necessities like nuclear warheads. You negotiate the peace between hostile nations, arrange the distribution of assets, and keep tabs on clandestine activities via your "Star War" spy satellites. When tensions seethe, you exercise your might as Supreme Commander and send in the crack Rapid Deployment Task Force(RDTF) . If hostilities boil over into a nuclear exchange, bring your carefully deployed SDI systems to bear.

If you're a good Global Commander, the World will thank you; if not...

Features:

  • Interactive game play.
  • Icon driven interface.
  • Full color world map and flags.
  • Multi-screen layout.

System Requirements

Atari ST
Required RAM 512K
Supported Video Color

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