Age Of Sail (PC, CD-ROM) TalonSoft - 1996 USA, Canada Release

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Age Of Sail
Product ID 50560-00007
Product UPC 750560000070
Platform(s) PC
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1996
Publisher(s) TalonSoft
Category(s) Entertainment, Simulation, Naval Simulation
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Explosive real-time naval combat!

Time 1775 to 1820- All the grandeur and pageantry of the Tall Ships era along with some bone-crunching, wood-splintering cannon shots to liven things up!

Talonsoft, creators of the award-winning Battleground series, is proud to introduce its new real-time historical strategy series! Age of Sail delivers an excellent blend of exciting real-time naval combat and vivid 3-D graphics.

Take command of the greatest sailing ships in history! Ships include the Victory, Constitution, Constellation, Bonhomme Richard, Espanol, Guerriere, Vengeance, and Saratoga just to name a few!

Complete Campaign Game (1775 to 1820). Can you rise from a lowly Ensign to Admiral of the Navy? Enlist in the navy of Britain, Spain, France or the United States!

100 Scenarios including the battles of Trafalgar, Camperdown and Cape St. Vincent!

Complete Scenario Editor, with over 2,000 historically accurate ships representing all major and minor countries, lets you create instant naval combat to your specifications.

Play head to head via modem or versus a crafty and salty computer opponent.

Easy to play, hard to master!

System Requirements

PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU 486-33
Required RAM 8MB
Req. Hard Drive 5MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required CD Speed 2X
Required Audio Yes
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
Misc Support Modem
PC Windows 95
Required CPU 486-33
Required RAM 8MB
Req. Hard Drive 5MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required CD Speed 2X
Required Audio Yes
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
Misc Support Modem

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