Universal Military Simulator: American Civil War (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Firebird - 1988 USA, Canada Release

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Universal Military Simulator: American Civil War
Packaging cover Universal Military Simulator: American Civil War.
Product ID 88777-46507
Product UPC 088777465079
Platform(s) Amiga
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1988
Publisher(s) Firebird
Category(s) Entertainment, Simulation, Wargame, USA Civil War Wargame
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The American Civil War Scenario Disk One.

When you have the most sophisticated battle strategy program ever imagined, what's the next tactic? Create a program that will extend the life of the action. This is it. The American Civil War.

The Universal Military Simulator brought to life ancient battles of classic history. Now, recreate the legendary struggle of the American Civil War on extraordinary three-dimensional, contoured landscapes. Plan your strategy from an overhead view, or zoom in on individual units. Design your own maps, order of battles and objectives, or re-enact the three memorable battles as they were. Through it all, you are in command.

Experience three dynamic battles from the American Civil War.

Shiloh: The idyllic calm of an April spring day was shattered by the surprise attack of Confederate General Albert Sydney Johnston's 45,000 man Army of the Mississippi against the unprepared forces of U.S. Grant. During this two day battle the fate of the Union army hung by the finest of threads. Only the steel determination of General Grant and a vicious pre-dawn counterattack could save the embattled nation.

Chattanooga: This sleepy Tennessee town held the key to the crucial neutral middle states during the Civil War. A besieging Confederate army held the towering heights while the Union army, with an ever dwindling store of supplies, held the town below. Would the Union army starve before they could break their opponent's strangle hold?

Antietam: September 17, 1863: The bloodiest day in the history of American arms. Robert E. Lee had gambled the future of the Confederacy on an invasion of the north. When the Confederate's secret battle plans fell into Union General George B. McClellan's hands he had said, "Now I can whip Bobby Lee!" But the issue would still have to be decided by over 150,000 American troops.

The American Civil War expands the power of The Universal Military Simulator... The ultimate wargame simulator.

System Requirements

Required RAM 512K
Recommend RAM 1MB

Box Scans

Retail Box cover Universal Military Simulator: American Civil War. Retail Box back Universal Military Simulator: American Civil War.



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