War Plan Pacific

War Plan Pacific is a Turn-based Wargame.

  • Last Updated: Dec 17, 2009
  • License: Demo / Free
  • OS: Windows Vista, XP
  • Publisher: Shrapnel Games, Inc.

Description of War Plan Pacific

On a fateful December day in 1941 the sound of sirens shrieked across the vastness of the Pacific as the military forces of Imperial Japan struck against an unprepared foe. Within hours the main battle line of the United States Navy lay in Pearl Harbor with broken backs and shredded hulls, the sea awash with blood and oil, while all across the Pacific American, British, and Dutch forces suffered defeat.

♦ Turn based grand strategy wargame of the war in the Pacific from 1941 until 1945, influenced partially by the classic Avalon Hill board game, Victory in the Pacific.
♦ Playable by one or two players. Multiplayer is supported via Internet play.
♦ An emphasis on playability allows a complete game to be played in under three hours. That's right, from Pearl to Nagaski in three hours.
♦ The theater of operation ranges from Singapore in the east to San Francisco in the west and the Aleutians in the north and Brisbane in the south. Point-to-point based movement. One month turns.
♦ Twenty nine bases of strategic and historical importance.
♦ Eye-catching digital counters of individual historical ships of light cruiser or larger size, amphibious transport groups, convoys and air groups representing the forces of the Imperial Japanese Navy, United States Navy, Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy, and Royal Netherlands Navy.
♦ Three scenarios. One purely historical, two with alternate set ups.
♦ Two victory conditions for each side: one a "quick" win while the other a slower win. As the Japanese isolate Australia or survive until the American public loses its taste for war. As the Allies strangle Japan's oil supply or force them to the surrender table through a massive bombing campaign.
Requirements: No special requirements

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