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Operation Cartwheel

Operation Cartwheel

“You are remembered for the rules you break.”

-- Douglas MacArthur

Deciding which battle in the Pacific War is the bloodiest all depends on what numbers are being counted. Convincing arguments can be made for Tarawa, Iwo, Okinawa, and Peleliu, and possibly others. One island’s name is not on the list. But it could have been...



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Buffalo Wings Expansion Kit

Buffalo Wings Expansion Kit

The Buffalo Wings Expansion Kit expands coverage of the "Winter War" and "Continuation War" between Finland and the USSR, sometimes independent and then as part of WW2.

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Tatsinkaya to Tempelhof

Tatsinkaya to Tempelhof

After the war Charles de Gaulle, who was touring the ruins of Stalingrad, turned to his Soviet hosts and uttered, "What a remarkable people!" His hosts beamed thinking he meant them. "Oh, no," continued de Gaulle, "I mean the Germans. To have come so far!" Yet by the close of the war, these remarkable people were reduced to defending a few square blocks of their capital. This package looks at battles at both these extreme ends of the Eastern front.

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Sunstrokes

Sunstrokes

In the first half of 1942, the Rising Sun was launching heavy blows around the Pacific. Our Sunstrokes package captures two of these deadly attacks, both the famous air raid on Darwin, Australia, and the planned landings at Midway.

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The Big Push

The Big Push

In the summer of 1916, the Allies launched a mighty "Big Push" to take pressure off the French at Verdun, rip open the Western Front, and bring the war to an end. The offensive opened badly, with the British taking 60,000 casualties on the very first day!



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Nautical, But Nice

Nautical, But Nice

Looking for challenging naval games that play quickly and have a small footprint? This package contains two mini-games that meet your needs.



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Terrible Swift Swordfish

Terrible Swift Swordfish

Long before Pearl Harbor, the Royal Navy showed what carrier-borne planes could do to capital ships that were “safely” in port....



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Schwarm!

Schwarm!

Horrido!” was the German pilot’s radio call that he had just shot down an enemy plane....



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