Airborne Assault: Highway to the Reich Crack/Patch

Airborne Assault: Highway to the Reich September 1944, General Montgomery mounts the most daring Allied offensive of WW2. The plan is ambitious. Drop thirty thousand airborne troops deep behind enemy lines, seize the vital bridges across the Rhine, secure the highway to the Reich, advance the Allied armies into the German heartland and end the war by Xmas. Take command and with the aid of the world's most advanced wargame engine fight the battle and change history. The Airborne Assault game engine revolutionizes wargaming. Its pausable, continuous time game play, the most advanced artificial intelligence of any wargame, powerful and intuitive user interface and unique command system provide the most realistic and enjoyable simulation of operational warfare. Command like a real General, under real time pressures to achieve real objectives on a real map all within the fog of war. Issue orders to your powerful AI controlled subordinates or take total control of every unit. Fight the worlds most advanced AI opponent or match wits against your friends online or over a LAN. [Matrix Games]

Download Airborne Assault: Highway to the Reich Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
6.2
Downloads 904
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Wargame, General
Players 1-2
Company / Developer
Matrix Games / Panther Games

Airborne Assault: Highway to the Reich reviews ( 2 )

PaulC., Aug 16, 2006

Cracking game - loses one point for the AI being not "quite" as good as they make out. If you get caught out on either offensive or defensive operations, your nominated commander's decision making skills go "walkies" . I think the exit strategies they try to employ are very long term, where in some instances a "get out of there asap and screw the consequences" approach would be better. You end up having to micromanage these situations. But not bad all the same. The "Combat mission" series is particularly bad at this, you are a divisional commander with literally thousands of units of all kinds under your control, and you end up having to tell a guy in a building to kneel down and crawl forward 3 yards to get a better line of sight. At least this game tries to be consistent - you are a divisional level commander who"occaisionally" has to micromanage. Combat Mission has you doing both in a round after tedious round of micro management to the nth degree over. So a better game than that. Can't wait to see the new release from Panther, coming soon.

RaskolnikovR., Jan 26, 2004

This is a great game but you HAVE to love the genre, if you're the type willing to put some thought and effort into a game youll LOVE this. If not please avoid for your own sanity sake, go play quake arena or something :p