Panzer Corps Crack/Patch

Panzer Corps Panzer Corps will feature 26 scenarios on 21 unique maps, covering most major battles of the European Theatre of World War II and including a few hypothetical 'what if' scenarios based on your actions.

Download Panzer Corps Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 1117
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Real-Time, Wargame, General, Tactics
Players 1-2
Company / Developer
Slitherine / The Lordz Games Studio

Panzer Corps reviews ( 7 )

IronFist, Jul 19, 2011

I'm loving this game. I haven't had this much of "just one more turn" in years. We done. I also love that the game is from the German pov; not that common.

terrymulijana, Jul 20, 2011

This is both the entry level and intermediate war game. It's best at describing the various military vehicles and units from World War 2. In terms of graphics, it wasn't your 3D fancy games, but it is more fun and playful than those eye candy product. Based on remake for earlier Panzer General, it brings many nostalgic idea but enhanced with carefully planned tweak.For those whose new to the genre, Panzer Corps are addicting game which you can brought your unit from campaign to campaign just like an RPG ! It even comes with a commander for the unit later on.

Miskin, Aug 24, 2013

If you liked the original panzer general, or in general turn based strategy games you will love this. Lots of hours of deep thinking. Highly recommended is the GC mega pack of campaigns, which brings the game to another level. My main point of criticism is the price of this game. I understand it is like a fine ivory set of chess, which you buy only if you can appreciate the genre, but still its price greatly exceeded my expectations. Another point of criticism, is the game is not really designed for high resolutions. Everything feels way too small at 1900x1080. Averaging metacritic user scores gives 9.14. How come metacritic arrived to 8.1 even with reworked formulas that's quite a gap.

Hubert, Sep 18, 2011

This game is art, it's a wonderful recreation of a classic game! It is so addictive that I go into a trance when I play. I highly recommend this game to all gamers and just because it's turn based doesn't mean it's rubbish.Trust me go to Slitherine or Matrix Games websites and buy this baby.

karmasleeper, Oct 11, 2011

Faithful remake of Panzer General with obvious signs of love and devotion in the form of improved visuals, sound effects, AI, and balance. Thorough tutorial introduces the easy to learn but difficulty to master unit tactics for new players. Scenarios are fantastically well done and challenging requiring the mastery of a variety of tactics. Great introductory war game but also great for anyone looking to relive the nostalgia of the old masterpieces.

NGResonanceFan, Sep 24, 2011

This is the most compelling game I've played in years. It's not "one more turn", but rather one more battle. ;o) The game does a number of things exceptionally well. Although a turn-based war game it is not a hard core uber-complex Grognard game at all, but rather in the "easy to learn, hard to master" category that rewards a thoughtful combined arms approach. Also, the level of abstraction in the game was a stroke of brilliance: the game consists of several branching campaigns, and although the battles are at the operational level (i.e. the invasion of Norway, the battle of Kursk), the gameplay has a very tactical "bang, bang, shoot them up" feel to it. It works very well, however, and the battles have a surprisingly high degree of historical accuracy, abstractions notwithstanding. Perhaps most importantly though, by being able to purchase, upgrade, rename, and carry over units from battle to battle, the game has a distinct role-playing feel to it which makes it extremely compelling. And I should also mention that the unit choices and upgrades available to you are nearly enormous. You can eventually even obtain the ME-262 and Komet fighters, to say nothing of a few advanced heavy bombers that as far as I know never made it to production. It's also interesting to note that you play a very de-Naziffied Germany in this game. No where is 'The Fuhrer' ever mentioned. This is a good thing though, as the Germans in WW2 created the most efficient military machine the world has ever seen and they are a blast to play. The only real down side to the game is that if you don't decisively defeat the Allies in the early-to-mid war you may find yourself facing long odds by mid-1944, although to be fair this of course was the case historically. Still in all it can be very demoralizing to see the magnificent military machine you've painstakingly built up and led through many hard-fought battles in 1939-43 get trashed by superior Allied numbers in 1944-45. Losing one of your 'pet' units is almost like seeing a favorite companion killed in Fallout: New Vegas. ;o) Still in all this game is a gem and an instant classic, and one that I will probably come back to at least a couple of times a year. If you are a fan of historical strategy games this one is not to be missed.

AaronOlstead, Apr 11, 2013

Copied from a classic. Slitherine hasn't released anything original on its own for a long time. Thieves? Perhaps. Likely. I prefer the old Panzer General over Panzer Corps to this day! Sad no other competent publisher couldn't think of this idea instead of Slitherine.