World War II: Frontline Command Crack + Activation Code Download

World War II: Frontline Command World War II Frontline Command is an action strategy title set within the era of World War II that will appeal to all levels of PC gamers and war enthusiasts. The game opens with the player dropping paratroopers into Europe to disrupt the entrenched Axis forces ahead of the main invasion forces set to land on D-Day. Players must take command of their forces and turn the tide of Axis aggression while conquering fortress Europe, using a vast amount of authentic infantry, vehicles and weaponry. [Strategy First]
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1053
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General
Players 1-4
Company / Developer
Strategy First / The Bitmap Brothers
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World War II: Frontline Command reviews ( 3 )

HarmL., Jul 8, 2003

At last a nice replacement for Close Combat. It's fun to play. I would like to see more unit types and the ability to choose units for my army. Maybe they are holding something back for an expansion?

PeterPal, Jun 19, 2003

A bit like C&C and a lot like Commandos (only much better because I didn't like Commandos haha). It will probably be a total flop because people want lots of noise and exploding screens and so! This game is very minimal and I love it!

JimmusMaximus, Aug 11, 2003

In a nutshell: great graphics, horrible AI. I wanted to like this game, I really did. I was eagerly going through the tutorial with one squad and thinking how fun it was all going to be. Then, I started the regular campaign, and they threw in 4 or 5 squads. Movement and pathing for your troops is HORRIBLE! More than once, when I told a soldier to load up onto a truck which was a few feet away from him, he went around the block to get into the back of the truck. And when you select units, they stay in the exact formation they were in when you selected them in, so most of the time they will not "fit" into the spot where you send them. I also experienced 2-3 second lag freezes after unit selections, orders, and during movement. Also disappointing was the lack of any random mission generation, making this game somewhat limited on replay value. As it stands, I played the game for about an hour, and uninstalled. The only hope for it is probably some heavy-duty patching.