Download CodeName: Panzers, Phase One PC Game 2004

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Intel Pentium D
Storage: 3 GB
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT
OS: XP / Vista / 7/8/10
Year: 2004
Developer: STORMREGION, THQ NORDIC
Version: Full Last Release

Early RTS Strategies fully demonstrated those events that took place during World War II. These were not necessarily the battle in the occupied territories or the pronounced feats of heroes on the battlefields. Most often this indicator of how the peoples of different countries fought with a terrible innovation in their life - the war.

In Codename: Panzers, Phase One We will not deepen into the Second World War. Everything is global here. The strategy shows how to use the technique of that time. Several plot missions in a single company are associated with individual events, and some of them are created in the light of "free" missions, where we are guided only by a certain number of combat units, and fight the opponent without the plot component.

Nevertheless, the developers skillfully transferred the fighting spirit of American soldiers, endowed the Germans with new artificial intelligence, with which to win more difficult. Several new technique units in accordance with the events time - here is the basis of the new part of Codename: Panzers, Phase One. Developed quite a long time, the game has high technical requirements for the computer component, and new permissions and 4k are a recent innovation.

At the beginning of the battle, we are talking about the terrain, about enemies, a little, in short, show our mission. A separate innovation was the appearance of SAU - artillery. We can send the main forces to cleanse the streets, then send them to the shelter, and then lead the fire on enemies from artillery installations.

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