Download Pacific Storm PC Game 2006

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Size to download: 13.58 GB. Version: v 1.6

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Memory: 512 MB
Processor: Pentium 4 1700 MHz
Storage: 3 GB
Graphics: 64 MB
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Year: 2006
Version: v 1.6

Pacific Storm is a unique crossover of such genres as real-time strategy and a military simulator. The project is based on important battles within the Pacific, covering the Epoch of World War II. In the game, steel monsters are given the opportunity to control the direction of the American air forces under their control or to become on the side of Japan. The gameplay allows you to see events at once from two perspectives.

Events begin on December 7, 1941, when the American fleet, located in Pearl Harbor, was attacked by Japanese Armed Forces. It was this battle that laid the beginning of the protracted and bloody war for the maritime domination. You have to mined resources that include money, iron ore, nickel, bauxite and oil. Develop the database, taught troops and fly for the fleet. In case you play for the country of the Rising Sun, then your duties are not given to the US forces and the chance for a victory or prevent the possibility of reducing.

There is a global strategic map, and the battles themselves are represented by the tactical regime. Pacific Storm gameplay is based on absolutely different elements, allowing you to study the technologies, improving the units, deployment of the base and T.D., combining these mechanics with direct control of combat units during battle.

A variety of historically reliable personalities and events focusing on marine and air battles are presented. Sit into bombers, fighters, battleships, aircraft carriers and other types of transport. Each of the warring factions has its own features and types of support. All cards in the game are distinguished by a high degree of development and provide maximum interactivity.

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