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Close Combat was developed as a computer game version of the acclaimed Avalon Hill board game Advanced Squad Leader (ASL). The primary consultant for the morale model was Dr. Steven Silver, a specialist in combat-related trauma. Atomic Games had already developed several games for Avalon Hill, such as Operation Crusader, and Stalingrad. However, with Avalon Hill embroiled in a financial crisis that would ultimately lead to its demise, Atomic Games took what work they had completed, severed ties with the board game franchise and completed the game's development for Microsoft. The first three Close Combat games were notable, at the time, for being among the few games published by Microsoft. The final two games in the original series were, however, published by Strategic Simulations, Inc (SSI).




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Players also have to make effective use of combined-arms tactics to be successful in Close Combat. Infantry assault require support from machine guns, tanks, and mortars, to suppress enemy fire. Armor units also require screening from infantry units. Although they possess superior firepower, tanks are vulnerable to ambushes from bazooka or panzerschreck units, especially in close quarters such as a town or forest, where the ambushing infantry can wait to have a shot at a tank's vulnerable flank or rear armor. Tanks are also vulnerable to fire from concealed anti-tank guns, or ambushing tanks, which may wait to fire until the enemy presents his flank or rear.


If you haven't played Close Combat: First to Fight or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 2005 by 2K Games, Inc., Close Combat: First to Fight (aka Marines: Modern Urban Combat) is still a popular tactical shooter title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 4.4/5 rating.


We may have multiple downloads for few games when different versions are available.Also, we try to upload manuals and extra documentation when possible. If you have additional files to contribute or have the game in another language, please contact us!


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The Ka-50 is the world's only single-seat coaxial combat helicopter. It can effectively perform anti-tank missions, provide close air support and hit point targets on the battlefield with a wide range of weapons.


Our dream is to offer the most authentic and realistic simulation of military aircraft, tanks, ground vehicles and ships possible. This free download includes a vast mission area of the Caucasus region and Black Sea that encompasses much of Georgia. It also includes a flyable Russian Sukhoi Su-25T ground attack aircraft and the famous WWII North American TF-51D fighter. An additional more than two dozen aircraft are available for purchase.


Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far Update 2.0 for Mac was available to download from the developer's website when we last checked. We cannot confirm if there is a free download of this app available. Please check the Mac app with an antivirus before launch as it is downloaded from the developer's website, and we cannot ensure that it is safe. The program is included in Games.


In Close Combat 2, you will select to play as the Allies or Germans in the various battles and campaigns that took place during Operation Market-Garden. As the Allies, it is your mission to take control of five bridges critical to the war effort; as the Germans, you will fight to protect these bridges (or demolish them if the Allies get too close for comfort). Your troops are grouped according to their unit type, and you give orders to the groups of units instead of to individual soldiers. This was the first element that rubbed me the wrong way when playing CC2. In case you're unfamiliar with the Close Combat games, your troops respond to battle in very "human" ways, which means that they may refuse to fight if they get scared enough. This presents a problem when one of your unit groups comes under heavy fire or individual soldiers within the platoon become injured. This effectively means that you lose the whole group, because unless all units in a group will follow your order, none will. And in CC2, just like in the original, you play the hand you're dealt. You cannot "build" new units. For that reason alone, I would not recommend CC2 to any but the most experienced wargamers ... novices are likely to become annoyed by the fact that one false move can mean instant, irrevocable defeat. While this may make the game more interesting to fans of wargame realism, it doesn't necessarily make it fun for the rest of us.


In a general way, the graphics in CC2 were quite nice, and certainly improved from those in the original Close Combat. The terrain, buildings, and landscapes were well-rendered and easy on the eye during long campaigns. However, I thought that the units were way too small too see (also a problem in the original game). True, there's a zoom feature that gives you a closer look at your troops, but unfortunately, units become too pixelated and vague when zoomed in upon to make this a useful feature. I thought the action graphics (shots being fired, dying units, etc.) were a bit on the cheesy side. For instance, there was way too much blood on the ground after units died. Even if a mortar shell hit you dead-on, you wouldn't bleed that much. In most games, I wouldn't mention something like that, but CC2 sets out to be ultra-realistic in so many ways that it positions itself for such nitpicking.


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Some software is harmful and can cause problems for your Mac. Frequently, harmful apps are disguised as a movie or graphics file. These apps, called trojans, are most often spread by internet downloads and email attachments.


I had a vision of what the graphics file format might be like for CC3. Thismay or may not work but since they've dropped Mac support I bet it's close tothe same as before but with Intel style fields. This may or may not work butwill be corrected once I get the demo. Sure would have been easier if I was onthe beta team.


I've created a new version of my 3D Height field viewer that uses textures.It's not that friendly at the moment so download at your own risk. You will needMap Maker to extract the height field TGA and the map graphic. Once the mapgraphic has been extracted resize it to 256x256 and save it as a .bmp. Rightclick to bring up a menu to select new files. I've added one of the moreinteresting CC2 maps with the archive. Unless you have a RIVA 128 or RIVA TNT orsome other OpenGL accelerator you are going to get dismal performance. Since itruns in a window (not full screen) voodoo 1 & 2 owners are not going to get anyspeed up. That said it should work with any system that has OpenGL installed. Onmy p450 with a TNT at 1600x1200 I'm getting my monitor refresh rate (75fps).


After making a request for people interested in doing a LOS generator VincentViaud came though all the way with a handy little command line tool for creatingthose .los files. Thanks for solving the last map making problem Vincent.Download cc2los here (42k) with complete source code. The files are not quitethe same as Atomic but seem close enough. John Anderson mentioned that the losprogram they use takes overnight, this one takes about 5 minutes on my P200.Please post all feedback to the Game Stats editing forum for this tool and allothers so everybody can contribute to the discussion.


Added a screen shots of Map Maker and the height field viewer. They arebigger than the programs (90k) but I know that I always like to see a program inaction before downloading it.I would really like to see some maps in work, send me screen shots of thecurrent work (jpg them first please). This would really give me incentive tofinish the LOS tool.John Anderson dropped by the newsgroup (comp.sys.ibm-pc.games.strategy orsomething) and spoke up about Atomic's stance on editing. I'm really not surewhy people like to attack them so much. John has been great at answering myquestions, and I can see the point about not wanting to release a map editorthat produces maps not at the quality that they can produce them.


Sheeds are valiant warriors who fight using various techniques and their agility. Many years of training turn Sheeds into perfect killing machines. Their weapons are powerful knuckledusters and combat gloves. Sheeds study ancient combat techniques that allow them to better control their bodies.


Barbarians are people who prefer simple, forceful ways of tackling problems. They are unmatched at wielding two-handed weapons, but they can also use their teeth and head - preferably to smash unsuspecting opponents. Barbarians excel in melee combat, spinning through the ranks of their foes and dealing deadly blows.


Our unique combat system has been praised by the enthusiasts of both turn-based and action games. Players plan their movements at the same time and have only 10 seconds to do so. When creating your character, you have 7 classes to choose from: barbarian, archer, sheed, druid, voodoo shaman, fire mage or knight. Each of them uses their own set of unique abilities. When playing by yourself, you will certainly experience the tactical depth of our combat system, while playing with others will let you fully appreciate various relationships between classes and unique combinations. 350c69d7ab


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