Combat Mission 2: Barbarossa to Berlin

Combat Mission 2: Barbarossa to Berlin
Platforms: PC, Mac
Publisher: Battlefront
Developer: Battlefront
Genres: Strategy / Real-Time Tactics
Release Date: September 20, 2002
Game Modes: Singleplayer

5The original Combat Mission was a revelation in turn-based strategy gaming. At the time of its release, most World War II strategy games were developed as hex wargames that were primarily based on their spartan table-top counterparts. Combat Mission was different – it allowed for complete 3D control of the battlefield, commanding man and machine into the chaos of battle using an intuitive turn-based interface. And it wasn’t just superficial fluff – the novel 3D camera, mixed with solid gameplay, made for a spectacular wargame.

Combat Mission 2 is set in Easter Europe immediately after the German invasion of Russia in 1941 (the operation was famously known as Barbarossa) through 1945 when the Russian forces made their way into Berlin, Germany. You’ll be given a chance to play through dozens of important battles and potentially rewrite history.

Combat Mission 2 contains both a singleplayer portion alongside LAN and online multiplayer. The singleplayer campaign is comprised of some 60 combat scenarios, each one allowing you to customize its specifics (location, weather patterns, Allied nationality and unit size), choose a side (Allied forces or Axis forces) and start fighting. Set in a 3D environment, the battlefields can be easily surveyed by moving the mouse across the terrain.

2Gameplay, which isn’t of your typical-turn based mold, involves plotting all of your actions for a given turn before committing to action, and those of your opponents are carried out simultaneously. This not only adds a real-time sense of suspense to the action but also adds to the realism of the battles as you have to make an educated guess as to what the enemy is going to do. These actions are performed over a duration of 60 seconds, after which you gain control again and make new moves.

If you are new to Combat Mission then things may seem very confusing. This is one area of the game that needs serious addressing. Unlike an RTS, which is usually lightweight in comparison, Combat Mission 2 is hardcore strategy which is going to need some introducing to the player who comes to this kind of game for the first time.

System Requirements: Pentium 166 MHz, 32 MB RAM, Win95

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  1. koko says:

    unfortunetly…on the very first step (exacractin the files from the RAR file)…
    it tells me that the setup file is corrupt……is there any easy way to solve this

  2. Rimantas says:

    I have problems like this when archive file being damaged while downloading. Then i delete file, download it again and it extracts without problems. I don’t know about this game, but it’s possible here is same issue.

  3. I managed to extract with Winrar 4.2 and install in Win7

  4. koko says:

    ok…thanks….will try re-downloading

  5. koko says:

    it appears that there is a problem with the downloading link…please consider

  6. Rimantas says:

    Link is working.

  7. I’ll add a magnet 4 you.

  8. koko says:

    i have just have downloaded utorrent……..and went on downloading………
    unfortunetly…the downloading won’t proceed (due to extremly slow internet speed …at average 50KB\sec.)
    would you please see what’s wrong with the “firedrop” link….with it the downloading would run with my browser…(would take hours as usual…but it at least works)
    please fix the the “firedrop” link

  9. Rimantas says:

    Could you tell, what is wrong with it, EXPERT? For me firedrop link works as always. I checked it now for you. I use Mozilla Firefox.

  10. Magnet will work now (yes, really, just open utorrent)

  11. Ok, click on download link and click on ‘slow download’, then type the CATHPA code. If it is not in english, you will find a flag icon in the upper right corner. get used to it because we’re moving to poland.

  12. koko says:

    i thank the admin for help…however…..for mr.rimantas….is someting wrong with you?…i mean…are you nuts?….what in the world would NOT make you angry?!…… is okay with me to not to know everything…..then why in the world do you even interfere with my talk to the admin?!

  13. koko says:

    one tip for you…buddy….when grown-ups talk….you should better keep yourself and your probably family-problems away……okay pal?

  14. koko says:

    question: after downloading and trying to start……it appears that the “screen resolution” is not compitable….it says that optimal resoloution is 1280x1024x60hz……….although i adjusted it as it wanted…the problem remains…(i adjusted the screen resoloution of the whole computer)

  15. Sorry, don’t have time to test, but i think i ran it in xp so you could try the xp virtual machine. that’s all i got

  16. legal says:

    can’t buy help please !!!

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