Cuban Missile Crisis is a real-time strategy game combined with a global turn-based tactical mode, thrusting gamers into a world ravaged by the military-political confrontation between the USA and USSR in 1962.Read full description
Cuban Missile Crisis is a real-time strategy game combined with a global turn-based tactical mode, thrusting gamers into a world ravaged by the military-political confrontation between the USA and USSR in 1962.
Cuban Missile Crisis offers an alternative interpretation of the events that followed the infamous nuclear stand off between the United States and Cuba. As the stalemate collapsed, the two superpowers unleashed their nuclear arsenal on the world, levelling its metropolitan expanses and leaving scorched radioactive deserts. The cities that managed to survive the disaster realised that the most precious resources were now clean earth and water. The remaining world citizens found themselves in a war fighting for their very survival.
Cuban Missile Crisis provides an interesting mix of real-time battles and a turn-based global strategy mode, forcing players to use tactical troop movements while managing resources and armies. Conquer new resources, track new borders, create a new map of the world.
Dozens of missions, through the four sides of the conflict (USSR, the French and German alliance, China, the American and British alliance).
New types of weapons and equipment including helicopters, rockets, reconnaissance troops, etc.
Radioactive contamination zones that have an influence upon military equipment and troops.
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Cuban Missile Crisis is a strategy game where you relive the 1962 Crisis times and the cold war escalations , you can play as USSR ,China, and Euro Alliance (France and Germany). when you play campaign modes , you have mission points which you need to advance to capture and to get your missions and you need to capture radars across the map to keep an eye on the battlefield and spot enemy units advancing. Each Faction has different kinds of units and you'll have to change gameplay style accordingly , the soviets for example have a lot artillery which is important , but their vehicles are unreliable and get destroyed quickly , graphics wise , it looks good for a 2005 game, the old school Strategy look that Stronghold Crusader has is very alive here, with snowy maps and deserts, the voices of soldiers are great and ambient noise is amazing , menus are nice and clear. for 5$ it's pretty cheap and a well worth while purchase.
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