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The Final Conflict
Publisher: Impressions     Developer: Plato
Year of release: 1990

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Genres : Action / Wargame

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# 17 - Dec 90

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Wdll wrote ...2003-07-27 15:09:10
A definetly strange strategy game IMO. You have the global map and you can choose to control either a faction (for example for a cold war scenario the West or the East) or for a middle eastern scenario, Egypt or Israel with their allies, or a single country of your choosing , say Germany or Nigeria or whichever you want! and try to conquer the world. You have factories and shipyards and power factories and refineries if I remember correctly. You can build infantry, tanks, ships and nukes. You must always be careful of your resources though, including food which are very important. When you are attacked with nukes you are given a chance to defend yourself with a missile command mini game. Its not very difficult but it all depends on how many missiles the enemy has launched at you. Its not the most realistic strategy game but it is fun. The game runs in sort of real time so be careful. Its not very fast and I think there are time related options, and you shouldn't have a problem with it. A good strategy game. 3/5 stars.