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Universal Military Simulator 2
Publisher: Rainbird     Developer: Intergalactic Development Inc
Year of release: 1990

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Genres : Wargame
Programmer : Ezra Sidran    

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# 15 - Oct 90

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Matt_B wrote ...2006-09-04 11:20:11
I thought this was a nice game, but just too ambitious for the ST and in many ways too complex for its own good. I still find it a bit slow running on STEEM at several times the speed, so I must have been a lot more patient back in the day. Certainly, it took the best part of an hour to play a turn if you did it properly, which meant that there was no way you could play an entire scenario in a single session and the Alexandrian and Napoleonic scenarios could easily run for weeks. I think the problem was that there were a huge amount of options built into the game but only a handful were particularly relevant - things like the weather just seemed like window dressing.
Jon Paul S wrote ...2003-10-04 07:16:21
Rediscovered this recently and it's a great wargame. I'd love to play it PBEM against anyone, and I'm esp. looking for the Planet Editor.
Calle Nordqvist wrote ...2003-07-08 09:00:16
This game really rules on the TT... A bit to slow on a regular ST
Alex F. wrote ...2003-03-17 10:48:50
This was the very best strategic game ever made. I even bought the planet editor (for 35$ or so). This game is so realistic and complex, it took me 6 months to complete a "world-war-2" world. If anybody is looking for human players, please contact me (alex242@atari.net) ! I would very much like to play this game against a human player! (And of course on the Falcon or TT to achieve a fast graphics-display)