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Download Command H.Q.

Command H.Q.
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Command H.Q. is a wonderful strategy game that simulates the historical World War I and II, the theoretical World War III, the fictionally randomized World War IV, and ????, which is a very distant futuristic war.

The game starts out with the player's army (except in WWIV and ????), cities, and oilfields (WWIII+). The bulk of most armies are soldiers, which you use to fight the enemy, capture cities & oilfields, and protect the cities you own. There is an improved version of the soldiers (these are tanks) which are basically the combined forces of two soldier units. There are also sea units (which soldiers & tanks can transform into) which include destroyers (which are the bulk of sea armies), subs (stealthy transport killers), transports (what soldiers & tanks transform into), and air carriers (they have an air unit as well). There's the air units which can transport other units, harm enemy land units, assault cities, and also destroy other air units (if they're in your attack zone).

There is also foreign aid, which allows a neutral country (or one that is non-aligned with the enemy) to join your forces or leave the enemy. There are satellites which allow you to see anything in their field of vision. There are also satellite killers which, unsurprisingly, kill satellites. There are Intel scans, which allow you to see all units during cease-fires. And then there's the last item in the game, nukes (that can't be used against capitals because they have ABMs), which kills everything in its radius, and makes people mad at you (making them either leave you or join the enemy), and turns all terrain in its radius into a wasteland. The only resources in the game are money (in billions) and oil (WWIII and later), which makes things easy to manage. The AI has a few difficulty settings, which tend to be the exact name versions of what their skill level is.

The sounds are just standard PC speaker quality, nothing special. Everything looks fine in the graphics department, and generally quite nice. Altogether, Command H.Q. is an unendingly replayable game, and I give it a 4/5.


Reviewed by: esgmaster / Screenshots by: esgmaster / Uploaded by: SlowCoder / share on facebook

User Reviews

Posted on: 2015-10-30 by Tingod
best game of the 90s
Great wargame
Posted on: 2013-07-17 by agdbnetru
Command H.Q. - global wargame in real time, with the possibility of multiplayer. The graphics are quite architectures and represents a world map with dots units. Depending on the complexity of the game features land, sea, air and nuclear forces. All the moves, you can record and then to show the recording.

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