DOS - 1990
Description of Command H.Q.
From Brian Moriarty's tribute to Dani Bunten: "Microprose took up the cause of modem-based wargaming in a big way with the 1990 [Dani Bunten] release, Command HQ, which boasted a simple, clean user interface that made historical strategy more accessible than ever, and racked up impressive sales." The game features many hypothetical scenarios, good graphics, and competent AI for when you can't find a live human opponent. The modem play is also excellent - making the game one of the first truly playable multiplayer wargames. Recommended!
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Comments and reviews
agdbnetru 2013-07-17 0 point
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.
disappointed 2013-01-05 0 point
Copyright owner, shame on you, ditto - this is no way to honor Dan Bunton
admin 2012-12-31 0 point
I'm sorry about that, but the copyright owner required us to remove the file.
Fan 2012-09-04 0 point
Too bad the link is dead (no download), NOT a good way to honor Dan Bunton.
Jerkstore 2012-07-09 0 point
The download only links to some self-glorifying page about the game's makers.
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