Patton vs. Rommel
DOS - 1987
Also available on: Commodore 64
Description of Patton vs. Rommel
A fun turn-based wargame set in the World War II. Although the game is a bit too "simplistic" in that it only has two basic army types: infantry and tanks, it was one of the first to feature the "Advice" option (where Patton/Rommel gives immediate feedback on the player's actions and suggests improvement), scoring, and visible ZOC (Zone of Control) (later known as Fog of War or FOW in many later wargames).
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
bill 2016-02-06 0 point
I have this game , in it's original paper case. very neat that you have it here.
A Wise Old Man 2013-02-19 0 point DOS version
Released in West Germany as Rommel vs Patton, with any and all Swastikas removed, along with anything else that the Nazis used for symbolism. Actually sold better in West Germany than in the US, and one of the few US-made computer games that were allowed to be sold without restrictions in East Germany, Yugoslavia, Austria and Czechoslovakia.
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