DOS - 1990
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Rorke's Drift
Rorke's Drift was the first game in Impressions' little-known "Micro Miniature" series of games that are based on the same engine. Although it is a worthy attempt to portray the little-known battle of the Anglo-Zulu War, it failed to capture anyone's interest due to very poor user interface, shallow gameplay, and horrendous AI. Good perhaps as a historical lesson in how not to design a wargame, but little else. If you want a good game about the Zulu War, play ISI's Zulu War instead. Fortunately, the updated 1993 version slated for release in the U.S. was never out.
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Comments and reviews
harrylarry 2014-06-22 0 point DOS version
micro miniature 'series of games' IS NOT A BATTLE, DWOY!?!
kiltwearer 2012-02-16 0 point DOS version
always wanted to try this game but i cant get it to play i keep getting a blank screen
Amen 2012-01-18 0 point DOS version
Everyone in the UK knows about this battle (mainly coz of the film). It's a shame Impressions ruined it. Really could have been a good game as many people are interested in this scenario. If anyone ever did get the source and pick up the baton for a "reboot" fix the user interface and awful collision detection which might have been down to low-res issues.
Billo 2011-08-27 0 point DOS version
Little known?? - Its one of the few battles i HAVE heard of!!
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