DOS - 1991
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Action Stations!
Action Stations! (aka Naval Surface Combat 1922-1945) is a video game published in 1991 on DOS by RAW Entertainment, Inc., Conflict Analytics. It's a strategy and simulation game, set in a historical battle (specific/exact), naval and world war ii themes, and was also released on Amiga.
How to play Action Stations!
SECURITY ENTRY CODES are in the file "Actioncodes.txt"
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Comments and reviews
TTan 2018-03-13 0 point DOS version
Played this often decades ago. Very good and realistic game.
Game tracks every single shell fired during a 3 minute game turn.
Night actions require use of star shells or planes to drop flares hear enemy ships.
Suggestion - start small with scenario like the Graf Spee against 3 British cruisers
jamie 2017-01-12 -1 point DOS version
This game will play on any MS OS.
Although the graphics are primitive, they are also realistic per the aspect of a commander located inside the ship in the Combat-Information-Center.
The ship damage models are very realistic and are the real strength of this game.
You definitely need the game manual.
The sub-routines provided make it possible to change the ships in the provided scenarios, or to create your own.
With the security codes, keep trying until one comes up that is on the list provided.
Waseem 2016-08-31 0 point
Can't even understand a thing, very, VERYYYYYY complicated (but realistic)
admin 2012-05-03 -2 points DOS version
Hey major, it's definitely the right codes. Warning it's case sensitive !
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