Conflict: Middle East
DOS - 1991
Also released on: Amiga
Description of Conflict: Middle East
"A serious simulation of the 1973 Yom Kippur War and a future Arab-Israeli War, this product was very detailed. Mouse implementation is is much easier than the designer's last design (Red Lightning), but it still required much time and thought. Recommended for the serious aficionado." [excerpt from M. Evan Brooks' Homepage]
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Illy 2020-01-05 -1 point
I didnt know there were actual retards who try to run a DOS GAME on windows and think that would work
zeit 2018-03-16 0 point DOS version
Anybody have manual for this as there is an copy protection?
Andy 2017-10-04 1 point DOS version
Yes, but it mostly depends on how you define winning. Egypt's goal (in the real war) was to occupy few miles east of Suez Canal along the entire length of the Canal and stay there under the protection of SAM batteries. To be able to proceed beyond that you will have to exhaust the Israeli air and land power.
Syria needs a lot of air strikes against the advancing counter attack (to the point of using most or all available air strikes there). If you are able to preserve the Syrian army, they are much closer to the strategic locations that need to be occupied.
In my own experience, I had more difficulty playing on the Israeli side. Suffered a lot of damage to my air force that prevented me from using it effectively.
Henry 2015-03-10 0 point DOS version
Has someone managed to win Arab 1973 campaign? Seems that Syria can't even defend it's borders.
Woggs 2014-08-11 -1 point DOS version
When trying to run Conflict from DosBox, i receive the following error: BGI Error: Graphics not initialized (use InitGraph). Any suggestions?
sloth 2013-07-19 3 points DOS version
Works fine, except that it asks for words from the manual as a password to start playing.
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