Demo for Combat Mission: Battle For Normandy (Mac & PC) Launched
I’ve been playing a lot of StarCraft II on the Mac, but if you already had your fill of sci-fi RTS on the Mac, how about some tactical World War II action in the form of Combat Mission: Battle For Normandy? The developers, Battlefront, have announced the release of the demo for the game for both the PC and Mac.
Combat Mission – Battle for Normandy (CM:BN) faithfully recreates the experience of tactical land warfare in Western France during World War Two. Using the unique Turn-Based (WeGo)/Real-Time hybrid game system of our proprietary CMx2 battle engine, the first installment in this new series covers the three months after the Allied D-Day landings in Normandy in June 1944, from Operation Overlord in June through the Cobra Breakout in August.
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At the player’s fingertips are a large array of carefully researched US and German Army formations, equipment, and vehicles in what is probably the most versatile, genuine and powerful battlefield simulation to date. This free demo version contains limited functionality and content to showcase the full version of the game, which can be purchased at the Battlefront website. Check out the demo and the full version of the game over at https://www.battlefront.com/normandy