Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem
Genre Strategy -> Wargames
Today's Rank 4202
USA
Date N/A
Publisher Matrix Games
UK
Date N/A
Publisher Matrix Games
Close Combat – Last Stand Arnhem is a highly enhanced new release of Close Combat, using the latest Close Combat engine with many additional improvements. Its design is based on the critically acclaimed Close Combat – A Bridge Too Far, originally developed by Atomic Games, as well as the more recent Close Combat: The Longest Day. This is the most ambitious and most improved of the new Close Combat releases.

Features:
# Highly enhanced release based on the critically acclaimed Close Combat: A Bridge Too far title, originally developed by Atomic Games, and the latest Close Combat: The Longest Day.
# Expanded strat layer with new strat map image as well as 64 gorgeous hand-drawn tactical maps.
# Comes with all new 60+ battles, operations and campaigns including a new enhanced Grand Campaign.
# Many new game features including troop point buying system, destructible bridges, ferry and assault river crossings, night-time battles, flare effects, and more!
# A point buying system - each battle group and parent formation has a limited pool of points to be spent to ‘buy’ teams from the Force Pool.
# Bridge demolition and repair.
# Assault river crossings and ferry river crossings.
# Front line and Reserve Battlegroups
# Improved Battlegroup management – ability to stack battle groups, ability to merge battle groups, ability for one battlegroup to lend teams to another, ability for battlegroups to move through each other on the strat map.
# Static troops – a small number of teams associated with a specific map – will defend the map even if no battlegroup is present.
# Ability to specify starting turn (of starting day) for operations and campaigns to the scenario editor.
# Ability to specify arrival turn for reinforcements in scenario editor.
# Increased maximum number of turns / day to 6.
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