Codename Panzers: Phase One
Genre Strategy -> RTS
Today's Rank 1956
Date 2004-09-28
Publisher CDV
Date 2004-09-10
Publisher CDV
North America Retail Box ArtUnited Kingdom Retail Box ArtNo, this can't be! Initial outpost reports showed only armoured infantry, but some serious hardware is headed this way! How could two 70-ton German Königstiger battle tanks simply be overlooked?! Well, no time to lay blame, just aim the bazooka and bring up the tanks from the rear. Only a direct hit can destroy them. ... Codename: Panzers thrusts you into the high-powered battles of World War II. Whether played in towns with bullet-riddled buildings, bleak mountain landscapes, or treacherous swamps, Codename: Panzers offers real-time combat rampages with awesome 3D graphics. Create your combat force from over 100 finely detailed units, from a flame-throwing squad to a Soviet Stalin organ rocket launcher to a German Königstiger battle tank. Be the commander - demolish the enemy with clever tactical manoeuvres. Experience the nerve-jangling thrill of strategic gaming - in Codename: Panzers!

World War II sets the scene for thrilling RTS
Totally 3D: terrain, units, buildings, weather, sound, movement, special effects - realistically portrayed in the minutest detail
30 versatile missions in 3 thrilling campaigns
Every unit is designed with realistic fields of vision shaped by sound, experience and external conditions
More than 50 individually controllable and historically accurate vehicles: tanks, cannons, trucks, jeeps and motorcycles
A huge arsenal for the infantry, including flame throwers, bazookas, shells and mines
Soldiers creep, crawl, run, and dive for cover
Infantry makes use of equipment such as bandages, field telephones, binoculars and even rubber dinghies
Using an ingenious bonus system, troops gain prestige points that can be used to buy more units or make upgrades and repairs
Finely detailed war-damaged equipment and constructions, from realistic function failure to total annihilation
Dramatic campaigns with German, Russian and western Allied troops
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