Date Added:Oct. 18, 1996
Price:Free to try
Downloads Last Week:2
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Graphics not up to modern standards, but they are not needed
Okay, so it doesn't have indepth graphics, what it lacks in visual candy it more than makes up for in it's true navy strategy simulation. I played it when it first came out. Loved it. Went and bought Harpoon II...Hated it. I got nastalgic about the fun I had with this version and was grateful to see it's still available. If your a true Navy Strategy buff, you'll enjoy this game eminsely!
You need to know/learn tactics and knowledge of military hardware.
I'm a former italian Navy officer and i thik who harpoon is the best strategic game who exist is realy quick silent deadly. i Beign you pardon for my terrible english i'm sorry
everything is just amazing
You gotta know your stuff for this game. In the full version, you've got thousands of ships & subs and thousands of planes & choppers and thousands of weapons. The operative word here is: comprehensive. On the down-side, there's no modem play; it's just you against the computer.
As a military instructor I am certain of the reality of the concepts and senerios contained in the various Harpoon releases. I have played every senerio and have used it to augment my courses to provide real world situations for my students. We don't have to reley on past situations, where everyone already knows the outcome, instead we can create new senerios which allows the student to react to the unknown, as they would in a real world situation.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.imagicgames.com/|
|Release Date||October 18, 1996|
|Date Added||October 18, 1996|
Windows 3.x with 386 (486 recommended), 4MB RAM, 2.5MB disk space, SVGA or
Windows 95 with 486/50 (Pentium recommended), 8MB RAM (16MB recommended), 12MB disk space, SVGA
|Downloads Last Week||2|
|License Model||Free to try|