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Sunday, March 26th, 2006

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From defunt site: http:www.the-underdogs.org/game.php?id=1982

Enemy Nations is one of the best and most sophisticated real-time strategy games ever made. It's also a game you've probably never played, because its slated publisher went out of business shortly after the game's release, forcing developer Windward Studios to sell the game exclusively from its website. If you ever hoped you could have more resources and do research in Red Alert, or that you could control your soldiers more directly and have a simpler economy in Settlers, then Enemy Nations, as a game sitting squarely between the two, fits the bill. It's neither a simple action strategy game, nor is it a straightforward god game with token battle elements. Rather, it's an isometric strategy game which takes influences from half a dozen existing games and tries to blend them into something new, and in most aspects, succeeds admirably.
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Review * Enemy Nations

Limited vision; Headgames Interactive's Enemy Nations wargame; Software Review; Evaluation

Computer Gaming World October, 1997

SECTION: No. 159; Pg. 276;

Cirulis, Martin E.

ENEMY NATIONS Is Just Another Lukewarm Entrant Into the Real-Time Arena
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