Blitzkrieg War in Europe 1939 - 1945 Released!
Posted: 8 AUG 2006
The command of forces in World War II now in the palm of your hand!
Matrix Games and PlayTek (www.playtek.pl) are pleased to announce that Blitzkrieg War in Europe 1939 -1945 is now available through the Matrix Games Online Store. Blitzkrieg War in Europe 1939 - 1945 is the first is the first WWII strategy game for Palm OS and Pocket PC 2003. It is a turn-based strategy game that lets you try your skills as a supreme commander of Allied, Axis or Soviet troops.
Matrix Games Announces Their First PDA Wargame
Posted: 26 JUL 2006
Blitzkrieg: War in Europe Coming to Pocket-PC and Palm OS
Matrix Games and PlayTek are proud to announce partnership to bring the war strategy game Blitzkrieg: War in Europe 1939-1945 to the Matrix Games label. Blitzkrieg: War in Europe 1939-1945 is a turn-based strategy game that lets you try your skills as a supreme commander of Allied, Axis or Soviet troops.
- File Size: mb
- Download Time:
- - 56K Modem: min
- - DSL or Satelite: min
- - High Speed: min
Product Requirements :
Pocket PC Requirements:
Pocket PC 2003 or Windows Mobile 5.0
15 MB of program memory, 10 MB of storage memory (can be installed to a memory card)
Supports QVGA (240 x 320) and VGA (480 x 640) devices
as well as devices with square screen (240x240 or 480x480) such as Treo 700w.
Palm OS powered device with Palm OS 5.0 and higher
2.5 MB free memory
16-bit color display
320 x 320 and 320 x 480 resolutions are supported (resolution of 320x480 pixels in landscape or portrait mode is supported on Tungsten T3/T5 and Tapwave Zodiac; on Sony devices the 320 x 320 mode is used)
Release 1.2 has been tested on: Palm Tungsten C, E, T, T2, T3, T5; Palm Zire 71, 72; Treo 650; Tapwave Zodiac 1 & 2. If you own a different device that meets all the above requirements the game should work ok, just try the demo version.
Devices such as Palm Zire 31 or Treo 600 are not supported because they only support single density displays (160 x 160 pixels).
Release Date: 7 FEB 2007
Battlefront features the power of battalion-level combat in some of this period's most bloody and intense conflicts: Saipan, Market Garden, Novorossisk, and Gazala. Players will have realistic control over their soldiers, with a tactical scale just large enough to make a telling difference in the strategic picture.