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May fourth, nineteen forty-two. The Pacific Ocean froths with war. The Japanese have made immense gains following their infamous December sneak attack. The Philippines have fallen. Pearl Harbor is a graveyard of sunken ships. Australia faces the grim possibility of invasion. The Empire of Japan seem unstoppable. But America and her allies fight on.
Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: ChoiceScript
Nominee, Best Setting - 2011 XYZZY Awards
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In this game, you play the leader of a platoon of Marines during WWII. In the pacific theatre, you are commanded to attack the island of Espirtu Santu, and you must decide how to do so.
The game focuses on both strategy and tactics. What weapon do you pick? Do you ambush or charge in? When do you stop? When do you go?
I played through to one ending, trying to play conservatively to reduce losses.
I felt this was an effective Choicescript game. It seems to be well-researched.
Recommended for Choicescript fans and military history buffs.
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