Combat Lynx

released in 1984

This is probably the most comprehensive 'real-time' battle simulation program
ever written for a home computer. It can be played on a simple level as a
'shoot-them-up' game, or a more stealthy player can make use of the
intelligence map to locate and destroy selected targets. The most skilled
players will be able to protect their bases with mines, support forward bases
under attack with air cover and fresh troops, and also intercept and destroy
enemy vehicles (land and air) while in flight between bases. A game could
last five seconds or five hours depending on the dexterity and tactical skill
of the player.

  • Platform: Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC, BBC Microcomputer System, Commodore C64/128, ZX Spectrum


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