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Combat Mission Barbarossa to Berlin

Post  EVANdersar on Thu Sep 09, 2010 4:55 pm

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System Requirements MINIMUM (PC/Mac):
Processor: Pentium 500MHz (PC), G3 (Mac)
Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/XP/2000/Vista (PC)*
Mac OS 8.6 to 9.xx (Mac)*
Video Card: 16Mb Video card capable of running in 800x600 resolution or higher
System Memory: 64Mb of RAM
Hard Drive Space: 1.2 Gigabytes of Hard Drive space required (160Mb required for Demo)
Other Requirements: CD-ROM Drive
DirectX 8.0 compatible sound and video cards (PC)
28.8 modem or Network/Internet access for multiplayer

* CMBB does not run under Windows NT, as Windows NT does not fully support DirectX.

* CMBB does not run natively under Mac OS X.



System Requirements RECOMMENDED (PC/Mac):
Processor: Pentium 800MHz or faster (PC), G4 (Mac)
Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/XP/2000/Vista (PC)*
Mac OS 8.6 to 9.xx (Mac)*
Video Card: 32Mb Video card capable of running in 800x600 resolution or higher
System Memory: 128MB of RAM
Hard Drive Space: 1.2 Gigabytes of Hard Drive space required (160Mb required for Demo)
Other Requirements: CD-ROM Drive
DirectX 8.0 compatible sound and video cards (PC)
28.8 modem or Network/Internet access for multiplayer

* CMBB does not run under Windows NT, as Windows NT does not fully support DirectX.

* CMBB does not run natively under Mac OS X.

Combat Mission II: Barbarossa to Berlin is a turn-based computer game about tactical battles in World War II. It is part of the Combat Mission series.

Barbarossa to Berlin is both a complement to the earlier Combat Mission: Beyond Overlord, in that it presented a different theatre of war, as well as a sequel, by way of improving game features and adding new ones. The playable nations are: Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Romania (pre- and post- defection), Hungary, Finland, Poland (under Soviet command) and Italy.

In order to conform to German law, depictions of the swastika were removed. Additionally, all Waffen SS units were renamed "Waffen Grenadier".

The game was originally released as Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin; it was known in Europe as Combat Mission 2.

A Special Edition, known as Combat Mission II: Barbarossa to Berlin (Special Edition) was released with a "bonus disc" which included graphic mods and additional scenarios collected from designers within the CM community.
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