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Korea 1950 relates the story of one of the toughest conflict in the Cold War era, depicting the invasion of the democratic South Korea by the Northern Korea communists. The Communist must capture Seoul and possibly the whole of the peninsula. The Southern Korea player must repel the invasion with the help of UNO and the Americans, and may be crush the North Koreans. But beware the Chinese...Korea 1950 lasts 16 turns, each representing one month between June 1950 and September 1951. One player represents the North Korean and Chinese communist armies, the other has the South Koreans and the UNO, with mostly American forces.- The Communists have very numerous land forces at the start of the game, and the chinese reinforcements are impressive. - The South Korean player must first hold desperately against the initial invasion, waiting for American reinforcements to alter the course of events. Be careful however to the ease of use of bacteriological or nuclear weapons usage, there are not coming for free...The game event cards allow full replay ability thanks to the numerous various situations that their create on the diplomatic, military, political or economical fields.Estimated Playtime: 2h30Favored Side: noneHardest to Play: South-Koreans.
Minimum:OS: Windows 7/8Processor: 2.5 GHz Intel Dual CoreMemory: 2 GB RAMGraphics: 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce 9600DirectX: Version 9.0Storage: 750 MB available spaceRecommended:OS: Windows 7 or higherProcessor: 2.5 GHz Intel Dual CoreMemory: 4 GB RAMGraphics: 1024 MB DirectX 11 compatibleDirectX: Version 11Storage: 2 GB available space
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|Publisher:||Plug In Digital|