Stalingrad

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Stalingrad is a real-time strategy title that places gamers in the middle of the most dramatic periods of World War II, covering major events from June 1942 till January 1943.

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Title Stalingrad
Genre Strategy
Developer DTF games
Publisher 1C Company
Release Date 5 Apr 2005
Languages English- Russian- German- Czech
Platform GamingBazar- Steam
PlattformOS win- - -
WebSite store.steampowered.com
Download Direct
Delivery Instantly
Region GiftGlobal-PlayGlobal
ProductType Steam Gift
Gamemodes Single-player- Steam Cloud

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About This Game

Stalingrad is a real-time strategy title that places gamers in the middle of the most dramatic periods of World War II, covering major events from June 1942 till January 1943. Built-up upon the enhanced Enigma Engine, the game offers faithful historical recreation of the Stalingrad area, vast tactical options and more than 150 units at your command.

In Stalingrad's two thrilling campaigns, you will take command over Wehrmacht and lead the German forces into the City, then switch to the Red Army and drive the occupants from the Soviet stronghold.

Key features:


  • More than 150 types of units, 43 missions in two large campaigns for the Wehrmacht and the Red Army
  • The game missions were recreated from tactical maps and air photography materials
  • Historical buildings reconstructed from archive photos
  • Accurate reconstruction of historical events
  • Full-scale battles on the city territory
  • Original soundtrack by the band &quotSkafandr&quot

System Requirements

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows® XP (SP3) / Vista (SP1) / Windows® 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz and faster
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 Mb VRAM and more
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

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Stalingrad

Stalingrad

Stalingrad is a real-time strategy title that places gamers in the middle of the most dramatic periods of World War II, covering major events from June 1942 till January 1943.