The Perfect General Internet Edition is the revival of the classic abstract game of strategy on a tactical level with tanks and artillery. This game is turn-based, with the ability to challenge either human or computer opponents. Players spend "buy points" to purchase units such as tanks, artillery, and infantry; place them on a map; and try to capture and hold strategic areas. Opponents are able to match wits against a computer general or another player. To truly test you against your opponent, The Perfect General Internet Edition is played in matches, where you have a chance to prove your mettle on both sides of the battlefield. The Perfect General Internet Edition is also IP-capable, and you can play human opponents over the Internet.
||Free to try
||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, DirectX 7.0 drivers