Telling the story of the North African campaigns of World War II from both the Axis's and Allies' sides, Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps is a real-time tactical game in full 3D with single- and multiplayer modes. Across two campaigns and 20 missions inspired by history, players follow the destiny of a German and an English hero, who were once friends and who are now constrained to fight each other. Missions range from reconnaissance operations in the desert and urban flush-out missions to large-scale sieges of desert fortresses. Each mission starts with a briefing and a recap of the historical background to the ensuing battle. More than 30 units can be allocated to each side, selected in the army-management system. Desert Rats is characterized by a high level of combat realism and varied combat tactics. A pause feature allows players to think over tactics if necessary. The single-player demo will let you get a feel for this game's real-time tactical combat. It offers one mission from the Axis campaign of the full game.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||166.72 MB|
|System Requirements||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, 32MB VRAM|