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Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps single-player demo

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.
LicenseFree to try
File Size166.72 MB
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Windows Me Windows 98
System RequirementsWindows 98/Me/2000/XP, 32MB VRAM