Twelve O'clock High: Bombing the Reich
|Op. System:||Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT|
|Last updated:||Nov 15, 2010|
|File size:||98 KB|
|Publisher:||Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.|
Editor's review Twelve O'clock High: Bombing the Reich
12 O'clock High is a meticulously researched war-games that unfortunately doesn't add up. 12 O'clock High plays very differently depending on whether you're playing as the Germans or as the Allies. The game is in pseudo-real time but is separated into two phases, planning and reaction. As the Allied player, you use the planning phase to allocate your bombers to raids and to choose targets, assign escorts, set altitudes, plot mission paths, and so forth. A complex planning phase may take you several hours as you try to carefully coordinate multiple raids with one another. Game time does not advance during the planning phase, and the Allied player may take as much time as necessary.