D-Day: The Beginning of the End (Amiga)

Game

To remember the famous historical battle, today we publish D-Day: The Beginning of the End, a turn-based wargame developed by Impressions Games and released for DOS and Amiga in 1994.

Year1994
GenreSimulation
Rating3.5 (3.5)10
PublisherImpressions
DeveloperImpressions
Updated6 June 2017
TAGShistorical battle managerial turn-based wargame ww2

Game Review

To remember the famous historical battle, today we publish D-Day: The Beginning of the End, a turn-based wargame developed by Impressions Games and released for DOS and Amiga in 1994.

As you can imagine, the game recreates the scenario of the Normandy landings that happened on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 (the D-Day) during World War II.

The gameplay is similar to another title by Impression Games, The Blue and the Grey. You can play as the Supreme Allied Commander or the Axis Commander. The game starts exactly on June 6, 1944 and the first thing to do will be deciding your generals. Then you will be able to play the D-Day landings, or other battles, until you free Europe from the occupation of the nazis. The graphics is very simple, with units identified by letters. But the best part is not the graphics, it's the attention to the details, the historical accuracy and the battle system. Sharpen you tactical and micromanagement skills, if you are a fan of the genre, it's something you have to try.



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