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Subwar 2050

Available Platform: Amiga

Subwar 2050 is a sci-fi submarine simulation game developed by Particle Systems and released in 1994 for the PC and Amiga CD32 platforms.

Year1994
GenreSimulation
Rating4

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PublisherMicroProse
DeveloperParticle Systems
OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated10 February 2023

Game Review

Subwar 2050 is a sci-fi submarine simulation game developed by Particle Systems and released in 1994 for the PC and Amiga CD32 platforms. The game is set in the year 2050, where a war between the United States and the Soviet Union has escalated into a global conflict that has forced both sides to take their battle to the depths of the ocean.

In this game designed by Michael Powell, players take on the role of a submarine captain, leading a crew of skilled sailors on a series of missions across the ocean floor. These missions involve tasks such as reconnaissance, sabotage, and combat against enemy submarines and other sea-based threats. That's why the subtitle was The Underwater Combat Simulation.

Subwar 2050 boasts impressive 3D graphics for its time, with detailed models of submarines and ocean environments that immerse players in the world of underwater warfare. The game also features a complex simulation of submarine mechanics, including systems for propulsion, sonar, and weapons management, making it a challenging and rewarding experience for players who enjoy strategy and simulation games.

Overall, Subwar 2050 offers a unique and engaging experience for players who are fans of submarine simulations and sci-fi games. Its combination of detailed mechanics and immersive graphics make it a classic title that still holds up today.

Review by: GN Team
Published: 8 March 2023 3:16 pm

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