Last Update 31MAY05

By selecting "Begin a Campaign Mission", you can see how each scenario fits into the war.

You can set the global skill level of each side, increasing the replayability of the game.

Infantry engages enemy units at Mount Tumbledown in a "What If" scenario.

"Mechanised Attack" scenario with picture icons active.

British SAS air assaults to an LZ on Pebble Island.

British infantry prepares for an attack on Mount Tumbledown in a historical scenario.

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