PC game from, I'd guess, 5-10 years ago. I think it was about the German paratroopers in Crete in 1941. Mostly operational level of command (down to the company level?), NATO symbols, very clean 2d graphics. No tiles/hexes/grids as far as I can recall. I think it was also pausable real-time.
I remember bouncing off this game at the time and want to try it again, but it has so far eluded my best google-fu. Any ideas?
You're looking for the Deluxe version which includes "Devils Bridge". It has a Greek campaign, but is about the Britosh SAS. Or maybe that was Hidden and Dangerous 2?
2 of my favorite games of all time
Last edited by ICantSpellDawg; 07-04-2012 at 21:16.
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