Silent Service 1+2 Sink A Battleship At MGS
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Tommo's Silent Service 1+2 is available now for purchase and download at Mac Game Store. The re-release of the popular Microprose titles designed by Sid Meier once again submerge players in the tense underwater battles of World War II. To succeed they'll need to "FIND 'EM, CHASE 'EM, SINK 'EM" using instruments, charts, and instincts.
0400 hours, Tuesday, August 12, 1942… BATTLE STATIONS! BATTLE STATIONS! Enemy convoy identified on radar!Silent Service 1+2 is available now for $5.99 (USD).
Silent Service 1+2
The world is deep at war, and you're submerged among the enemy. Prepare to dive into Silent Service, the submarine simulation that recreates authentic World War II sea patrols in the bloody waters of the South Pacific.
From the second you take command, you'll live by the motto FIND 'EM, CHASE 'EM, SINK 'EM, as you follow instruments, charts and your instincts in search of hostile convoys. Is a submerged daylight periscope attack best or do you charge in on the surface at night using only radar bearings to guide you? Do you fire a spread of your precious torpedoes or can you close the range and pick off the enemy with a single torpedo shot? These decisions and many more are yours to make as you take your place among the elite ranks of the Silent Service!
- Includes Silent Service and its sequel Silent Service II.
- Challenging combat versus single ships and heavily escorted convoys.
- All the critical battle stations: engine room, conning tower and ship’s bridge.
- An infinite variety of situations using complete maps and charts for the entire Southwest Pacific.
- A wide selection of historical scenarios from individual attacks to patrol missions.
- Mac OS X 10.7 or later
- 1 GB RAM
- 1 GB HD Space
- 64 MB VRAM
Buy Silent Service 1+2
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