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1:Sudden Strike (PC)


Sudden Strike (PC)


Sudden Strike (PC)

2:Sudden Strike (PC game) - Repost

Sudden Strike (PC game) - Repost

Sudden Strike (PC game) - Repost

English | PC | Developer: Fireglow | Publisher: Strategy First | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy

3:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

4:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

5:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

6:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

7:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

8:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

9:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

10:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

11:Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike

Sudden Strike | 491 MB
Genre: Strategy
Link (s): hotfile

Sudden Strike is a real-time strategy game that takes place during World War II and has lots of little soldiers, tanks, and artillery pieces. And that's it. The game might initially rekindle nostalgic childhood memories of playing with plastic toy soldiers, thanks to its clean graphics and its variety of authentic-looking World War II military units. However, Sudden Strike's simplistic, straightforward gameplay prevents the game from staying interesting for very long.
Sudden Strike
The simplicity of the gameplay in Sudden Strike might be bearable, but the unit pathfinding is so bad that it makes the act of moving units over anything other than short distances an exercise in frustration. You can set waypoints and queue orders, but since your units typically can't find their way from one waypoint to another, these features aren't of much use. When dealing with some of the larger scenarios, this problem even threatens to make the game unplayable. Luckily, Sudden Strike lets you pause the game to give orders to your units. Without this ability, the lack of formations and the abysmal unit pathfinding would reduce the game to the equivalent of cat herding. In the single-player game, you'll have to pause often to sort out the units that will inevitably stray and scatter when they perform even the most basic maneuvers
Sudden Strike Tech Info

12:Sudden Attack 2010

Sudden Attack 2010

Sudden Attack 2010

PC Game | Windows | GameHi | AsiaSoft Online | 457 MB

13:I.G.I 2 -Convert Strike

I.G.I 2 -Convert Strike

I.G.I 2 -Convert Strike | 191 MB

14:All of a Sudden (1996) DVDRip

All of a Sudden (1996) DVDRip

All of a Sudden (1996)

DVDRIP | 1996 | LANG: Cantonese | 608x352 (4:3) 1012kbps | WMV | WMV3 | 01:36:24 | 761 MB
Subtitle: English, Chinese | Genre: Thriller

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