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Unity of Command Now Available on Mac

Posted by Dave Seaman on Friday, 10 February 2012

Critically acclaimed strategy game "Unity of Command" is now available on the Mac platform, developers 2x2 Games have announced. 

Zagreb, Croatia -- February 10th, 2012 -- Developers 2x2 Games have announced that Unity of Command is now available to Mac users worldwide. Launched in late 2011 on the PC, Unity of Command has enjoyed stellar reception with players and critics alike. 2x2 Games is now bringing it to the Mac platform starting with a brief BETA test period during which the Mac version will be available at a discounted price of $14.99. 

Unity of Command has been hailed as a huge success and an ideal entry-level wargame by the cult strategy games podcast Three Moves Ahead. Both fans and professional reviewers agreed, with the #224 issue of PC Gamer awarding it a review score of 84 and players heaping praise for the game in the forums. 

About Unity of Command: 
Unity of Command is a critically acclaimed, innovative operational-level wargame that covers the entire 1942/43 Stalingrad Campaign on the Eastern Front. Playable from both the Axis and Soviet perspective, it strives to recreate the strategy, the forces involved and the general tension of that crucial period in World War II. 

Experience the highly fluid, enormously large battles of maneuver in a turn-based strategy setting. Take command in this mobile, back-and-forth sort of war where logistics and poor weather are often the decider, and defeat and victory are sometimes just a mile, or a day, apart. 

About 2x2 Games: 
2x2 Games is a 4-strong indie dev team that is not afraid of treading new ground. On a mission to find that perfect balance between fun and historical accuracy in wargames, they just might be onto something. 

http://unityofcommand.net/macbeta/

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