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Carrier Command: Gaea Mission on PC

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Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is a Singleplayer,competitive game available on the PC.

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is a Singleplayer,competitive game. Mini games come in a variety of shapes and sizes. What unites the genre is the speed with which players can pickup the games and the relativley short time requried to complete a level or two.


Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission returns classic command strategy to the PC. Most importantly though it extends its powerful space opera saga.

In 1988, Realtime Games created Carrier Command (ed: I remember it on the Amiga) - among the earliest games to use 3D graphics in its depiction of war raged upon land, sea and in the skies. Bohemia Interactive, the developers of Arma II, are bring classic Carrier Command gameplay up to date with a new story based on the Gaea trilogy of novels.
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Dressup Gamer review Thu, 25 Aug 2011

Carrier Command Gaea Mission PC updates a much loved classic mixing both real time strategy and first person vehicle combat with modern touches and a cutting edge engine. The commanding role it creates ensures it's not just for the retro gamer.

Carrier Command is a remake due to arrive almost twenty five years after I was first blown away by the original's smooth vector graphics on my Commodore Amiga. Whilst viewing Bohemia Interactive's labour of love didn't quite have that same effect, I was still filled with anticipation, eager to take control of a Walrus tank.
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