Panzer General: Allied Assault
Strategy 21 October 2009
A card version of a strategy game known from PCs, the action of which took place during the Second World War. . The player has the opportunity to recreate battles such as the German offensive in the Ardennes, Operation Market-Garden or the Utah beach landing. The game is based on the appropriate use of more than 60 different cards, from which we form our own decks.
Panzer General III: Scorched Earth
Strategy 28 September 2000
Another game of SSI company belonging to the famous strategic Panzer General series. The action takes place again during World War II and focuses on the battles conducted by German and Russian troops on the eastern front. As the commander of these armies we can take part in the march to Berlin, or the offensive towards Moscow.
Panzer General 3D: Assault
Strategy 31 August 1999
Panzer General 3D: Assault is a Strategic Simulations studio-produced strategy game set in the Western Front of World War II. The creators prepared eight single-player campaigns, in which you can play as the commander of the American, British, German or French troops, as well as a multiplayer network mode designed for the game with up to 4 players.
Strategy 30 November 1996
The fourth part of the strategic cycle, initiated by the famous Panzer General. In the new part of the game we move into space to conquer unknown worlds and fight on the surface of different planets. We have at our disposal 7 playable races and the possibility of fighting both in space and on land.
Strategy 20 March 1994
Panzer General is a turn-based strategy game that throws us into the whirlwind of events known from history as the Second World War. The SSI product is, in a sense, unique because it is entirely dedicated to the Nazis, and this is extremely rare in computer games.
Panzer General Online
An online strategy game which is a browser-based version of the cult Panzer General series. It was developed by Blue Byte Software. The action takes place during World War II although the production's approach to the subject is far from realistic. In Panzer General Online, we participate in turn-based battles that, even though inspired by historical ones, are quite loosely based on actual events. The game offers both a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode. Combat is turn-based, which is characteristic of the series, and apart from infantry, we can command armored forces, air force, and many other units. The title is enriched with elements of collectible card games — while playing, the players have to collect cards that symbolize units and construct their own decks that are then used in subsequent battles.