On the 14th of October on the 14th of October, the tactical strategy game for the United States game Partisans 1941 was released. The game is specifically aimed at the partisan group that was active at the time in the Great Patriotic War, actively fighting the invading forces. In the sense that the authors have been able to convey their vision of time along with the complexity and complexities of the guerrilla operations as we will explain about it in the review.
- Producer: Alter Games
- Publisher: Daedalic Entertainment
- Date of release: 14 October 2020
The aesthetics of remote villages
Autumn 1941 The muddy roads were which were swept away by the rain, wooden huts that were lopsided and Nazi invaders acting as if they already had been victorious. It’s a picture that is very similar to the imagery we’re used in games that focus on World War II.
There is no Stalingrad No Stalingrad, no Battle of Moscow, the Battle of Kursk, or the liberation of Poland. The only thing left is the distant outback, left by the Red Army, where fear despair, hopelessness and fear remain.
Of of course, there are numerous small mechanics such as injuries, dogs need to be tricked by or even bottles of moonshine which can cause chaos to entire patrols. If you prefer slow and calm games that are that require concentration, then it is best to study the benefits of this method personally. The cost isn’t likely to be a barrier to doing this.
Partisans 1941 is a unique project that is unique in its own manner. Although it was developed by the local developers however, it does not overly indulge in overt patriotism, or the extreme politicization of events.
The game is about people who are forced to use weapons at their disposal for their homes, families and the freedom to live as they appropriate. The setting telling the story of the enduring accomplishment of the guerrillas is worth purchasing to add to your collection. Don’t expect much from the game. The guerrillas weren’t an ordinary army, at all, and they had to use of what they had available.
When playing the sport, don’t be expecting to be able to do too much.