More Screenshots for World War II Europe

Ron Dockal of Schwerpunkt Games has released a new batch of screenshots for his upcoming operational wargame World War II Europe (WWIIE), and he’s given us the permission to load them up and make them available to the eager wargamers out there!

So without further ado, here are the glimpses into the game… I’ve annotated the image captions with Ron’s explanation of the context of the image (click on the images for a larger view).

 

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This first one is from scenario #43, Approach to Leningrad. It shows the 4th Pz Group (Gen Hoeppner) as they approach the city.
From scenario #46 Operation Typhoon.  It shows the Order of Battle display capability using 2nd Panzer Army.
From scenario #46 Operation Typhoon. It shows the Order of Battle display capability using 2nd Panzer Army.
This screenshot shows a player aid display.  The display overviews some of the key aspects of the user interface to WWII-Europe.  In the background is scenario #24 Kasserine Pass.
This screenshot shows a player aid display. The display overviews some of the key aspects of the user interface to WWII-Europe. In the background is scenario #24 Kasserine Pass.
This screenshot shows the Reinforcement Report.  It lists all of the units in the scenario, and specifies the turn when they enter and leave the scenario.  Operation Typhoon was used as an example.
This screenshot shows the Reinforcement Report. It lists all of the units in the scenario, and specifies the turn when they enter and leave the scenario. Operation Typhoon was used as an example.
Last screenshot shows scenario 48 Kiev Pocket.  The Russians did not expect the Germans to turn south, and had only one weak Rifle Army screening.  Result was a disaster, but a delay in the attack towards Moscow in 1941.
Last screenshot shows scenario 48 Kiev Pocket. The Russians did not expect the Germans to turn south, and had only one weak Rifle Army screening. Result was a disaster, but a delay in the attack towards Moscow in 1941.

 

Once again, many thanks to Ron for sharing these peeks into his development cycle. They can only serve as tasters to whet the appetite for the full game.

One thought on “More Screenshots for World War II Europe

  1. I am really looking forward to this one. Any war gamer that has not given his series of games a shot are missing a treat…a little different when it comes to the UI, but worth the small effort.

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