Global Commander/The Armageddon Man (lost DOS port of real-time strategy game; 1987-1988)


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Global Commander/The Armageddon Man (DOS port)
Global Commander cover art.
Global Commander cover art.
Status Lost

Global Commander (also known as The Armageddon Man in Europe) is a real-time single-player strategy developed by Martech in 1987[1] for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and DOS.[2]

Availability

Computer Gaming World write a review about this game and referenced the IBM PC in its magazine in year 1988.[3] Thelegacy.de also references the MS-DOS port of the game, however, they state this game was not published.[4]

All the images featuring references to the DOS port of the game are uploaded & preserved on LMW.

Gallery

Game screenshots:

References to DOS port:

Misc:

References

  1. Brooks, M. Evan (June 1992). "The Modern Games: 1950 - 2000". Computer Gaming World. p. 120, 122. Retrieved 24 November 2013.
  2. Global Commander @ English Wikipedia Retrieved 20 June 2017
  3. Brooks, M. Evan (September 1988). "Global Commander" (PDF). Computer Gaming World. No. 51. p. 23. Retrieved 23 April 2016.
  4. (DE) The Armageddon Man @ thelegacy.de Retrieved 20 June 2017

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