Storm over the Pacific
Matrix Games has released the comprehensive 1.03 update for Storm over the Pacific. The update includes several UI and AI improvements, many bug fixes, an overhaul of Communist Chinas importance in the Pacific Campaign, more editor features, and more.
The v1.10 update fixes the issue of CTDs after assigning a commander, as well as the problems with bad counted supply and the calculations of bombardments. Players will enjoy several new features as well, such as units being able to switch places with a SHIFT+click and an increased buffer to store naval AI activities.
The comprehensive 1.05 patch comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements including an improved PBEM system that allows players to automate decisions in events, added penalties for skipping too many islands in Pacific Campaign, and more.
This tutorial video displays how naval battles work.
The demo includes the Pacific Campaign with 15 turns and no saves, a variant of the Okinawa Scenario where you cannot increase the size of units, and the Editor.
Storm over the Pacific is a grand strategy game depicting the Pacific War in a wide historical context, providing a good variety of scenarios with several hours of gameplay.
This will bring the game to the same version as the digital download copy, which is already updated to v1.01.
This trailer shows off the intro to Storm Over the Pacific, a brand new strategy game depicting the Pacific War in a wide historical context.
This is a post release trailer for the WWII Pacific theater grand strategy game, Storm over the Pacific.
This brief tutorial video demonstrates how to perform an amphibious landing.
This brief tutorial video demonstrates how to move and navigate the map using land units.