Utah Beach, the first computer simulation in the award-winning V for Victory series from Three-Sixty Pacific, set an unprecedented standard for historical accuracy. The game's designers put hundreds of hours of painstaking historical research into the events that took place during the Utah Beach campaign fifty years ago. The result was the first computer wargame to present players with the same operational problems as those faced by the German and American commanders who fought in the French countryside of the Cotentin Peninsula in June 1944. over 100,00 words of text
The Utah Beach Battlebook provides players, regardless of experience level, with comprehensive scenario and campaign game analysis and tactical guidelines for playing and winning with either side. This information can be used when playing either the computer or a human opponent, especially when playing by e-mail or modem-to-modem.
57 game screens keyed to the strategy and tactics text
16 tables of game and historical data
36 original graphics of American and German unit tables of organization
71 historical photos of the 1944 Utah Beach campaign
6 official U.S. Army situation maps of the Utah Beach campaign