In the year 1999, weapons of mass destruction have already devastated America. In Roadwar Europa, designed by the team that would produce Pool of Radiance and Command and Conquer, it's up to you and your road gang to stop terrorists before they unleash the same deadly plague on Europe.
Though best played after Roadwar 2000 since it allows you to bring your old gang over from the first game, you can also design from scratch a new posse of armsmasters, bodyguards, doctors, and escorts. The bad monochrome graphics and hardcore tactical combat are back, and what's left of the European Union is as deadly as the United States in the first game. With all the roving villains, your party is as likely as not to be eliminated in the blink of an eye if you choose the quick combat resolution option. So if someone gives you trouble while you're looting the countryside for tires, choose "detailed combat" and see if you have what it takes to be the Napoleon of road warriors.
Europe is suffering the same bio-war that has devastated America in Roadwar 2000. In Roadwar Europe, maniacal terrorists have destroyed one city and are threatening the entire continent. The player and his gang are its last hope. Player's mission is to locate and disarm the bio-bombs, and destroy the terrorist headquarters along with its leaders.
The sequel to SSI's earlier post-holocaust game Roadwar 2000 takes place in Europe. There are many similarities with the earlier game -- the map and graphics look the same, controls are the same, and the game is operated in the same way, although with simpler menus and summaries. You also have the option of importing your gang from Roadwar 2000 -- a great way to get started on this game. Your objective is to go around Europe and find nuclear bombs that have not denotated yet in the cities. This game retains enough of the great gameplay that made Roadwar 2000, so it is a lot of fun to play with improvements that make it easier to get into and understand. If you liked the first, you'll like this one also.
A somewhat different but good strategy game where you are the leader of your own gang. The story is very simple where you have to walk around in different cities and remove nuclear bombs. Of course you can import your old gang from Roadwar 2000 which is a very neat feature in the game.
The interface is very simple and all commands are done via your keyboard as mouse control wasn't really a standard back when Roadwar Europe was made. The graphics aren't that good, but compared to that time in 80's they are acceptable. The game doesn't have any sound which also affect the overall atmosphere in the game in a negative way.
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Roadwar 2000, Sword of Aragon, Rise of The West, Russian Front II: The Kursk Campaign, Rorke's Drift, Revolution '76, Sid Meier's Gettysburg!, Second Front
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