Hi All!

 

May I introduce a new WW2 Tactical Wargame called Fatherland - Red Horizon 41

 

You can find our trailer on our youtube channel:

Fatherland-Youtub Channel

Fatherland will be a new tactical system which is designed for small scale battles but also for a later on campaign level. At this moment the prototype for the first module called Red Horizon 41 is fully playable. You will find ingame videos from demos on youtube or on our website: www.fatherland-games.com

 

Addionally we will post news regarding the project progress on the website. For e.g. you can find details of development and a roadmap of the project.

 

You are invited to follow us. You can give us ideas for ingame videos, of course! Do not hesitate to push us forward with ideas!

 

Thank you.

 

Fatherland-Team Member WolfgangK

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