Recently, it has awoken to a modern combat. However, because I do not have a lot of modern war games too much, the environment that can be played is not in order. The game owned now is Assult,FireFight,6th Fleet,2nd Fleet,TaskForce,FirePower,Air Auperiority,The Speed of Heat,MechWar'90(HJ),CombinedArms(Tsukuda),FlightLeader,Patton(Tsukuda),Jetfighter(Tsukuda).
Looking for can play is a difficult situation though it is possible to play almost.

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Comment by Dan Stueber on May 24, 2008 at 8:31am
Hey blue,
If you are looking for Modern Hypothetical games that are available now try Group of Soviet Forces Germany. It is a magazine game that is still available through a few sites. Also, try the Millennium Battles games. Bayonet Games is also coming out with a few modern type games.

Dan Stueber

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