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Game #1913
Wolfpack  
Simulation   Fleet

Rating: 8.39 (146 votes)

Wolfpack box cover

Wolfpack screenshot
Mediocre WWII naval combat simulation, Wolfpack offers you the command of German U-boats, US destroyers, freighters and tankers. Good graphics for its time can't hide many glaring omissions that are prerequisite for great sub sims, such as career mode.

Wolfpack does feature an intuitive mouse-driven interface, a decent mission builder, and twelve built-in scenarios, all with interesting objectives. After a few minutes, even casual naval commanders will notice that the game's realism and options are sorely lacking-- especially when compared to similar games like MicroProse's classic Silent Service II or Das Boot. A step forward in graphics, a step backward in gameplay. Try this one only if you're a casual-- VERY casual -- fan of submarine sims and don't mind historical inaccuracies and illogical logistics.

Reviewed by: Underdogs

Designer: John Garcia
Developer: NovaLogic
Publisher: Brøderbund
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: John Garcia
Theme: Naval, World Wars
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Das Boot, SSN-21 Seawolf, Up Periscope!

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