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MS Windows XP/Vista/7/8, CPU 1.1 GHz; RAM 1Gb;
GeForce 6600/RADEON 9600; DirectX 16bit Sound;
Digital Download; DRM-free; Language: English.

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Ironclads: High Seas (US Civil War)
Ironclads: 2nd Schleswig War 1864
Ironclads: Anglo-Russian War 1865
Ironclads: Chincha Islands War 1866

Victorian Admirals: Panama Incident 1885
Victorian Admirals: Caroline Crisis 1885
Victorian Admirals: Marianas Incident 1887
Victorian Admirals: Samoan Crisis 1889
A steam-ship period naval combat simulation games focusing on fleet-scale battles in real time. The naval combat game allows you to set up battles squadron groups, their formations and management, with realistic ship models and characteristics, as well as advanced ballistisc and weapon models. Choose your ships, increase the experience of your crews and send your squadron into the high seas. Order a battle formation, and experience power of iron and a steam!

Ironclads: High Seas. For over a year the forces of the United States (North) and the Confederacy (South) have fought a bitter war. The North imposes a complete blockade of shipping to the South. The Confederate Government buys warships from the European Powers, to protect its trade.

Ironclads: Schleswig War 1864. The Danish government wanted to annex the duchy of Schleswig while the Prussia wanted Schleswig to finally became a part of Germany. A key element of Denmark's war strategy was the blockade of Germany's Baltic sea ports.

Ironclads: Anglo-Russian War 1865. Alternative History Scenario. The Crimean War had weakened the position of Russia on the Black Sea, but, in the Barents Sea, the Tsar built a new, modern fleet. In 1865, Poland rebelled against the Russia. Britain supported the rebels and declared war on Russia.

Ironclads: Chincha Islands War 1866. The Spain tried to restore by force its influence in its former colonies, Chile and Peru. This strong Spanish squadron occupied the Chincha Islands, very important to the economy of Peru.

Victorian Admirals: Caroline Crisis 1885. Alternative History Scenario. Germany began her colonial enterprise very late and was finding all the desirable places already occupied. The Spaniards claimed the Caroline Islands as their colony, but did not actually control them. Germany disputed the Spanish claim and in August of 1885 sent warships to islands.

Victorian Admirals: Panama Incident 1885. Alternative History Scenario. In 1884 Chile emerged from the War of the Pacific as a potential threat to the hegeamony of the United States. In 1885, as the US Navy occupied part of Colombia, the Chilean government ordered its navy to force the American squdron evacuated.

Victorian Admirals: Marianas Incident 1887. Alternative History Scenario. To strengthen position in the Pacific Ocean; the United States needs to control at least one of the tropical islands such as the Spanish Mariana Islands, or the Samoan archipelago. The Great Powers are will not interfere in the conflict.

Victorian Admirals: Samoan Crisis 1889. Alternative History Scenario. The Samoan archipelago is the last of the territories of Oceania which has not yet been colonized. The German Empire, through the tribal supreme chief, is trying to establish control over the Samoa. The United States supports the natives.