Task Force 1942
Task Force 1942: Surface Naval Action in the South Pacific is a strategic game combined with action scenes from MicroProse studios.
The game takes place in the South Pacific during the World War II. The game is a naval strategic simulation where player can operate
a ships or a whole task force made up of several ships. The ships can be selected from the United States Navy (USN), Royal Australian
Navy (RAN) and Royal New-Zealand Navy (RNZN), or the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN).
Originally started in 1982 by industry legends Sid Meier and Bill Stealey, Microprose became known throughout the video game industry as a cutting edge computer game designer and publisher. Focusing primarily on high tech military and strategy simulations, the company eventually merged with Spectrum HoloByte by the 1990’s. After going through a series of further changes in ownership, the name and its legacy was wiped out by Infogrames in 2001.
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