Power At Sea
European cover art
|Composer(s)||Kris Hatlelid and Patrick Payne|
This game is a simulation of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, in which the Japanese attempt to capture the Pacific during World War II. The player commands a battleship, an aircraft carrier, and a troop ship, to launch naval gun barrages against enemy cave emplacements and direct assault forces to capture beachheads in enemy-held territory.
In 1988, Dragon gave the game 3 out of 5 stars. A 1991 Computer Gaming World survey of strategy and war games gave it one star out of five, criticizing the game's abridged order of battle and arcade combat.
- Power At Sea at GameFAQs
- Lesser, Hartley; Lesser, Patricia; Lesser, Kirk (October 1988). "The Role of Computers". Dragon (138): 70–75.
- Brooks, M. Evan (December 1991). "Computer Strategy and Wargames: The 1900–1950 Epoch / Part II (M-Z) of an Annotated Paiktography". Computer Gaming World. p. 126. Retrieved 18 November 2013.