Rush for Berlin

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Rush for Berlin
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Developer(s) StormRegion
Publisher(s) Deep Silver
Paradox Interactive
Platform(s) Windows
Release date(s) NA June 16, 2006
EUR May 26, 2006
Genre(s) Real-time tactics
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer

Rush for Berlin is a real-time tactics game set in World War II.

In the contest for the German capital Berlin, the player must fight with the American, British, French, and Soviet armies. As the players approach Berlin, they must face more and more challenges, as German defense becomes more focused and stubborn. The German campaign must be unlocked by beating either the Soviet campaign or the Anglo-American Alliance (USA and UK) campaign. The Free French is an unlockable, albeit difficult, faction to play with as their powerful units are small in size and take a long time to replenish. The game uses officers that have special abilities that help the player. All units have special abilities such as faster reload time for snipers or tank barriers for bazooka men and Panzerfaust soldiers.

Expansion Pack[edit]

Rush for Berlin: Rush for the Bomb is the expansion pack for Rush for Berlin, and was released on April 27, 2007. It features over-the-top, comic book style main characters and an unlikely but intriguing 'what if' scenario: the Third Reich invades 'neutral' Spain in 1944 to secure key intelligence data on American A-Bomb research.

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