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Fall Weiss
Genre: Strategy
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Tags: Education
Jan 13, 2014 @ 11:17am
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Fall Weiss has been released on STEAM
Release date: Available

Fall Weiss is all about:
  • Strategy
  • Turns
  • Hexes
  • Counters
  • Panzers
  • Commies, Nazis, Poles

For the first time player has a possibility to recreate the events of the first campaign of World War 2. What is more important - the course of history can be changed, and the Germans and Soviets can be defeated. It's all up to you.

Three sides of conflict:
  • Third Reich[] - a regime looking for more and more Lebensraum, willing to roll over everything with Panzers and to bomb all that is left with Stukas.
  • Soviet Union[] - a regime, killing people for the Great Socialism. In 1920 the Polish Army stopped them, but this time Soviets are better prepared.
  • Poland[] - a regime, trying to survive between two of the greatest powers of Europe. They say the most handsome and brave cavalryman are in the Polish Army.

Scale adapted for the size of the conflict
Detailed historical units
Huge modding possibilities
Replayability factor with a lot "what if" options
Difficulty level customizable for each country
History within a hand's reach
Only computer adaptation of the campaign
Runs well on every hardware

Features List:
  • Realistic presentation of the campaign's events,
  • Supply Depots which are crucial to execute successful offensives,
  • HQ units and Chain of Command boosting the efficiency of units,
  • Historical types of units, like Ulhans, Panzers, Stukas, etc.,
  • Major rivers which can really slow down the offensive,
  • Over 700 of historical units, with a unique photos,
  • 20000 hexes map of Poland and surroundings.

When there are no guns, no tanks, no hope, honor is the only thing that's left
Popular Discussions View All (11)
Feb 26, 2014 @ 3:29am
gut ?
Feb 15, 2014 @ 8:18am
I voted
X-the Unknown
Jan 31, 2014 @ 8:06am
Linux support ?
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Leszek  [author] Jun 12, 2014 @ 3:05am 
Thanks for teh feedback Oste
xxalphasquadxx Jun 11, 2014 @ 7:55pm 
As far as im concerned the game has always worked for me guys, I havent had issues, thanks wasteland, ive had this game since the original release!!
Leszek  [author] Jun 10, 2014 @ 4:16pm 
who are those others?

I'm telling once again.
We are delivering the patches as soon as possible.
the last one for Time of Fury was uploaded to Matrix server at February 22.

Please ask Matrix to release it.
GamerDad Jun 10, 2014 @ 3:51pm 
All I can tell you is that I paid money for a game you developed that I downloaded from Matrix that doesn't work. There are others on the Matrix site with the same issue. Matrix claims it is your responsibility and you say it is theirs. All I know is that I spent money for a product that doesn't work and I am looking for some fairness. Companies should honor commitment to consumers. All I looking for is the patch for a game I purchased.
Leszek  [author] Jun 9, 2014 @ 2:42pm 
I'm not just putting the blame to anybody.
I'm just trying to explain why we are not able to deliver the patches to our customers.
Making our games on STEAM is a very fair and comfortable solution to deliver fixes to the customers. We will be delivering STEAM key for every Matrix customer who will ask us for that.

If you would take a look at the history of our support, you would clearly see that we provide the fixes for a long time after releasing the game.
And honestly, do you really think it is fair to blame developer instead of publisher that they don't want deliver the patches?

Of course the bugs are not something intended, but please tell me what are the chances to test all the possible outcomes in such complex and huge game like Time of Fury.
GamerDad Jun 9, 2014 @ 2:20pm 
Diverting the blame to Matrix is just that. This doesn't absolve Wasteland of anything. Users bought the game and got a buggy unplayable game. If you don't feel you have an obligation to your customer base, then that shows your commitment to your brand. Side-stepping the lack of support on the Matrix forum again shows a "take the money and run" mentality.

BTW, if you hadn't released a buggy game to begin with, we wouldn't be having this conversation.
Leszek  [author] Jun 8, 2014 @ 10:38am 
The issue is that Matrix Games is not releasing the patches we have delivered to them in January and February.
Sorry but this is not our fault
GamerDad Jun 7, 2014 @ 3:16pm 
Wasteland Interactive is notorious for releasing buggy games and not patching them. Check out the Time of Fury forum on the Matrix Games Website. Unanswered technical issues abound and an inability to launch the game still exists. What possible excuse can there be for not helping people resolve technical issues? Nothing like taking people's money and leaving them stranded with broken game.
Leszek  [author] Jun 3, 2014 @ 4:43am 
We are working on that but rather not this month
ivanhl Jun 2, 2014 @ 9:39pm 
Spanish languaje, when? Thanks