Carrier Command 2 is the real-time strategy game that puts you in command of a futuristic carrier capable of deploying a vast array of aircraft and amphibious units. Compete against AI or human players and hop into every single vehicle to take matters into your own hands! Carrier Command 2 is Strategy, Planning and Teamwork on a scale that is both engaging and manageable. True to MicroProse’s heritage, Carrier Command 2 is all about meaningful decisions.
Gather intel from your vehicles’ radars, pick your tools of the trade, and launch your attacks where the enemy presence is thinner. The approach you take to a situation will play a big part in the outcome. Take command of a carrier and operate its systems to launch your offensive and conquer the Archipelago. Get in the shoes of an admiral and lead from the front. Once you have taken an island you will need to exploit and defend the resources it provides. Ensuring these supply lines remain open will be key to your survival. Think ahead.
Carrier Command is an ’80s strategy classic well known for its unique blend of strategy and vehicle simulation. The legend is back! Make the most of different unit types synergies and create combined arms assaults to efficiently win battles. On top of that, get into each and every vehicle and take part in the action! Overall this game is beautiful in a voxel kind of way; combining retro nostalgia with modern lighting and particle effects to create a world that’s easy on the eyes and the GPU.
Basically the South China Sea training simulator. Level an island, then send in advanced vehicles to mop up from a carrier/landing craft. Honestly though, this may be the most immersive strategy game I’ve ever played, with just enough sim elements to keep it very engaging. Every button is clickable and you’re able to walk around the entire carrier. It is deeper than I was expecting but easy enough to learn even solo in maybe a few hours plus a YouTube tutorial or two. Campaigns can last anywhere from 30 minutes to 100+ hours depending on the settings you input, and especially with multiplayer + coop the replayability is great.