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1914 Shells of Fury

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1914 Shells of Fury
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Rondomedia, h2f Informationssysteme
Strategy First
Commercial
Submarine Simulation
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Ratings
1914 Shells of Fury
Technical Information
Proprietary
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
August 142007
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1914 Shells of Fury is a submarine simulation set during The Great War. The game centers around commanding Kaiserliche Marine U-boats from the beginning of the War in 1914 to its end. It was developed by h2f Informationssysteme and Rondomedia and published by Strategy First in 2007.

Reception[edit | edit source]

The review aggregator website Gamerankings gives the game a score of 46% out of 100%, basing its ranking on three other articles found about the game[1].

Game Chronicles Magazine released a review of the game, calling the gameplay missions "mostly forgettable", adding, "you can only play as the Germans, and the game does not offer multiplayer. The developers get credit for a robust mission editor that allows you to choose the location, weather conditions, and size of convoy you want to fight. However, I can still only recommend this game to the most hardcore naval sim fans who value authenticity over gameplay"[2].

The Washington Post review similarly was critical of the game, stating, "If you are a hard-core submarine simulation fan, you might give Shells of Fury a fighting chance, but other gamers will probably want to look elsewhere."[3]

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