12 Nations, 848 units all of which are available in skirmish mode = One of the greatest RTS games of all time!
Jesse P, Amazon
2 February 2014
Summary: I bought European Escalation and really never got into it a couple of years ago. I wasn't expecting much when it came to ALB, I expected pretty much the same, wow, was I wrong. This game has depth in spades, with the amount of nations and units available, it's simply amazing.
Summary: This game is pretty in-depth with Cold War-era 80's weapon systems, with both NATO and Warsaw PACT nations very well represented. Meant more as a multiplayer online game. It's TOUGH, and I've been a wargamer for 17 years now (SSI back in the day)
A World War III Emporium of Fantastical Greatness!!!
29 September 2013
Summary: I consider myself a veteran of the real time strategy and tactics genre and saw previews of this game. I decided to spend the money on it after much self justification and homework on other games in the genre. Boy was that a smart decision! Wargame Airland Battle is incredible, in a word.
Summary: This is a "thinking-man's" game, so to speak. It's like the ultimate chess game. It is not a click-fast as some have described. Players have the options of using keyboard-shortcuts as well as mouse clicks to control unit actions. Players can select a range of units to control.
Summary: This is a fantastic game. It takes an entirely new spin on RTS games and it provides a very very very very very in depth strategy atmosphere. The game takes awhile to learn and I am still wondering if it could be mastered. You could play this game for years and learn something new each time.