Abandonware DOS title


Harpoon is vehicle simulation game designed by Larry Bond, Don R. Gilman, developed by Three-Sixty Pacific and released by Three-Sixty Pacific in 1989. Harpoon runs on DOS. Harpoon is part of the Harpoon game series.
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Harpoon review

Computer Gaming World issue 70 (1990): "Harpoon is a simulation requiring careful analysis of platforms and their capabilities. While the novice may feel initially intimidated, a cohesive plan and ability to react to circumstances will yield appropriate dividends. In the larger scenarios, make sure to avoid micro-management. While a submarine evasion in the south may be better accomplished by a hands-on approach, the concentration thereon may blind the player to a larger air threat developing to the north. One must examine the threat potentials and be willing to cut one's losses in order to achieve strategic success."

Additional info about Harpoon

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: mouse
Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk
Abandonware DOS views: 8476
Series: Harpoon is part of the Harpoon series.


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