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You find yourself on board a landing craft. The date is Tuesday June 6. 1944 and you are heading for the Normandy coast.
This is the trailer for my next release D-Day.
It’s not a complete adventure, but you should get a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Can you survive? Thousands could not.


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Category: Demo/Incomplete adventure 
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  Fri 24th Sep 2010
By Po. Prune - See all my reviews

I received this e-mail regarding D-Day, and thought I’d share it.



Hi Finn...
Finished D-Day just now. I realize this short version was just a "teaser" for a larger, more inclusive game. The graphics and sound were outstanding and I bet for anyone who was there very realistic. No, the puzzles aren’t too hard, the solutions are logical - one just needs to keep his thinking cap on. A longer version of D-Day would be a great game and I would be very keen to play it. Thanks for sending and I’ll look forward to playing the full article.
Cheers,
Ron

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