Fleet Tactical Command

Fleet Tactical Command was heralded as a landmark game for the QL. It was a real time naval simulator with good real-time graphics produced by DiRen and could be played over a network on both QLs and PCs.

QLs and PCs could be connected in various ways, using the QL Network, QLPC fileserver or Amadeus Interlink.

The game placed you in charge of a naval fleet in a playing area of 1000 x 1000 miles and you could move your fleet of 13 warships and 3 supply ships between two home ports and two neutral ports, whilst ensuring continued supplies of fuel and food for your home port - whilst seeking and engaging with the enemy, and coping with all that the weather could throw at you.

Di-Ren also produced a separate FTCII Data Print Utility to output previously saved Fleet Tactical Command data.

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Screenshot of Sinclair QL Fleet Tactical Command by Di-Ren
Title: Fleet Tactical Command
Language: Unknown
Author: Robin J A Barker and Andrew Hopkins
Publisher: DiRen
Year of Publication: 1993
Platforms Suitable for: All Sinclair QLs and Compatibles
Commercial Status: Commercial
Price as at August 1995: £79.95
Reviews: QL Today (Vol 17, Iss 4)
Sources Available from: Unknown
A demo version can be downloaded from: Sinclair QL Homepage - Fleet Tactical Command Demo
Latest Version available from: Unknown

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