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Keep your soldiers close, keep your enemies closer.

The Close Combat series has arrived, DRM-free and up to 65% off on GOG.com.
Bridge Too Far, The Russian Front, and The Battle of the Bulge, three legendary top-down RTS classics chronicling the gruesome battles of WWII are finally back, exclusively on GOG.com. Known for their snappy AI, realistic sound design and well-researched scenarios, Close Combat games let you side with either the Germans or the Allies as you pull off smart tactical maneuvers and desperate acts of heroism.

Additionally, two of the recent entries in the series, Gateway to Caen and Panthers in the Fog, bring a modern touch to your real-time WWII battles. Relive or change history as you experience the British assault on the aftermath of the Normandy landings and the ruthlessness of the desperate German counterattack at Mortain.

The discounts last until February 13, 2PM UTC.
A nice surprise :-)
Nice release :)
Bliss :D
Never heard of those games before! Great you're increasing your catalogue once again!
Great !

So much memories !

I hope that missing titles will be added !

Regards
Great releases (I guess) - but where are manuals, GOG ?
high rated
No A Bib a Toot? A shame.
https://i.imgur.com/s1Z7V6k.jpg
Great!
I know next to nothing about the series, so I'm asking here hoping somebody knows. Is the first in the series missing? Apparently they even remade 2+3+4+5, but the first was again ignored. What's up with that?
Awesome. I only ever had a Bridge too Far, but heck if I didn't spend many hours in it.
Great games. I can't buy them now but on my wishlist.
Why not Invasion Normandy, #5? It had the turn based strat map on top of the real time battles.

I'd ask about #1, if only for posterity's sake, but it's really showing its age
Thanks Slitherine!

Bring SP:WAW next, pretty pretty please.
No idea what this series is but it looks interesting.