Microsoft® Close Combat™: A Bridge Too Far for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 by Atomic Games, Inc. and Microsoft Corporation is the sequel to Close Combat by the same developers. The game is based on a real-life mission during the Second World War called Operation Market Garden. The main objective of the game it to take control and maintain dominance over five bridges in strategic locations.
Players of Microsoft® Close Combat™: A Bridge Too Far for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 can choose to side with either the Allied Forces or the Axis Powers. The game is structured around a resource-allocation model and the player faces the huge challenge of outthinking the enemy and coming up with winning strategies. The game offers players with 130 infantry and vehicles modeled after World War 2 arsenal.
Microsoft® Close Combat™: A Bridge Too Far for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 is a game that offers realistic and dynamic battles. Players need to make the soldiers behave as effectively as real-life troops given a specific mission. The game employs psychological models for every soldier so that their behaviors approximate that of live human beings.
Microsoft Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far is a game that supports multiplayer operations. Players can take advantage of the Battlemaker mode, which allows players to design their own battlefield, in these scenarios.