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Posted on Sep 25, 2014 in Electronic Games

Free Downloads for ‘Russian Front’ from Hunted Cow

Free Downloads for ‘Russian Front’ from Hunted Cow

By Armchair General

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THE DRAWING IS NOW CLOSED, SEPT. 29, 2014

Hunted Cow offered Armchair General®’s readers five codes for a free download of their new game, Russian Front, developed jointly by Electric Rune and HexWar. The game features four historical operations: Barbarossa, Case Blue, Citadel and Bagration.

To be entered to win one of the codes, just leave a comment below before midnight September 28, 2014, telling which of those historical campaigns you most enjoy reading about or gaming.

Winners will be chosen at random.

52 Comments

  1. This would be cool. Count me in.

  2. operation Barbarossa is the best

  3. Operation Barbarossa is most interesting to me. It was initially an overwhelming success yet, due to Hitler’s interference and the mobilization of Soviet populace,led ultimately to the demise of the Third Reich.

  4. Barbarossa would be my first pick. I’d like to play as the Russians, see if I could survive the difficult 1941-42 period and make my way to Berlin!

  5. I like reading about the Eastern Front. Have dozens of books on the subject. I’d love a copy of this game.

  6. Case Blue, so ambitious yet destined to fail.

  7. I enjoy reading about Operation Citadel, especially after watching the German TV series Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter.

  8. Here’s my comment – I hope I win! Just the perfect cool thing to win for those nights in the hotel on the road.

  9. Stalingrad of course! Just the sheer amount of destruction to me is incredible, a whole major city destroyed once over, and over and over again. This coupled with the amazing fortitude of Russian soldiers when food was zero and failure was near make Stalingrad my Eastern Front battle of choice.

  10. Please enter me. I love wargaming!

  11. Case Blue – Where the turning point came

  12. I have always loved the sheer immensity of the effort of Operation Citadel.

  13. Barbarossa for me. A campaign like no other.

  14. Barbarossa!!!!

  15. Well, I am actually interested in Bagration, possibly the greatest catastrophe the German Army every suffered. More casualties than Stalingrad.

  16. Case Blue, because of the drive towards the Baku oil fields. Logistics and Supplies matter.

  17. Barbarossa! I think it offers a very interesting challenge for both sides. Germans have superior tactics but russians have numbers and pretty scary tanks although very poor morale.

  18. Operation Citadel, you have it all- the monster tanks, Manstein and a last chance to do anything on the Eastern Front for the German Army.

  19. Barbarossa: scale, speed, lethality.

  20. Citadel is best. Strategic defense, but tactical offense. Can you save the day? What’s not to like about that?

  21. Barbarossa. That’s my choice.

  22. This would be nice. Do you want to play a game?

  23. Barbarossa for me!

  24. Heck Yea! Love RTS….

  25. Yes yes, all the obvious earlier major campaigns certainly warrant consideration, but how about the lesser, and overlooked scenarios. The witches cauldron, Cherkassy pocket debacle, And Leningrad, especially the first 6 months, when the Germans had the chance to take the city. However, this could have turned into another Stalingrad, but a year earlier.

  26. The breath-taking scale and audacity of Barbarossa makes it my favourite campaign to both read about and recreate on the ‘gaming table’.

  27. Barbarossa would be really awesome! To do the entire campaign and see the units move would be an out of body experience for any avid eastern front enthusiast!

  28. Case Blue for me. Specifically the Battle of Stalingrad.

  29. Barbarossa all the way. The start of a truly epic scrap.

  30. Barbarossa for sure. It was the largest operation in history, and a fascinating one.

  31. Case blue, could it be done…..

  32. Citadel, tanks, tanks and more tanks

  33. Barbarossa! Biggest operation ever.

  34. Barbarossa for me too!

  35. Count me in. I have all of Hunted Cows games.

  36. Hands down, Barbarossa. I have read books on it since I was 8, and am now 55.

  37. East Front was the most interesting front.

  38. Looks like a fun game.

  39. Case Blue would be one of my favorite!

  40. I am probably to late to enter but I also would go with Barbarossa.

  41. Case Blue is one of my favorite

  42. Barbarossa because of its epic character and all possibilities are still open.

  43. Barbarossa because of its epic scale and because all possibilities are still open.

  44. Bagration – I love the desperation of the fighting during the late war…

  45. I like all of my hem but prefer Stallongrad.

  46. Barbarossa: I’d like to get to Moscow by Christmas.

  47. Pyotr Bagration provided the name for my favourite of these ops.

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