Conflicts: Panzer Missions is a turn based strategy game which takes place on the eastern front during the Second World War. You are in command of a squadron of German WWII units - tanks, infantry and artillery units - and the object of the game is to finish missions as quickly as possible.
+ Quick-to-play missions, which evolve from easy to hard as your career progresses. First assigments take just a handful of turns/minutes to finish.
+ Simple resource management with supply depots: Transport ammo to artillery and fuel to SS, motorized, and tank units to keep the spearhead of your attack going.
+ Hall of Fame - See how you compare to other commanders.
+ Variation: Each time you start a mission the setup - from units to objectives - is a little bit different. Similarly the strategy and tactics used by the Red Army vary according to the flow of the game.
+ Many settings to alter the look of the gaming experience: AI movement, vibration, minimap, custom font and map size.
+ Automatically saves current game.
+ A large range of units under your command: tanks (PzIV and later PzV Panther), infantry, mobilised infantry, weak Axis infantry, SS troops, and artillery. Meanwhile, the Red Army starts with weaker infantry, cavalry and BT-tank units, but in later missions is reinforced with stronger T-34 tank units and motorized infantry.
In order to be a victorious general, you must learn to coordinate your attacks in two ways. First, as adjacent units give support to an attacking unit, keep your units in groups in order to gain local superiority. Secondly, it is rarely a good idea to use brute force when it is possible to encircle the enemy and cut off its supply lines instead.
To get a sense of how Conflicts: Panzer Missions works, try out Conflicts: Operation Barbarossa LITE -- http://goo.gl/vLuaP -- which uses the same mechanics as Conflicts: Panzer Missions.
Tip: If you choose to answer the call of duty, remember to also join the Conflict-series on Facebook! It serves as a forum, containing tips, tricks and announcements, plus a chance to ask questions or give feedback.