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Yes, you're seeing this correctly. A Humongous Mecha in a World War II Game.


Stupid Jetpack Hitler: The Game

A PC Real Time Strategy game released in 2007 by Hungarian developer Digital Reality. The story utilises a What If scenario where Hitler gets assassinated earlier than usual, somehow allowing technology to advance ahead of schedule, and giving the Allies, Germans and Russians some frankly insane weapons ranging from tanks with freeze rays to pre-modern era stealth bombers to that very Humongous Mecha that you see proudly displayed on the cover.

Alright, put your hands down, let's not jump to conclusions: this game is actually more like Generals than Red Alert in all honesty, and for the uncanny resemblance, it has most certainly been criticised for that. There is one unique feature, though! You can hop into any defensive turret and control it in first person mode! Or...you could just allow the auto-aiming to do it for you and not rape your pc's graphics card to death with the choppy framerate.

Despite the derivative nature of this game, this is most certainly one RTS game that Needs More Love. The problem, however, is that if you're planning to run it on Windows Vista or 7, you're going to need a patch. But fret not! The ever-reliable Internet has you covered!


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