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Developer(s) Fury Software
status Status Missing
Release date 2008
Genre Turn-based strategy
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
(by hotseat, PBEM or network)
Age rating(s)
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Arcade system Arcade System Missing
Media Download
Input Keyboard, mouse
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Strategic Command WWII Pacific Theater is a grand strategy computer game developed by Fury Software, and published by in 2008. The third game in the Strategic Command series, Pacific Theater is a turn-based strategy set in World War II, focusing – for the first time in the series – on Asia and the titular Pacific Theater. The player controls all of either Axis or Allied states.[1]


Like the previous installment, Blitzkrieg, Pacific Theater is a turn-based strategy taking place on a map divided into squares (or "tiles"). It is the first game in the series not focusing on the European Theater of World War II, but rather taking place in the titular Pacific Theater.[1]

The main campaign lasts from attack on Pearl Harbor until 1947, and takes place on a map stretching from Novosibirsk and Bangalore in the west to California in the east, and from Bering Strait in the North to the southern coast of New Zealand in the south.[1] The game also features eight "mini-campaigns", played on smaller maps, namely Battle of Midway, Kododa Trail, Philippines Campaign, Battles on Imphal and Kohima, Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Iwo Jima and Battle of Okinawa.[1]

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