Strategic Mind: The Pacific Screenshot 1
Strategic Mind: The Pacific Screenshot 2
Strategic Mind: The Pacific Screenshot 3
Strategic Mind: The Pacific Screenshot 4
Strategic Mind: The Pacific Screenshot 5

Strategic Mind: The Pacific

Strategic Mind: The Pacific is a turn-based strategy set in the WW2 period depicting the war between the USA and the Empire of Japan waged in the Pacific Ocean with mindblowing historical accuracy and attention to detail. It offers an immersive experience of commanding both sides of the conflict, allowing you to gain a unique understanding of the situation through the eyes of both sides top commanders, resulting in enjoyable and insightful gameplay. Build up, train and equip your troops with the newest weaponry available to maximize their efficiency and set sail for victory. The core element of the game is large scale naval battles with numerous carrier ships bringing so much more aircraft into the battle for seizing the control over the ocean. Upon overtaking the sea you will have to set foot on hostile land through a series of costly landing operations.
Promote for 50G

Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

It has warts, but overall I would give it a 6 or 7 out of 10. It is definitely worth a look on sale.
- The voice acting is SO BAD, that is it good for the laughs
- The equipment and level up system is innovative and well done
- The strategic portion between the scenarios is a very nice mechanic
- Primary/Secondary goals mechanic is well done
- The ship guns mechanic is fun and the Pacific theater is the perfect vehicle for this engine because:
-Ships are WAY overpowered. That goes for this entire series. In a break from history, Battleships are king here and its not even close
- Glitchy
- AI is ... interesting. Not completely boneheaded but it will brutally swarm a unit into oblivion without regard for the tactical cost. You WILL lose units as a result
- Too few land and air units

Review from Steam

This game has improved considerably since release a couple of years ago. It's a solid game now, and the devs are from Ukraine. Support those brave folks.