Commandos 2+3 (2003)

About This Game

Two great tactical action strategy games, where you take control of an elite group in Commandos who must venture deep into enemy territory to complete a series of mission based objectives.

Prepare to take the Commandos on their deadliest mission yet as you infiltrate deep behind enemy lines across three extensive campaigns. From the frozen ruins of Stalingrad through to the forests of central Europe and onto the beaches of Normandy, your men must use their skills to confound the enemy.


The player is in control of a group of Commandos to use to complete missions. Each of the six Commandos, down from eight in the previous game, offers a specific expertise: diver, Green Beret, sapper, sniper, spy, and thief.

The game contains very similar gameplay to the previous games, with the similar ‘point and click’ approach. However, it has fewer hotkeys compared to the previous installment, and the user has to press buttons at the bottom of the screen on the action bar.

The player is able to see all enemies on the map, follow their movements, and make attacks depending on their behavior. There are a few differences, such as the addition of an assault rifle, a weapon less powerful than a rifle.

  • Tactical gameplay that is both extremely challenging and extremely captivating
  • A fine depiction of covert operations and small group tactics
  • A broad range of missions based upon both actual history and popular World War II movies

Game Details

Genre Strategy – Real-time – Tactical
Works on Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 10)
Languages Audio and text: English
Released October 14, 2003
Size 2.7 GB
Company Pyro Studios / Kalypso Media Digital

System Requirements

Minimum system requirements – Windows:

Windows XP / Vista / 7, 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended), 256MB RAM (512 recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), Mouse, Keyboard.


Commandos 2+3 (2003)

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