I am trying to remember the name of an old PC game, probably shareware, etc., and for the life of me I cannot.
It was a game I remember playing in the late 1990's on a PC at work with folks while on our lunch break.
It was simple - for each level, the computer would generate a ground surface and the player(s) would have bases on the ground. You would launch bombs at the others trying to take them out. There was a wind component, and different types of bombs available (atom bombs, cluster-type, ones called "rollers" that could roll down a hill, etc. All you were trying to do was take out the other base(s). I think all you could adjust was the power of the shot and the angle.
Can anyone help here?
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