Pacific Campaign

Master regions to push the enemy to the defensive. Try not to lose the captured territory.  The nature of this war means that you will have to fight not only on land but also at sea. Fight through the encounters that took place between 1941 and 1945 at the Pacific Ocean. 


Two levels of command

You will act once as a strategic Theater Commander and once as a tactical Battle Commander. As a strategic Theater Commander, from your spacious war room, you will send orders throughout the entire theatre of operations. As a tactical Battle Commander, you will try to win the battles, commanding from a cramped cabin of your flagship.

New information tools

To have a clear picture of the situation you need to keep supporting tools up to date. These will be the maps, but also your radar plot and a mission board. The radar plot is going to inform you about the situation in your closest vicinity, while the mission board is going to remind you of the current tasks conducted by your fleet. 


Chief of Staff

On both levels, you will have a Chief of Staff to assist you. Chief of Staff will ensure situational awareness, but will not replace you in the commander role. All of your direct orders will go through him and he will be responsible for informing you about the outcome of your actions. 

New types of battles

You will have to face the enemy at sea or on land. In the naval battle, you will be in charge of aircraft carriers and aviation. You will have scouting, bomber, torpedo, and fighter squadrons under your command. On your road to victory, you have to land on atolls and islands. The enemy will not be waiting for you with flowers. He is a tough competitor. If you see a dream landing spot, so does the enemy. But sometimes there is no way out.


Historical challenges

You will be faced with the necessity to make decisions in historical episodes. You will feel the uncertainty similar to that felt by the commanders of both sides of the conflict in these situations. Calculate the risk. Make your choice, Give the order. Cross your fingers so that a stray bomber does not ruin the whole plan. The game is not linear 

Voices provided by real soldiers

We have taken great care to make You feel like a real commander in the game. That is why the radio voices you will hear will be those of soldiers and officers from many countries worldwide. These people have often gone through the fire of battles in various theatres of war in recent years. Please appreciate their efforts!

There is no only way you can do this

Don't give up despite stress, fatigue, boredom and anger. A commander's job is not automatically move pawns. It's using your head, a map and a radio!

Historical Events Quotations

Especially for this game, we found several dozen quotes and statements made during the Pacific campaign. Some are better known, others you may not find out until now. How many will you be able to find?


Try your skills in the most realistic commander simulator. As every commander, You will have your mind, map and radio at your disposal. Are you ready to become one? Radio Commander: Pacific Campagne will take you to the theatre of operations in the Pacific during World War II. You will face similar dilemmas as the famous commanders of that campaign: Nimitz, MacArthur, Patch, Smith, Puller and others. Analyze the situation, build a picture of the situation based on information provided in radio reports, make decisions, and turn your will into orders sent to the battlefield. Send ships, air, and ground units wherever the path leads to victory.