127 Nine Mile Rd., Sandston, VA 23150
Owner(s): Mark Stueber


In a desperate attempt you have to break through the Allied lines, inflict heavy losses and capture as many towns as possible to prevent the Fall of the Third Reich.
TS 2068
Defend England in this hypothetical invasion during World War II. Effects of rail lines, weather, terrain and ports, Scrolling map, multiple attacks. Every invasion is totally different to which German divisions are used, where they land, and depending on whether how many reinforcements they get and to which port. Program uses 231 user defined graphics.
Downloadable TS 2068
395 AD: Command the resources of the Roman Empire in its struggle for survival against the eleven Barbarian tribal groups of the north. You battle with two empires of the East as they try to take advantage of your troubles. With the income of the Empire you must build and raise legions, and hire enemy
TS 2068
As the German player your devastated army must hold off the Allies and Russians on two different fronts, and hold Berlin as long as possible. Effects of rivers, forts, and mountains. Multiple attacks are used on both sides. A great game to learn what really happened to the Third Reich the last few months. A
TS 2068
TS 2068
You command the German invasion of Russia to take Moscow. As commander of the German forces you must launch a surprise invasion of Russia, capture and hold Moscow before the weather and the Red Army overwhelms you. Effects of terrain, weather and fuel supply. Eleven types of divisions and brigades. Available for the TS 1000
Downloadable TS 1000 TS 2068 QL
Word processor.
TS 2068


  • 2068 Word-Processor Software Evaluation (Part III)
    Mscript, Text Editor 2000, Word 1.5, Word-Most, Textman, T50WS84B reviewed.
  • Across the Pond
    QL issues and support. War in the East game, written by Mark Stueber, ported to QL. Robert Fingerle, of Tesseract Software Development, produces Concept 3-D, a CAD program for the QL. Fingerle was also responsible for Textwriter 1000 and Textwriter 2000. The latter supported full size printers and the 2068’s 64 column mode.
  • Fall of the Third Reich
    Review of the program by Mark Stueber.
  • For Your Sinclair
    Desktop publishing software from Lemke Software Development and Charles Stelding. Z88, Spectrum +3 announcement. Notes about Second Annual Midwest Timex Sinclair Computer Fest. PC8300, products from John Mathewson, Specterm 64, Larken disk interface, Sharp’s, more.
  • For Your Support
    Product announcements from Softaid, TEJ Computer Products, G. Russell Electronics, Integrated Data Systems, Sharp’s, Richard Booth, J. Keene, Pratt Programs, Robotron Industries, Knighted Computers, Ray Rash and Fred Nachbaur.
  • For Your Support
    Product announcement from Bill Bell, G. Russell Electronics, Dunbar Aitkens, I. B. A. Computer Users Network, Brice Road Pharmacy, Damco Enterprises, Sharp’s, C. W. Associates.
  • Letter from Sharp's
  • Miscellany
  • Multi-Tasking MS-DOS
  • New Products and Services (Syntax v5 n4)
    New products from Len Harmon, Bob Fingerle, International Software Database Corp, Andre Baune, John Kuhn, Sharp’s, RAM Products.
  • News From Other User Groups
  • Portable Disk Drive Available
  • Potpourri
  • Potpourri
  • Timex Tidbits
  • Timex Tidbits
  • Who's Selling What?


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