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Following the actual battles between Rommel’s Afrika Korps and British troops, DRvAK lets you play as either the Axis or Allied forces, each with more than 70 units to choose from. Before each mission, a default unit selection is presented. You can modify your units as much as you like, within your allocation. The easy-to-learn controls work similarly to most real-time strategy games. Although the detailed graphics scale well for large battles, we had some quibbles with the interface. The action buttons are too small (though they all have hot keys), and the font is difficult to read. Also, camera movement is limited, requiring one eye on the radar at all times. Despite these minor flaws and the too-short demo mission, we recommend DRvAK to any fans of tactical-strategy games.