In this game, you are fighting a small-scale war with the computer. You have 72,000 troops which you first must distribute among your Army, Navy, and Air Force. You may distribute them in any way you choose as long as you don't use more than 72,000.
You then attack your opponent (the computer) and input which service and number of men you wish to use. The computer then tells you the outcome of the battle, gives you the current statistics and allows you to determine your next move.
After the second battle, it is decided from the total statistics whether you win or lose or if a treay is signed.
This program was created by Bob Dores of Milton, Massachusetts.
The game is published as type-in source code in Basic Computer Games (Microcomputer Edition), ed. David H. Ahl with Steve North, Workman Publishing, New York, 1978 (ISBN 0-89480-052-3).
The BASIC source code listing is published in Microsoft BASIC 3.0; suggestions for conversion to a wide range of other BASIC implementations are provided.