Turning Point: Fall of Liberty

These Nazis aren't in New York for the Broadway plays

At first, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty might look like yet another WWII game to add to the overcrowded pile, but this time the shoe is on the other foot. America is the one on the receiving end of D-Day, with the Nazis invading New York. And the reason for this twist is that instead of living to make his famous speech about fighting them on the beaches, Britain%26rsquo;s Prime Minister Winston Churchill was run over by a taxi%26hellip; really?

To stop his homeland going the same way under the wheels of the Wehrmacht war machine, our hero - an ordinary man called Danny - must steal a gun from a paratrooper andthen link up with the US resistance.

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