In the 8th and last Engagement Scenario, an underpowered and outmatched Allied fleet attempts to halt the Japanese expansion into Timor and the Java Sea. Historically, the surface action was a route with the Japanese emerging virtually unscathed with the Allied fleet a ruin. But could it have gone a different way?

It most certainly could have.

Whoever lands the most hits wins the scenario, and despite being outgunned, the Dutch, British and American ships looked to close the distance to maximize their already diminished firepower. And as the casualties mounted, the Allies stuck to it and grappled with the Imperial Japanese Navy.