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Rating: 3.71/5 - 27863 Plays
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Genre:Strategy, Turn based

A fun strategy game, that is easy to learn yet a challenge to play.



In-Game Tutorial.

By now you know what it's like to be a Zombie...



#9 jpankako 2016-03-28 07:17
Waisted a whole day playing this, so better explain why:

Despite its shortcomings, this is actually a really fun strategy game. If only the AI would be smarter, then this could fair well in comparisons to the best of the genre. The mechanics are well thought out: you start the game with a very fragmented map and work your way to create bigger, more easy to defend maps. Two connected hexes of same color create an area that has a base - indicated with a house on the map. The more hexes you have connected in the area, the more money you accrue to the base. Money is used to recruit units, which also have an upkeep cost. More powerful units have significantly higher running costs. All units, house included protect the hex they're in plus the adjacent hexes. In order to take a hex, it needs to be either unprotected or then you need to take it with a unit that has higher power rating than the protecting unit. If you join two areas, the base of the smaller area will disappear and its funds will be moved to the other base.
Bases are important especially in the early part of the game, because of the hex protection coverage they offer. Merging areas too soon is thus not potentially the best strategy. Watch out also for overinvesting: if your area can not support the units and you run out of cash, your units will resign.
The screen is pitifully small but fortunately scales with the browser, so magnifying makes this more playable.
The theme has been interestingly picked - farmers first conquering the land, then being killed by government agents, lawyers stepping in and demolishing the local monuments, and finally judges passing their verdict on every living soul... ...any non-federalists in the development team?

But as the Brexit vote is approaching, the theme is even more relevant and thought-provoking... ;D
+1 #8 Eleonora2 2012-07-04 19:36
Ok the graphics are small but the game is not that hard. You get to pick the side you want to play and choosing wisely (among highest tiles at the start and with some clustering) will get you a long way towards victory. Units and buildings all defend the tile they are on and all adjacent tiles you own. Units require some pay each turn buildings only initial building cost. More tiles means more income means getting units faster.

One drawback is that when you connect two of you patches of tiles you will lose one house and the gold that was stored there (each patch has its own income and expence for units). Not sure why this is. If you are not careful some of your tiles may be left undefended and give enemies an opening.

It's not spectacular but not that bad either so i'm gonna rate 3/5
-3 #7 fancykm 2012-07-03 06:27
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+1 #6 DarkStar 2012-07-01 19:21
Confused? No worries, so am I lol
I have no idea what is happening.
+1 #5 Ragnar 2012-05-10 09:36
To be fair I found the Dove Soap advert played before the start more interesting and there is nothing in the game that appeals or would make one want to continue 1/5
+1 #4 fergusferret 2012-03-05 18:20
unplayable and so small I cannot see half of what it is doing. the game can be binned as far as I am concerned.

1/5 for a very generous score
+1 #3 Figsak 2011-06-18 17:31
There's another game JUST like this. Not sure which is the ripoff clone.

In either case, they're both confusing and retarded.

2/5 stars
#2 DMs choice 2011-03-10 17:22
I don't understand it...
#1 pedro07 2011-03-10 16:46
it is dificult to understand , but its really cool

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