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Chaos War
Author: Sne Submitted: 7th August, 2005 Favourites:0
Genre: Turn-based Strategy Downloads: 175

Edited By RomanX on 12/21/2007

Edited By RomanX on 8/8/2005

Edited By RomanX on 8/8/2005

Chaos War is a turn-based strategy with arcade gameplay elements for 1 or 2 players. As commander of an future empire (year 2084) you can engage war (but it will decrease opinion in other countries and income from international trade) or play economically- build new cities and military bases and upgrading old ones, preventing enemy from destroying it by opponent.

Every unit is controlled individually, that is you can steer every rocket or submarine like in arcade shooters, but when making structures and managing funds game looks similar to other turn-based strategy games.

The game is inspired by "War Games" movie and Cold War (NATO is Ultimate Global Pact and Soviet Union is Asiatic Union).

It's pretty complicated, but I hope that attached readme and picture will help in understanding game rules. If you won't read instruction you should still be able to play ChaosWar after looking on this picture.

One thing more: game supports custom campaigns, but there are none of these. Details about this in readme file.

I hope you'll like it

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Posted by The Chris Street 7th August, 2005

Could you give a slightly more detailed description of the game please, before we accept this?
Posted by Sne 8th August, 2005

Is it enough? I don't exactly know what to add more :)
Posted by The Chris Street 8th August, 2005

Thats fine :)
Posted by Aptennap 8th August, 2005

Posted by Coolsoft Games 8th August, 2005

Really nice looking anyway.
Posted by Kerry Mavy 11th August, 2005

looks like wargames X)
Posted by Fragasnap 14th August, 2005

Complicated's a good thing ;)
Posted by Rick (AntiMatter Entertainment) 17th August, 2005

I'm intrigued by the sheer scale this appears to have. I'll download it and give it a go.
Posted by SpoonOfGlory 24th August, 2007

looks a bit like defcon.




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