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Retaliation: Enemy Mine
 
 
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Release date: 2015
War never changes…but wargames do!



Retaliation: Enemy Mine is a turn-based strategy wargame designed to offer challenging tactical and strategic reasoning in a fast-and-easy format. The game is easy to learn, but hard to master.

To win the game, you must gather resources, build an army, and outsmart your enemy(-ies)...and a little luck every now-and-then doesn’t hurt either. The game is played on a hexagonal board and features three types of units, each with their own specific attributes and bonuses: infantry, armour, and artillery. These units are then further affected by the varying terrain on the board itself. The game offers a total of 21 terrain types, a mix of which is randomly generated on the board, though there are some pre-set epic maps. Mountains, forests, rivers, roads... all these determine the ease or struggle of movement and combat. Different strategies will emerge with unique terrain layouts, giving each multiplayer game a fresh feel for endless strategy.



Retaliation: EM is a game of trade-offs, players must learn to balance between seizing opportunities and defending against threats: Do I raid the enemy’s supply lines and leave my base vulnerable? Do I advance my soldiers or hide in hopes of an ambush opportunity? Do I engage in small skirmishes or launch a single assault with a huge army?! Constantly faced with game-changing decisions...



Two key balances to the game are Army Composition and Map Control. The three types of units each have their own strengths & weaknesses so the players must take into account what the enemy has when making their own reinforcements and positioning their army on the board. On the map, there are ‘rich’ terrains that generate the most resources; these also tend to be the most vulnerable and may even not be optimal for one’s strategy. You must decide when to let the enemy hold onto those resources or when to fight over them!

If you like turn-based strategy games…or if you’ve been wronged recently…you will love Retaliation!



For a full list of features check out www.enemy-mine.com
  • AI with a PhD in rocket science
  • Gazillion random maps for endless fun
  • 21 different terrains to influence your tactical decisions
  • Wide variety of game modes
  • On-/off line multiplayer with other players and AIs
  • Ability to forge and break alliances
  • Fog-of-War setting if you can handle the suspense!



In the good old days, you could find yourself a CD filled with game demos with your cereal. We can’t offer you any cereal, but we can give you a demo!

http://www.forgottenempires.net/retaliation-enemy-mine/demo



The game is being produced by XTeam Software Solutions - an Italian Game Development Company that has been in the industry for over 15 years. The creators are avid strategy and board-game players.
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Feb 13, 2015 @ 1:17am
demo
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Feb 9, 2015 @ 11:49am
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Deathson  [author] Jun 30, 2015 @ 12:34pm 
@RP: far from it. We are currently smoothing out the last issues in the online multiplayer code. We are going to have total crossplatform compatibility (you'll be able to play online android vs windows, iOS vs linux vs mac... any combination) and that - as you can imagine - was not trivial to implement. Stay tuned for next announcements.
RP Jun 29, 2015 @ 12:34pm 
So is this game dead?
roland.siegl Jun 1, 2015 @ 11:22am 
super
Leafy Apr 17, 2015 @ 12:47pm 
Looks like a TBS with simple core mechanics but a bunch of implied tactical depth. My favorite
Tsardean Apr 13, 2015 @ 4:42pm 
Awesome! I'll make sure to tell people to check this out. btw, I'm a really big age 2 fan, and Forgotten Empires was amazing (I don't have HD yet, just the original game so far), if this is as good as that was, then this is gonna be awesome.
Cysion  [author] Apr 13, 2015 @ 10:14am 
@generaldean2142: Linux support is included! :)
Tsardean Apr 11, 2015 @ 8:36pm 
If you want my vote and support, than hurry and Penguin (linux) up.
littlecloudgames Mar 24, 2015 @ 4:16pm 
Great look & feel!
ddiablo67 Mar 22, 2015 @ 6:57pm 
WAR!! I'm in!
george_friesel Mar 1, 2015 @ 6:30pm 
not my thing, but i might try it.