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Just remember, all conditions that can be used to protect the tower or castle. If you want the siege, it is necessary to ensure adequate human, enough manpower to ensure your siege speed. A siege at least 40 people, In addition, you may also need it to use siege equipment, such as transmitters of class.
If you are surrounded, go do not hesitate to peers job. When you are ready to do, explain your plan and the reasons for doing so. Not only can you get a certain trust in the team, and you teach your teammates how to do this process is very important. Because when you are not, your companions can also be your way to command others.
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War has to be one of the most polished and refined RTS’s of all time. With a solid multiplayer component, really fun skirmish mode, classic RTS gameplay, and amazing production values, with brilliant sound and presentation, Dawn of War immediately became a favourite of all those who liked the RTS genre upon its release.
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War has to be one of the most polished and refined RTSís of all time. With a solid multiplayer component, really fun skirmish mode, classic RTS gameplay, and amazing production values, with brilliant sound and presentation, Dawn of War immediately became a favourite of all those who liked the RTS genre upon its release.
This is turn-based strategy, not RTS (real-time strategy). And for Android I just hope that Scott can get Warfare Inc open sourced so someone can develop for Android. That will make my day. Loved it on PalmOS and Windows Mobile.
I found that a majority of the posts here are not very helpful (what's the second post have anything to do with the topic at all?). Warhammer 40k is not available on Android, from what I have seen (though I do agree it is an awesome RTS). The only good RTS I have found is that from Gameloft called Starfront: Collision, which is only available on their site, and only for a select few devices (it is an older title that hasn't been updated). It is very similar to Starcraft/Starcraft II.
There are some other "RTS" type games that have a different feel to them, and don't have very detailed graphics or story lines such as Auralux, GalaxIR or Galcon. I wish we had more RTS games though. Warfare Inc. would be awesome, as Neograndizer mentioned. It has a C&C/Starcraft feel to it (though outdated PalmOS graphics for 480*320 resolution). It would still be much better than what we currently have available.
If you want to try some Turn Based Strategy games I'd go with the one hamstar_ suggested, Great Little War Game (and the sequal Great Big War Game). Both have amazing graphics, cool little story lines and lots of replay.
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Last edited by Vanquished; October 5th, 2012 at 07:53 PM.
At last, an RTS with intuitive touch controls that give you total control over your forces.
Hone your strategy with three different factions, each with unique tech trees and tactics.
Complete 20 missions and create your own battles thanks to Skirmish mode.
Discover the deep and engaging story of a war for resources, told throughout the solo campaign.
The first 4-player Local and Online multiplayer mode.
Connect to Gameloft LIVE! 2.0 and compete to rule the leaderboards.
The only thing I really hate about it, is that you have to buy it through Gameloft because it's not in Google Play. And that, for me... is a deal breaker.
Last edited by warmaster; October 12th, 2012 at 02:28 PM.