Back Wars

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3.7
34.9K reviews
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Mature 17+
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About this game

When an army travels back in time to rule the world 1,000 years in advance, they get more than they bargained for from their primitive counterparts! Lead the resistance with hundreds of warriors from different cultures all over the world. Focus on one individual or step back to command an entire army at your fingertips. Combining world-dominating strategy with fully interactive battles, this game offers the best of both worlds! And just when you think it's over, history might just repeat itself...

UPGRADES
The game is mostly free to play, but you can upgrade to take control of your experience - choosing which side and how much territory to start with. You can also blow off steam with fantasy battles between any 2 cultures - and as many warriors as your device can handle! For what it's worth, you can also edit every character in the world - but please note that this game uses up to 1,000 of them that are regularly replaced.

CONTROLS
When controlling a specific character, this game offers either the "Classic" 1-handed control system or "Dual Wield" where each hand is controlled separately. If you are not already familiar with these from previous games in the series, you can pause the action at any time by hitting the dateline and then study the "Controls" guide. Also look out for in-game hints from scrolls or books that you can read.

In this game, you can change which member of the team you are controlling at any time by either tapping the health meter or literally pointing to them on the battlefield. By tapping the arrows at the bottom of the screen, you can also activate "Commander" mode where you step back and direct any active member of your team by simply swiping from their location to another. Whether you intend them to relocate, fight an enemy, or pick up an object, they will try to make sense of your instructions. But please bear in mind that they can only do so at their convenience and may have other priorities!

Whatever device or control method you are using, you can always zoom in or out by pinching at the centre of the screen.

MAP
The main "Campaign" game mode requires you to increase your territory by moving units from one area to any connected one. You can either "fortify" an existing territory or attempt to seize a rival territory. Note that only 50% of the units in a territory will be available to travel - which necessarily makes it harder to invade than it is to defend.

The population of any inhabited territory may grow after each round, so it is important to control as many as possible. Notice that units will also gradually heal over time, so it is a good idea to work with different locations each turn.

PERFORMANCE
Please note that this is the largest scale game I have made yet, and may require a high-end device to run at 100%. Consider keeping the "Population" low to reduce the number of characters on screen, or tone down other features in the "Display" options.

I regret there is more to this game than I could ever explain here, so I hope you enjoy figuring some things out for yourself!
Updated on
Apr 14, 2021

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3.7
34.9K reviews
Abu Hassan
March 10, 2021
In the middle of a battle, someone will pop off with some useless information forcing me to zoom in on them and lose control. It doesnt even pause the game, letting enemies get the upper hand all because your team won't shut up. After the match, you should be looking for weapons and bones. Instead, you sit around shaking hands and hugging the entire time. It's infuriating. The animals are completely random and will seemingly target you no matter what. As for it being hard, it's not that hard
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A Google user
October 24, 2019
Really fun great game. Great concept and fighting system. The problem is the difficulty and somewhat wonky game mechanics. Firstly, the enemies from the present take WAAAY too much damage and it's completely unfair because not only do they usually out number u, they also have better weapons and do more damage and have perfect accuracy. There needs to be some sort of aim assist in this game. Trying to shoot or attack AI requires u to be on the EXACT same elevation as them. Team AI are also dumb.
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A Google user
October 2, 2018
This would be okay, if the AI wasn't abismal and the game didn't keep dragging on. The enemies and your teammates use the same tactics that were necessary to survive in Mdickie's past games. What this leads to is the Present and Future having an outrageous advantage over the Past, the team you're forced to side with. The only real way to overpower them is to take the overpowered weapons and cheat before they do. The future suddenly appearing after the entire Present , zombies were a bit shallow and seemed like a simple reuse of assets, not to mention you have to destroy their brains in order to kill, which practically requires a spear or laser gun. The ending of campaign is worthless, it's literally just text saying "The Past celebrates World Peace!". Clicking on a country will show your units celebrating. That's it. That's the whole reward. All that's left after that is Battle. A mode that's most certainly not worth any amount of money. If you're bored, this is an ok time-killer and it has a charm to it, but I would strongly advise against giving MDickie any money for another unfinished and poorly programmed wrestling engine game.
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What's new

- Wider display for enhanced compatibility with modern phones in either landscape orientation, whilst still retaining support for older 32-bit devices.
- Faster frame rate recommended by default (130%).