Good and fun (mostly) The game itself is great, but cover mechanics really need to be fixed. What's the point of cover if the enemy can shoot you through stone walls? I don't remember this problem being in the demo at all, so I have no clue why it would be in the full version. The rest of the game is awesome though.
High Difficulty and Flawed Game Mechanics The game is ridiculously hard. I can't pass a single mission. As soon as a soldier dies you lose. Your soldiers die constantly. Enemies can shoot through buildings to kill you even when your also behind cover. It has potential but too many flaws in addition to difficulty make it a chore to play. I love turn based strategy but this game needs at least the ability to load save points to even be playable.
A good and realistic game! Beginners may find it difficult because enemies are almost as skillful as your soldiers. Once a man is down, you lose the game. Soldiers have to take good cover to protect themselves. Bullets can penetrate light covers such as a thin wall, so don't stay too close to the wall. However, it is not perfect yet: 1. The instructions in the tutorial mission is not sufficient to thoroughly familiarize new players of the interface. It took me a while to understand how it works. 2. The font is a bit too small. It's hard to read on my phone. 3. Check-points or "Save" should be given to allow the players to start-over more conveniently.
great game horrible skill placement. great game but the developers did a horrible job with allocation of skills. you're fighting enemies who shoot like SEALS while you are stuck with operators who shoot like a 5 year old trying to hit the broad side of a barn.
Awesomeeee This game is amazing
Nowhere as Good as it aims to be ARMA Tactics is a rather mediocre tactical puzzler that lacks variety and movement options, has dumb AI, odd pathfinding glitches, dubious Line-of-Sight and cover, map clutter that obfuscates positions, and a slew of smaller problems. Not what I'd have expected from Bohemia, even its cheapness doesn't save it: a proper game at a proper price is always better than something that's haphazardly thrown together in order to try and cash in on the TBS horse the new XCOM got rolling. This isn't anywhere near as good as that, and I'm thinking I'd rather play golden oldies on an emulator than recommend this to anyone. =/
- rebuild of the project with Unity 3D v5.3.6
- update for savegame system local/cloud
- gameplay tweaks
- several fixes