Multiplayer mode! New nuclear superpower nations! And new superweapons! The iconic nuclear war game keeps expanding with new content.Millions of commanders already played First Strike all over the world. Now it is back and ready for the new decade. The new First Strike has been completely rebuilt and now is more stable, more beautiful and more with more cunning enemies than ever. And this is just the start for tons of new updates to come.
Play the iconic strategy game about blowing up the world in the nuclear armageddon and stay tuned for more, commanders!
Escalation is a downward spiral.
A nuclear armageddon is no one’s dream scenario. So choose your steps carefully, it’s a small path between war and peace. FIRST STRIKE is a great strategy simulation featuring snappy gameplay and an intuitive interface that makes dropping the big one as easy as ABC. But be sure to take the right measures to guarantee your people’s safety.
Pick one of the big nuclear players – from known Superpowers to an upstart hellraiser like North Korea – and plan your strategy wisely: Limited but clever options let you as the leader of your superpower steer your nation’s fate: Expand to other countries, build bombs or debuild in order to restructure your arsenal. Or use research to widen your options, such as: Ability to act quicker and build bigger bombs, better recon on your enemies actions, automated self-defense-sequences and many more.
Whether you’re a bloodthirsty warmonger or a tree-hugging hippie – it’s time to put your cards on the table. A quick and fun game with beautiful graphics, FIRST STRIKE shows you how little it takes to heat things up. With the tip of your finger you can control the destiny of the precious and vulnerable rock floating through space, the rock we call mothership Earth.
Aug 28, 2023
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This game would be perfect with a few minor changes. I know the developers were concerned with profitability, so the monetization was somewhat understandable. However, I would like to be able to play as any country for free again (particularly the USA). You should also consider adding a simple naval vessel mechanic in which players would be able to build ports and subsequently submarines and/or destroyers, and you should really fix the excessively sensitive hit box of the cities.
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February 24, 2024
Fifty-thousand players used to nuke here. Now it's a ghost town. But seriously, this game used to be good but really fell off with how hard they tried to monetized. It's truly sad. We get it, you need your "long-term money", but if you're this desperate, you're either lying or you're delaying the inevitable, which might be both, at this point. Now you've made the classic version $13.99 whilst essentially abandoning it, choosing not to fix the bugs seen on newer devices. I used to love this.
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October 11, 2023
Game has turned into a paywall. You used to complete in-game challenges for more superweapons and countries. Now, you have to buy those exact same things. They've added more content, but you can't use it without paying. I'm disappointed in this, the game was so much fun to play. I'd rather they start introducing adds then lock off so much content behind paywalls. Even the global strike trident and the U.S. requires payment, which used to be first things you played with. I'll miss this game 😞
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Service Update - stability improvements - bugfixes - minor changes