This wargame allows you to play either side against the computer, or hotseat against another player. There is a map of the Gettysburg battlefield divided into hexagons, each representing about 500 yards across. The combat units are brigades, with each figure representing 100 men or 10 guns.
Victory is achieved by the capture of flagged areas on the map (the flag indicates ownership) and also inflicting more losses.
The game can be played with fog of war on or off, and options can be set for when the tardy Confederate cavalry commander, General Stuart, shows up (although this will also affect his Union cavalry counterparts).
Game copyright Dave Kershaw, DK Simulations Ltd 2012.
Artwork by Gonzalo Santacruz
This is the FULL version with eight scenarios:
1. Italian invasion 1940.
2. Rommel arrives 1941 and storms across the desert, but cannot take Tobruk.
3. Operation Crusader - Rommel is defeated and Tobruk relieved.
4. Gazala - Rommel's masterpiece.
5. Mersa Matruh - The pursuit of the 8th Army into Egypt.
6. First Alamein - Auchinlek halts Rommel.
7. Alam Halfa - A desperate last throw of the dice.
8. Second Alamein - Montgomery annihilates Rommel.
All games can be played 2 player or as either side against the computer/phone/tablet.
The Player moves the Axis forces against a simulated Soviet enemy. As time passes the Axis forces gradually weaken, while the Soviet counter-attacks gather pace.
Each year is split into 3 turns. 3 difficulty options.
Take either the French or Allied side against another player, or else against the computer.
You control infantry, cavalry and artillery, changing formation into lines, columns and squares as you try to beat your opponent and win the battle of Quatre Bras.
This is the full version where you can:
Play for the full 8 turns.
Play against the computer, as either side.
Explore the options not taken in the battle:
* Activate the French Guard light cavalry division
* Start the battle earlier
* Get D'Erlon's corps
Since that battle, people have often questioned "Why can't I wargame Waterloo on a mobile device?" Well, now you can - as long as you have an Android device.
Napoleonics: Waterloo recreates the battle of Waterloo at the same scale as the already released Napoleonics: Quatre Bras.
The map is the Waterloo battlefield divided into regions, each of which is about 500m across. The map will be familiar to those who have played the boardgames Napoleon's Triumph, or Bonaparte at Marengo - units can be positioned in the centre, or deployed facing an adjacent region.
Each unit represents a brigade. There are 3 types of units, Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery. Cavalry are further subdivided by type (Cuirassiers, Lancers, Hussars, etc.), as are artillery (Field or Horse). Infantry move 2, cavalry move 3. Field artillery can either move 1 or fire (range of 3 - with chance of hitting affected by line of sight, range, terrain, target formation). Horse artillery fires (range 2) or moves 2, or moves 1 and fires, but only range 1.
Units are deployed as column, line or square, each of which has their own advantages or disadvantages. In addition, you cannot move all your forces at once, but must activate them as the game progresses.
The game can be played as 2 player hotseat, or else as either side against the computer AI. Victory is determined by capture of objectives and also strength and unit losses. Several variations allow you to tailor a game to your interests:
Fog of war - can be on or off.
Limit rallies - units cannot regain their full strength once they have been injured.
Change number of activations per turn - independently for either side.
Change when the Prussians arrive - have them arriving historically, early, late, never(!), or randomise when they arrive.
Hal reinforcements: Wellington had reserves within marching distance at the town of Hal. He never called on them, but could have done.
Voila, ici Grouchy! French Marshall Grouchy fought his own battle against some of the Prussian army at Ligny on the same day as Waterloo. He had the option to march to Waterloo instead and this option adds his entire wing arriving as reinforcements.
The game can be saved at any point and last actions can be undone using the back button (this can also be disabled, if playing hotseat). At the end of the game, you have the option to either continue playing (night never falls!) or else review the battlefield at your leisure.
NB - large screen phone/tablet better
A game for wargamers simulating the Korean war in the 1950s.
2 players, or one can play either side solo against computer opponent.
This is the FULL version which covers the war from the initial North Korean invasion of South Korea, through the UN response to the Chinese intervention - and beyond.
In the full version the whole impact of the Chinese intervention can be explored.
The full version also has AI where you can play either side against a computer opponent.
The game has the following features:
Large map of Korea: 500 hexes and 60 combat units.
Accurate order of battle at division level, with some brigades included for the UN.
Air missions: Combat, supply and reccie.
Reinforcements, replacements and rebuilding.
Full instructions with game mechanics.
Optimised for phones AND tablets running 2.1 or higher.
Special rule - mine field:
On the map you can see special filed - mines. There are following rules for units located on the mine field:
- unit moves slower,
- fight ability is decreased (either attack and defence)
- unit doesn't loose health points
- you cannot neutralize mines
See also other games from World War II Battles series:
- Battle of the Bulge
- Battle of Crete
- Battle of Stalingrad
Battle it out in REAL TIME ACTION!
Shoot, dogde, attack, and flank the enemy planes!
Invite your friends to the WAR!
Recommended requirements: 600Mhz and dedicated GPU (Droid) or 1Ghz (Incredible, N1)
Account and Device Id permissions used for Google's In-app Purchase API
Tags: online, multiplayer, battle, arena, air, flight, combat, attack, strategy, war, game, planes, RTS, 1942, DOTA, sky, flying, dogfighting, dogfight, fun, shooter, MOBA, starcraft custom maps, pvp, warcraft map, pearl harbor, world war 1, WWI, WW1, WWII, WW2
Designed with security and efficiency in mind:
- Supports Google 2-step authentication
- Does not store any username or password information
- Efficient design for low memory and battery usage
Simple, easy, and best of all: Quick!
- 5 unique level types
- Cute lovable characters and sound effects
- Challenge your friends with new Scoreloop integration
- Play as a fox and "savor" dem bunnies! haha :O
built on the awesome libgdx framework!
“If only I played this a year ago” -Nuclear physicist Dr. Sen T. Rifuge
Centrifuge is OpenFeint enabled which allows you to compete with your friends/frenemies!
Be on the lookout for more fun as this game gets updates frequently!
With this app you can amaze(or annoy) your friends!
-choose your locale
-pitch and speed control
-email to a friend
Save and load quickly in app
Want to use the built in Spanish pronunciations? No problemo!
Want to make your android sound like a ... well an android? I WILL OBEY