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It has been spotted. The first, the very first, expansion to World War 2 tactical wargame Conflict of Heroes: Awakening the Bear which was rumored to arrive by late May has now been released.
Get ready for the charge. NorbSoftDev wants everyone in high spirits for the upcoming release of the new epansion for the prestigious Scourge of War series of grand tactical wargames titled Brandy Station.
We're in June. The scale of what is about to be undertaken is unprecedented, and yet you are undoubtedly familiar with it. This time, in Slitherine/Matrix Games and Phobetor's just-revealed Germany at War: Barbarossa 1941, your intervention really matters.
You should have seen this coming. Some forms of intelligent life are just never happy and forget that being careful about what they wish for is often prudent, so quit whining and man-up because, just like you wanted, Vengeance of the Machine, the 5th expansion for AI War: Fleet Command, is at hand.
Nothing shall be the same. The ambition remains, of course - that of conquering all and under your command so keeping it - and Gabbergames' "War, the Game", an impressive one-man effort, posits anew that war... war never changes, only, you can make a difference.
Earth is out of juice. Still, humanity must be fueled, and you're just the one to make sure your corporation comes out on top in the struggle for dominance of the place where such crucial resources remain plentiful. Such is the world of HeroicFantasyGames.com's Battle of the Sands.
It's no longer a secret. The scouts we've fielded confirm that Cyanide Studio has been prepping an infamous return to the pitch for a year now and fully intend to follow up on the heady cocktail of turn-based strategy that was their first adaptation of Games Workshop's boardgame with a bludgeoning Blood Bowl 2!
Your prosperity may be in sight. If you can adroitly manoeuver treacherous waters and if you prove capable of navigating the complex webs of power around you then it is possible you may come to reap great wealth in the just-unveiled Rise of Venice.
It's a history of endurance. Initiated by a single programmer, the browser-based space strategy game Astro Empires has indeed persevered, with the team at Cybertopia Studios having recently celebrated the seventh anniversary of the title with the launch of a new server.
It's Kabam all over. This is because Imperium: Galactic War, a browser-based MMO sci-fi strategy game, is both developed and published by the aforementioned company with the tagline "Protect What's Yours, Take What Isn't!".
It's time to look beyond Rome. The inexaustible ambitions of the mighty Roman empire have repercussions inside and also outside its domains - issues reflected in The Cantabrian Wars and The Spartacus Revolt, the now released content packs for AGEOD's Alea Jacta Est.
We dig this metric. I guess it's widely known we can never quite get our fill of cool games crawling with aliens in flashy isometric poses, traipsing about in a strategic way and trying to do their very worst per square tile, so, of course, Ionising Software's Isomer is right down our aisle.
A rich bounty awaits. But ye shall have to be ruthless and quick at the helm or ye'll surely be joinin' the fishies down under in Anuman Interactive's scoundrel-infested waters of Pirates vs Corsairs – Davy Jones' Gold.
Get ready for insertion. Action is forthcoming and your talents very likely in demand for the tactically-oriented Black Talons, an offering set in the same universe as Camel101's Gemini Wars that was announced today.