Articles with Turn-Based tag
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Dead Age - Review

If you love to micro-manage survivors during a zombie apocalypse, taking turns to fight off zombies and some out-of-their-mind individuals during the desperate time, with a little text-based story to spice things up, Dead Age provides such a diet more delicious than brains to zombies.Survival and Resources ManagementLike life, what keeps us going is nothing more than food and resources. It remains the same in a world full of undead and braindead bandits that are trying to mess your life up. When your main character dies, the game is over and you will need to start a new game. To beat the

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Marble Age Review

Few words about the gamePre-Civilization Marble Age is a quite complex but peaceful strategy game. Your goal is to expand your territory, make alliances and just explore around your world. It's a really entertaining game, mostly thanks to being based on actual history, but still it's a nice way to spend a free evening. It might not be the best strategy game around, especially with all those restrictions imposed by the game as a lot of potential development is wasted, yet it's one of the nicest I've personally playedAdvantagesLovely cartoon(ish) graphics and practical, adjustable in-game UISurprisingly, composite technologies tree that boosts

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Dread Nautical Review

It's Lovecraftian. No, apparently it doesn't mean Minecraft porn.Dread Nautical by Zen Studios on many aspects reminds me of Dark Quest 2 (it's already been almost three years now since I reviewed that one!). It's tactical, it's turn-based, you get one character in the beginning and gather a bigger team later on. Finally, both games strive for scariness in their own unique ways whilst they also try to be in unique ways cartoony and end up doing both these things poorly.Dread Nautical is too ugly to be a children's game and not detailed enough to be a proper horror. Now I

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Fort Triumph Review

Do you miss the good old Heroes of Might and Magic as much as I do? Or maybe you've played XCOM recently, and you're looking for more of its combat style? Then that's the best one you can find today! Fort Triumph is a bit of a mix between both mentioned games, being a classy strategy game with world exploration and RPG elements, in a weird way adding the specific XCOM combat style, it creates a pretty refreshing approach to the style. Need to warn you though, I'm not much of a hothead with this type of games, so some stuff