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  1. I've been playing Orna since the start of the year and its such an incredible game,i would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys an old school turn based game and/or pokemon go style gps kinda games.also there is no pay to win at all,which is brilliant to see on a free game. The basics A free to play turn-based multiplayer RPG with a geolocation twist. In this unique GPS powered multiplayer RPG, enjoy turn-based combat, collect and upgrade your weapons and armor, compete in PvP battles, battle through dungeons, slay dragons, and claim real world landmarks online with your mobile device, wherever you are. Guide and Video https://www.ornalegends.com/home/the-ultimate-ornarpg-beginner-basics-guide Kingdoms The best part for me is the kingdom(the guild) part of the game.Everyday players can take on other kingdoms in pvp battles for rewards and orna(the games currency),And also participate in kingdom raids with your allies against powerful bosses that drop exclusive gear you cant find anywhere else in the game. At level 25 you are able to join a kingdom and are welcome to join the one i am part of.its semi casual so if you don't play for a while its no problem and the owner has played for a couple of years and knows everything there is to know about this game. If you would like to join our kingdom alteria ascended is what you need to search for and please feel free to join our discord: https://discord.gg/RqCSPh7VqR IOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/orna-turn-based-gps-rpg/id1451775309 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=playorna.com.orna&hl=en&gl=US&referrer=utm_source%3Dgoogle%26utm_medium%3Dorganic%26utm_term%3Dornarpg+android+download&pcampaignid=APPU_1_K3L4YNeYGZeA9u8PkYyQqAw I would recommend everyone try this for a few days as its such a wonderful game,and it was made by just one man named odie which blows my tiny brain. Anyway give it a go and come join me when you can😁
  2. This is on PC and Xbox now (with a free 2 hr trial on Xbox). It’s a cross between some other games maybe - turn based actions in a small area, with a series of cards and limited costs. The enemy take their turn, load up actions, then you move around. Good soundtrack too, I’d recommend the trial.
  3. Möbius Front is the new game from Zachtronics, where you'll be defending the United States of America from Alternate Universe United States of America, and one of you is probably the bad guys. It's a turn based strategy which bears all the hallmarks you'd expect - unit movement distances, different weapons do different amounts of damage and it's of course turn based. Also, like all Zachtronics games, it's pretty super-focused in what it's trying to do; it definitely lacks the breadth of something like Advance Wars, instead choosing to focus in on management of line of sight and weapons ranges. A single anti-tank missile can cripple or destroy a valuable tank if it's not checked, and considering that tanks are one of the very few units I've encountered so far that can move and shoot, losing them can make it significantly harder to assault anything. There's also a great deal of importance on infantry; they're slow as hell but will generally deploy with an APC to help them move around the map. On foot, so far they're the only guys who can move through wooded terrain so are pretty vital in encircling enemies and infantry in cover like this can only be targeted from the hex next to them (or by artillery), making them ideal for setting up ambushes along roads. They're pretty fragile when caught out in the open though and thus far can't move and shoot, so once again you're checking ranges and only engaging when you're either forced to or if you reckon you've got a good chance of winning. Obviously, if you're familiar with Zachtronics' output thus far, you can probably imagine the sort of precision and finesse that this game is going to be asking of you. The presentation is pretty lovely, the voice acting is definitely better than expected and the music is great. On Steam now for £15. I'd hesitate to recommend it right this second unless you're particularly into the "super focused/Not particularly casual" gameplay it has to offer, and I failed the first proper mission right out the gate because I made a load of assumptions on how I could play it, but if it seems interesting, I'd slap it on your Wishlist. Christmas sale can't be far off.
  4. Ambition of the Slimes Price: £4.99 Available on: Switch, Steam, Vita, 3DS Metacritic: 70% Ambition of the Slimes is a turn based strategy game with an unusual hook. You play a group of low level Slimes who are extremely vulnerable. You can't really fight. You are weak to any attacks. But you can possess your enemies. It's an interesting idea with surprising depth. Both the Slimes and enemies have the usual elemental resistances (Fire/Water/Grass) and if you possess an enemy of the same element, it strengthens that elemental type. If you possess an enemy with the opposing element, it weakens both resistances. But it doesn't just end there. There are many different enemies to possess. If a slime takes over a female enemy, she can use her charms to lower a male enemies resistance. Why not possess a merchant and bribe other enemies? It comes down to an interesting, almost puzzle like approach to stages. A group of low level enemies will be protecting a high level, armoured Knight. How can you distract the low level enemies to get to the knight? I will admit, I was looking for another SRPG after playing loads of Into the Breach and I stumbled upon this. It's a fiver, so after checking some reviews decided to give it a go. It's very good. It's a neat idea that starts simple but quickly becomes complex with lots of planning required to succeed. And you will need lots of planning: it's not easy. The game can be tough, although never unfairly so and when you make a wrong move, to it learn from it. Finally, it's a fiver. Anyone with any interest in SRPGs should check it out.
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