James Bryant has informed us about the release of his retro strategy game, Machines at War 3. Machines at War 3 is the rare indie game that offers a full single-player campaign to compliment its multiplayer and random map modes. From the looks of it, Machines at War 3 is similar to Red Alert and Total Annihilation, which is a good thing in our books.
As James described his game:
“Using retro strategy and heart-pounding action, Machines at War 3 lets you battle and outsmart enemy forces as a military commander. You’re joined by a fiery officer named Samantha Vice, who helps you maneuver through 21 intriguing campaign missions. Your objective: Uncover why your country’s secret research team — the Omicron Initiative — has disappeared.”
Machines at War 3 features over 130 types of units and technologies, 21 missions, battles with up to 5,000 units, random map for skirmishes, and a multiplayer mode that supports up to four players.
Those interested can purchase the game from its official website. There is also a demo for it so make sure to give it a go.
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