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8.9 out of 10

Wargame: Airland Battle

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Overall 10
10

Nice Game! Nice community

miguel, Amazon
29 April 2014
  • Summary: The multiplayer is awesome, it really makes you think hard. Should you send the infantry to the forest? Or take the city? Or use artillery or flamethrowers? so many options..
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Overall 10
10

great game!!

Clayton Winn, Amazon
18 March 2014
  • Summary: best modern strategy game out there!! most realistic, no magic, or fantasy stuff, just awesome strategy and battles.
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Overall 10
10

12 Nations, 848 units all of which are available in skirmish mode = One of the greatest RTS games of all time!

Jesse P, Amazon
2 February 2014
  • Summary: I bought European Escalation and really never got into it a couple of years ago. I wasn't expecting much when it came to ALB, I expected pretty much the same, wow, was I wrong. This game has depth in spades, with the amount of nations and units available, it's simply amazing. I don't play online, I bought this game to play against the AI and I must say no two games are alike.
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Overall 10
10

Great for the experienced wargamer

The Major, Amazon
9 December 2013
  • Summary: This game is pretty in-depth with Cold War-era 80's weapon systems, with both NATO and Warsaw PACT nations very well represented. Meant more as a multiplayer online game.
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Overall 10
10

Wargame; Airland Battle, its so much more than a game..

Robert Brown, Amazon
9 December 2013
  • Summary: It's Intelligent, fast pace, real world, great graphics, huge multiplayer, dynamic...It has all the elements of today's world strategic conflicts.
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Overall 10
10

A World War III Emporium of Fantastical Greatness!!!

D, Amazon
29 September 2013
  • Summary: I consider myself a veteran of the real time strategy and tactics genre and saw previews of this game. I decided to spend the money on it after much self justification and homework on other games in the genre. Boy was that a smart decision! Wargame Airland Battle is incredible, in a word. You don't need to purchase its predecessor, Wargame: European Escalation, in my opinion. It improves on it in every way.
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Overall 10
10

This is not "Just Another RTS"

Shea Wilkinson, Amazon
16 September 2013
  • Summary: This is a "thinking-man's" game, so to speak. It's like the ultimate chess game. It is not a click-fast as some have described. Players have the options of using keyboard-shortcuts as well as mouse clicks to control unit actions. Players can select a range of units to control. Efficiency is a key part of winning, not rapid clicking. The players must try to use sound strategy and tactics.
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Overall 10
10

Get this game

dskin, Amazon
6 September 2013
  • Summary: This is a fantastic game. It takes an entirely new spin on RTS games and it provides a very very very very very in depth strategy atmosphere. The game takes awhile to learn and I am still wondering if it could be mastered. You could play this game for years and learn something new each time.
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Overall 10
10

Realistic Cold War game

Yu-Jin Chia "Yu-Jin Chia", Amazon
2 September 2013
  • Summary: I'm a long-time RTS veteran, though to be perfectly forthright I've always thought the genre was mislabeled. Aside from perhaps Total War, there's very little strategy involved and in many cases not even that much tactical play. That said, I've played pretty much all the major RTS games to date and a lot of the minor ones. This includes European Escalation, the predecessor to Airland Battle, and the older Act of War series by the same developer (Eugen Systems).
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Realistic Cold War game

Yu-Jin Chia "Yu-Jin Chia", Amazon
2 September 2013
  • Summary: I'm a long-time RTS veteran, though to be perfectly forthright I've always thought the genre was mislabeled. Aside from perhaps Total War, there's very little strategy involved and in many cases not even that much tactical play. That said, I've played pretty much all the major RTS games to date and a lot of the minor ones. This includes European Escalation, the predecessor to Airland Battle, and the older Act of War series by the same developer (Eugen Systems).
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