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March of War

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Developer: ISOTX
Release Date: Q2 2013

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ISOTX Developing Turn-Based Strategy Game Codenamed 'Game X' - Screen

by Rainier on March 4, 2013 @ 11:08 a.m. PST

March of War, previously known as Game X, is a turn-based strategy game set in a 1940s dieselpunk setting where multiple factions compete for world domination.

Start a game on your PC, then seamlessly pick up the same game on your tablet - without ever noticing the difference! Experience the exact same game on all supported hardware platforms, featuring stunning Hollywood style 3D graphics, gorgeous maps, vibrant soundscapes and a unique blend of RTS and TBS gameplay that will keep you hooked.

In Game X each faction has their own background, motivations and abilities, and players can specialize or switch between them. The 1940s dieselpunk setting of Game X is the perfect opportunity for the deviant designers at ISOTX to introduce some truly twisted dieselpunk flavour to the factions, all of which are intoxicatingly different from the traditional Axis and Allies factions of World War II.

Game X brings Triple-A production values to the TBS format. Players can savor the rich tactical challenges typical of a TBS game, while also enjoying the high production value battles compete with immersive 3D effects, unit movement and audio-visual bombast usually reserved for first-rate RTS games!

Game X will be released for PC, Mac, iOS and Android, with players being able to play the same game on any device at any time. Start a game on your PC, and finish it on your tablet in the train - and your friends' or opponents' platform doesn't matter either, as Game X supports full cross-platform functionality across all four platforms for both PvP and co-op.


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