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Posted 21 December 2007 - 08:07 AM

Isotope 244 recently released version 1.1 of Machines at War, the real time strategy title. The update includes a variety of bug fixes and content additions including the ability to team players in 1v2 and 2v2 battles.

Machines at War challenges players to build an unstoppable war machine to dominate the world. It features streamlined play to allow gamers to spend more time attacking and defending than managing their bases.

Updates in version 1.1:

-New game feature to team players so you can have 1vs2 and 2vs2 battles
- Fixed bertha guns and turrets not firing after a while
- The game can now handle more units on slower machines
- HQ and miniguns were upgraded to help with rushes
- Made the easy AI easier and the hard AI harder
- You can no longer easily rush the AI
- Fixed Smartphone issue not being able to control the tech tree
- Several other fixes and performance increases
More about Machines at War:

Machines at War features a random map system so every game you play is unique and poses new challenges.  Build bridges to cross water, mow down forests to clear a path to the enemy, build walls to defend your position, track tread marks left by enemy tanks to their base, hide under trees for an ambush attack, these are just some of the unique game play elements available.

Expand your city with over 40 structures and units to choose from.  As your empire grows you can research technologies to guide the focus of your strategy.  Choose to be a economic powerhouse and flood the enemy with an endless barrage of units.  Or upgrade your defensive forces and build an insurmountable fortification of turrets and fortresses surrounded by walls and gates.  If blitzkrieg is your style, then embolden your offensive forces with unique weapon upgrades and demoralize the enemy with an unstoppable force.

Build vehicles and aircraft to take control of the land and air including tanks, jeeps, trucks, helicopters, jets, VTOLs, turrets, and more.  After each battle detailed statistics are displayed showing the how the tides of war changed for each player.
Click over to the links below to learn more about the game and download a demo version.
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Posted 21 December 2007 - 08:56 AM

Sounds like fun.

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