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Put the tabletop in your pocket! Our new spin on turn-based strategy for Android devices. Read more

Bakewell, UK Video Games
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Put the tabletop in your pocket! Our new spin on turn-based strategy for Android devices.

Bakewell, UK Video Games
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Christmas at Theatre of Conflict HQ

We'd like to wish everyone a really  Happy Christmas.  Far from resting on our laurels(!) over the festive period,  all guns are blazing here at Theatre of Conflict HQ as we push onwards with the project!  
We've got one or two exciting plans for the holiday period, so watch this space over the next few days.

In the meantime,  we just received a message from the front by fast horse.  Our very own Sgt. Major A.N.Droid has a seasonal message!

and remember:- Theatre of Conflict Needs You!

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    1. Creator Theatre of Conflict on December 31, 2012

      Thanks for your question!
      On our first release, we'll concentrate on two-player maps. Once this is fully balanced and working well, we can set up further scenarios which balance the forces- Player 1 holds the Alma Hilltop with superior numbers and defences, whilst player 2 takes the British force on the left flank, and player 3 controls the French on the right, for example.
      Another interesting multi-player concept is a coop mode. Player 1 and 2 both hold different British troops, player 3 and 4 hold Russians for example. Both pairs would need to work together in order to defeat the enemy. Whilst this would be a fantastic idea, it's not a feature we can offer in our initial time-scale. Perhaps towards the end of the campaign, we can offer more.

    2. Creator David Speight on December 28, 2012

      How will the multi player versions handle the fact that there are only two sides in each battle?