Wasteland Empires Game Review

Wasteland Empires is another hybrid that mixes elements of games such as Warcraft with city building and Facebook sensibilities. In many ways, the game’s approach is quite similar to War Commander, but the progression of building up your civilization, as well as the game’s overall balance and gameplay design, are much more on the mark than previous contenders. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world reminiscent of Fallout, and the first order of business will be carving out a livable environment for your people. All life revolves around water, which means your stronghold must be constructed near a main well. Auxiliary wells can later be built to expand your metropolis, but first you’ll need to clear rubble using your civilian population. Clean up the wasteland around you, earn resources, build structures, research technology – the mechanics of Wasteland Empires all fall neatly into place. Of course, you’re not alone in the wasteland, and not all of your neighbors are friendly. It’s a dangerous world out there, so you’ll need to protect your stronghold with towers and traps, as well as take more preemptive measures in order to secure your domain. There are various types of troops to train, and commanding them in battle is fairly straightforward. Units in Wasteland Empires are grouped into squads of 10, with slots for additional squads opening up with each successive tier upgrade. You can command squads individually; however, if you press the “select all” button, there seems to be no going back. This can be problematic, since unit types have very specific attributes. Having vanguards speed ahead to enemy towers before your slow-moving crushers (designed specifically to take out enemy defenses) will usually mean the complete and utter annihilation of that particular squad. If you plan ahead, it’s a design flaw that be easily overcome. For better start download Wasteland Empires Hack.

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