"Age of Steel: Recharge" is a 2D strategy with a view from the side. You're taking the role of commander, who was entrusted the management of the military base. Your mission is to defend a base from the waves of enemies at any price.
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"Age of Steel: Recharge" is a product by Quaint Emerald. All rights belong to their owners and protected by the law.
Published and distributed by Quaint Emerald. 2015
Age of Steel Recharge is a lane/tower defense style game where you view your base and units from the side as 2D objects and have to defend your base by deploying ground units, airships that fly in the middle lane, and planes that take to the upper lane. You can only build one unit or upgrade at a time and can only have 12 units total so you will need to find the best place to set things and best time and thing to upgrade. It's a good idea and it looks nice visually and different enough from most games in the genre to set it apart but once you find a winning strategy it will basically work every time. The main campaign won't take that long to finish and the survival mode isn't that interesting as the enemy doesn't really change up their tactics. For the lower price, you can get some enjoyment out of this but there are better games of this style out there.
Age of Steel: Recharge is a tower defense game. In this variant, you do not build any towers. Instead, you build your base with upgrades, which will allow better units and defenses to be trained. Concrete walls and towers are also possible. Usually, you have to defend your base against advancing opponents until you reach a goal. Sometimes you have to destroy a boss at the end or destroy an enemy building. You can play on three levels with different units and attack types. This makes the game very tactical. The first maps are relatively simple, but then it gets really intense. As soon as you bring your base to a new level, the difficulty increases and stronger opponents are released. So you should pay attention to its construction. You should get all unit upgrades and keep the map under control, instead of levelling up too fast, because your own units will have no chance against the opponents. Technically, the game is built as one of the classic retro titles. I like that very much. All in all, it is a very interesting game. Do not expect too much, though. It's just a couple of hours of fun, but it's worth its price in any case. If you want, you can also play a survival mode to stretch your playing time.
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