Massive Assault Network 2 is turn-based. However, it uses cutting edge 3D technology, which makes it look like RTS. Plus, the engine allows you to move a couple of units in a close sequence so that visually they move and shoot simultaneously producing RTS-style visual effects.
The game is based on the legendary Massive Assault series from which it inherits the best elements: original "Secret Allies" concept, streamlined turn-based gameplay, perfectly-balanced unit parameters, state-of-the art interface and endless replayability.
The gameplay is easy to understand, but difficult to conquer, and most importantly, very addictive. Lead your divisions, fleets and air squadrons to crush the enemies with no mercy!
The singleplayer is horrible and the AI is even worse.It is so easy to fool you might as well not have any at all.The real fun part of massive assault network 2 is the multiplayer.It is fun to play against other live players and they are of similar skill and so it makes the gameplay balanced and challenging for both players.Bought this with a friend and we sat for east 3 hours just messing around with it one friday night.Definitely recommend this game for the multiplayer aspect.
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