First World War: Western Front

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    First World War: Western Front

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    Conflicts: WW1 Western Front is a huge turn based strategy game set on the Western Front of the First World War.

    You are in command of the German armed forces - generals, infantry, cavalry, artillery and the first tank units - and the object of the game is to conquer the strategic parts of France as quickly as possible.

    This is a huge game, and if you haven't played games from the Conflict-series, you may want to start with Operation Barbarossa or D-Day before taking on the Great War of 1914-1918.

    If you want to test the strategy game and its mechanics, a free 15-turn version is available at:

    + Tactical Areas/Move Points: Some hexagons are connected together forming slowly evolving Tactical Areas, and you can move between such hexagons using Tactical MPs instead of regular MPs. This opens up a completely new tactical dimension.
    + Economy & Production: You decide how to use the industrial resources that you capture: Build railway networks, produce Rail MPs, manufacture minefields, etc.
    + Railway Network: To navigate the huge game area efficiently you need to plan where to build railway network.
    + Mud: Areas which see lot of troop movement and battles will turn into mud, which might consume extra move points, so you cannot get bogged down on the war of attrition if you want to keep the front lines advancing.
    + Generals: Generals support the closest units in battle at the cost of 1 MP, while the front line units located too far away from Generals might lose 1 MP.

    + Long-lasting: Thanks to in-built variation and the game's smart AI technology, each game provides a unique war gaming experience.
    + Competitive: Measure your strategy game skills against others fighting for the Hall of Fame top spots.
    + Experienced units learn new skills, like improved attack or defense performance, extra move points, damage resistance, ability to cross rivers without losing move points, etc.

    + Good AI: Instead of just attacking on direct line towards the target, the AI opponent balances between strategic goals and smaller tasks like encircling nearby units.

    + Settings: Various options are available to alter the look of the gaming experience: Change difficulty level, hexagon size, Animation speed, choose icon set for units (NATO or REAL) and cities (Round, Shield, Square, block of houses), decide what is drawn on the map, and much more.

    + Inexpensive: The entire WWI western front for the price of a coffee!

    In order to be a victorious general, you must learn to coordinate your attacks in two ways. First, as adjacent units give support to an attacking unit, keep your units in groups in order to gain local superiority. Secondly, it is rarely the best idea to use brute force when it is possible to encircle the enemy and cut off its supply lines instead.

    Join your fellow strategy gamers in changing the course of World War 1!

    Conflict-Series has offered highly rated Android-only strategy games since 2011. The campaigns are based on the time-tested gaming elements TBS (turn-based strategy) enthusiasts are familiar with from both the classic PC war games and legendary tabletop board games. I also want to thank the fans for all the well thought-out suggestions over the years which have allowed these campaigns to improve at a much higher rate than what any indie developer could dream of. if you have feedback about the Conflict-Series please use email, this way we can have a constructive back and forth conversion without all the limits of the store's comment system. In addition, because I have huge number of projects on multiple stores, it’s just not very sensible to spend handful of hours each day going through hundreds of pages spread all over the Internet to see if somebody has posted a question somewhere -- just send me an email and I will answer to it as soon as I'm online. Thanks for understanding!

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    Users comments for First World War: Western Front

    Jansen Junaedi

    by Jansen Junaedi

    Oct 20, 2017  |  "Great"

    Good game. However i just realize that the allies seems to have no artillery, cavalry units, planes, and the most important one, tanks. Historically, these are the weapons that defeated germany. The game doesn't feel challenging at all.​

    North Korea Best Korea

    by North Korea Best Korea

    Sep 08, 2017  |  "OK"

    For a paid game I kinda expect a difficulty slider, and a option to switch sides allies or German, Also there's no real video tutorial which is pretty unacceptable considering there smaller delevopers than you who make games that have better graphics all the features I said this game should have and no donation page up my face. im sorry but until you add a proper tutorial for this thing a switch side option I feel like I've been ripped off and on top of that you have a donation page... so not only is this thing paid but you have donations so what's your excuse if you don't add in a tutorial so I can relies why some units don't move some turns and other they do i can't enjoy the game which makes me less likely to but your other products

    Grey Mouser

    by Grey Mouser

    Jun 27, 2017  |  "OK"

    I will have to delete this one too, I just do not like the direction he is taking. I may be in a minority, but I just cannot get my head around this one.



    Jun 26, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Very disappointing. This game is NOT authentic! Do not buy this game. It SHOULD start with the wheeling movement of a gigantic German Army, but the AI spreads the combat units carelessly from Metz to the Channel coast.

    James Grcevich

    by James Grcevich

    May 22, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great but think allies dig in and make forts to fast. Overall love it would love to play the allies. Keep up the fire.:-):-)

    Robert Perry

    by Robert Perry

    Mar 26, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great game. Unit selection and the UI need a little work, but nothing serious.