Rusted Warfare - RTS Strategy

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    Rusted Warfare - RTS Strategy

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    Rusted Warfare is an fully featured RTS inspired by classic real-time strategy games such as Total Annihilation and Command and Conquer.

    • A pure RTS with no microtransactions and no DRM
    • Online and offline multiplayer over wifi and mobile networks
    • Campaign, skirmish, survival, and challenge missions, with full AI
    • Over 40+ unique land, air, and sea units for balanced gameplay
    • Experimental units and nuclear missiles for the big endgame battles
    • Tactical And Strategic opportunities with unique units such as
       Flying Fortresses
       Combat Engineers
       Amphibious Jets
       Shielded Hovertanks
       Laser Defences
    • Fast interface: Issue commands through the minimap, multi-touch support, unit groups, rally points
    Strategic zoom: Zoom out to view and issue commands across the whole battlefield
    • Save and load games including multiplayer games for that quick lunch time battle
    • Reconnect disconnected multiplayer games and avoid any disappointment
    • Create and load your own custom levels (see forums for details)
    • Fully scales from phones to large screen tablets
    • USB keyboard and mouse support

    Play on the go against your friends on your phone or tablet.

    Beta versions:

    Email me/twitter/post if you have any problems, or feature requests.

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    Ryan Bissonnette

    by Ryan Bissonnette

    Nov 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Total Annihilation. The epic music, freeform building and harvesting, smooth strategizing, and great variety in units make this the best Total Snnihilation ripoff I could have hoped for. Good graphics, great controls. Worth every penny.


    by pattdmdj

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Its a great game, but i know its still being made and i think lag is a huge problem and there needs to be something to simplify a few things

    Twiisted Carnage

    by Twiisted Carnage

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Really fun game but I think the air units are lacking, they are nearly useless, would like to see like a helicopter version of the experimental spider or something with a shield and more life, please add stronger air units

    OMG birds

    by OMG birds

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Amazing old school graphics with luring gameplay mechanics. Love all the vehicles,weapons,bombs,etc.. It's addictive as heck you just wanna play more when you stop playing it! Five outta Five?

    Mark Murphy

    by Mark Murphy

    Nov 12, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome RTS! Brings back fond memories of Dune, Command & Conquer and Total Annihilation.

    Polaris Raven

    by Polaris Raven

    Nov 09, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    - - - - -Part 1: Those considering buying this game: It's very complex (completing the single player missions on medium provides a good learning curve), but once you get the hang of the basics, it provides a very interesting challenge to master. You can pour your resources into a high quality army that can obliterate anything that stands in it's way, or swarm the enemy with countless low tier troops. Same goes for base building: you can invest in high quality defenses that will wipe out just about anything that comes against it, or you can lightly fortify a location if you're only going to be there for a short time (ie: long enough to replace lost units). Keep in mind that every second you spend building your defense is a second your opponents have to fortify their own, or to build their army. - - - - -Part 2: Please Fix: 1: When you select a large variety of units, the list continues below the 3 saved army tabs, but there is no way to scroll down this list. 2: The tab with the buttons for increasing/decreasing build orders doesn't block the taps that accidentally miss the buttons, often exiting the build order screen (can be frustrating on small screens).