Artillerists is a turn-based isometric strategy game. This game is similar to the popular classic games Minesweeper, and Battleship… though with modernized gameplay mechanics.
Your goal is to destroy the enemy’s armed forces, capture territories, earn money and upgrade your army. Additionally to the main types of units and weapons. You can use radar reconnaissance, volley fire, air strikes, artillery strikes and a lot more.
There is no limit on the number of troops under your command. In order to win the player must also carefully plan economic and resource management.
Despite a good variety of weapons and features available to the player. Artillerists game is not only about military skills. Careful economic planning is required due to an arms race and the struggle for a control over factories. With proper management of resources and in-game currency, it will be easier for you to exceed the enemy.
The battles take place on a big island, featuring various types of terrain, weather conditions, battlefield size, and combat missions. Artillerists game also features additional and bonus missions. These missions can be tricky and will be a good challenge to even the most demanding gamers.
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For those who have played the well-known action games Battleship, or Minesweeper. You will enjoy a new improved ammunition of Artillerists that will show you the distance of enemy vehicles. This really makes the game tactical and more exciting while also a good memory training. All craving a Battleship/Minesweeper fix should get this game now. Artillerists gameplay is so good that we believe a huge amount of gamers will become addicted to the fun… as soon as they start the game for the first time.
This is a really good game and the best in the turn-based isometric strategy genre released so far in 2017. We recommend you check out this game because it is a whole lot of fun to play and can be bought very cheap on Steam.
Genre: Turn-based isometric strategy
Release date: January 2, 2017