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Attrition: Tactical Fronts

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Summary Attrition: Tactical Fronts is a quick play, turn-based strategy game for 1-2 players. Matches can take as little as 5 minutes while offering strategic variety and depth.Features Hex-based, turn-based gameplay, like a digital board game Single-player campaign to learn unit and terrain types and combinations, overcome challenging scenarios and attain mechanical mastery AI skirmishes on infinite randomly generated maps and developer or player-created custom maps 1v1 online multiplayer (friend invites, stat tracking and player progression coming soon) In-game map editor to create your own challenges and share maps with friends 12 unit types and 10 terrain types, across dozens of pre-built maps and infinite procedural ones, provide varying tactical engagements Point-buy army requisition, pick your own preferred unit composition, or try to counter your opponent's picks The Team Attrition: Tactical Fronts is made by Cardboard Keep, a small indie team in Canberra, Australia. Attrition is our third game on Steam, following up N64-inspired action/adventure platformer Warden: Melody of the Undergrowth, and casual puzzler Puzzle Puppers.
Release date
Feb 15, 2017
Cardboard Keep
Cardboard Keep
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2009 or newer dual-core
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 500 series or Radeon HD 5800 series
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: 2011 or newer quad-core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 900 series or Radeon RX series
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Attrition: Tactical Fronts reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Russian
Game Score: 33/60. I Waited much more on screenshots and promo rollers. I Understood that it is not a MASTERPIECE, but hoped that the game will be no worse than Codex of Victory. Unfortunately, the beta version of The game showed its weakness. At this point it's more like an alpha. And developers still have to do a lot before the release. At least: Fix the initial interface, tidy up the graphics, redo the Tirrein and geometry of the playing field... And more than a dozen smaller, but topical tasks. Will they do all this? Learn. You can learn More about the game, its strengths and weaknesses from my overview stream! Subscribe to my Channel! I Work for the audience. https://youtu.be/rDknQaG0n-4
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Microsoft from French
Small precision above all, I got this game via a key reseller for less than 80 cents, and that's pretty much what this game is worth. Plus, that would be manifest robbery. The game bears its name, a principle of pure attrition, the last survivor wins the party, all on small cards. The mechanics are quite limited: we advance, we discover, we shoot, and the enemy retaliatory, that's it! Game en fr, but translation frankly laughable. The only interesting point of the game (in my opinion) lies in the choice and graphics of the units of type 1st GM. I have not tried the multi, but I doubt that there is necessarily big world... I can in all conscience recommend the game, in any case not at the price displayed on steam
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Microsoft from Italian
Product received for free I have reviewed the game here more accurately here: https://www.nerdream.it/2018/03/10/attrition-tactical-fronts-recensione-pc/Attrition is a military strategic that, for the bases it presents, has every right to enter the world of strategic shifts that count (if developed well, can also reach games like Civilization or Europa Universalis). PROS:-Nice Graphics and good audio (albeit repetitive)-innovative Ideas in statistics, troops and territory-incredibly versatile Game that, thanks to its features, is limited to the imagination of the player-very Tutorial Explanatory and simple AGAINST:-Bad A.I.-useless level System-Campaign aimed at multiplayer and absence of a historical trend
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Microsoft from Spain
Product received for free This game is fine to play some quick game but it bores quickly after several bouts. You Have Some units of the First World War with static values that cannot be improved, at least in the early hours of play, and the clashes consist of eliminating a certain number of enemy units simply and not conquering a city, a Hill or any position. The only thing to do is to position the troops well in sheltered places, to put behind artillery and to dedicate to crush the enemy when it is approaching. I'm not too good at precisely this kind of games, I won all the skirmishes I made in 3 hours of play. By €14.99 I think this game is a heavy joke. Good thing I came on a bundle. Nothing recommended at this price.
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