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Mech Marines: Steel March

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Mech Marines is a strategic game inspired by Metal Marines (SNES, 1993 by Namco Bandai Games). Build up your island with unique buildings. Defend it at all cost. Attack your opponent with missiles and figure out a leak in the defense to destroy the enemy's bases with your Mech Marines. Equip them with various weapons. Play online against your friends.Key features Fast and action-packed gameplay 12 unique buildings provide a simple and fast gameplay with many strategic possibilities 3 different types of Mech Marines Multiplayer (1 vs 1) Server list and lobby Multiple maps with various islands and settings
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Release date
Jan 9, 2015
Developer
ByteTrail Software
Publisher
ByteTrail Software
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.bytetrail.de/MechMarines

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Mech Marines: Steel March reviews and comments

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Early Access Review The first Review of the Game "Mech Marines: Steel March" unfortunately doesn't turn out so well. The Game itself is not even bad, you just need a single player mode that doesn't exist (at the Moment). After about 1-2 Minutes the Game crashed because I wanted to change the Graphics ... Later I wanted to try the Multiplayer, unfortunately there is hardly (am I the First?!) Players playing this Game. Completely ok, the Game doesn't exist that long. Nevertheless, you should make sure that you can play the Game without getting a Friend to it! That's why the Initial Impression is bad. Let's see if, later this Month, I get surprised by more Players. There may also be a Thumbs up, because it offers very little, even for an Early access game. :/ Challenges would please me! Add: Ok, because it really is still new, there is still a Positive Review, the Developers seem to be really struggling and maybe I have been too strict about the Game! :) Nevertheless, such Bugs don't have to be!
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Early Access Review Overview Mech Marines: Steel March is a game of the type military strategy in which we must, from a single building that will act as a nucleus, create a totally useful base to defend against the enemy attack, which can be The IA or a friend who has acquired the game, and to attack this same. The game itself offers us two types of attacks: Missiles, the most classic in this type of games, and a ground attack whose troops are mechs carried by air. The enemy that is left before without that "core" or base, loses the game. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=538293366 for and Against favor-Many types of islands, thus giving ample possible models to mount your base. -Good artificial intelligence, at high levels of difficulty poses a real challenge. -3 Times awarded in giveaways, possibly will be free more times. -Steam Cards against-At first glance, after seen in the game news (Which are not updated since May 1) seems To be abandoned by the developer. -Little community, and absence of matchmaking-Absence of history or script. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=538293447 Conclusion The Game is fine, or rather said, the concept. Unfortunately, the carelessness by the developers makes it an indie game more, so many in the trunk of the memories of steam, which could/could be a great game, but the state in which it is is nothing more than a hobby and a few cards to take. Given the state of carelessness, I have to give it my negative vote, but I do not deny the probability of changing it in the future, given that as I said with something more investment could become a good title worthy of being in any library.
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