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Acorn Assault: Rodent Revolution review
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by TheGorillaNI

Acorn Assault 6/10 Acorn Assault is a quirky, tail-bobbing turn-based strategy game. Raise an army, overthrow a tyrant King and save the oppressed squirrels! Do you have what it takes to start a Rodent Revolution? The squirrels of the forest grew poorer and more starved each day that passed thanks to the tyrant King Lois the Umpteenth. It is up to you to raise an army to overthrow the king and set the world right again. Embark on an nutty journey filled with a strange cast of characters through a historically inaccurate retelling of the French Revolution with squirrels. If you are a fan of turn based strategy games and want something different from the status quo, this game is for you. The deceptively simple to learn rules of the game lead to a varied set of strategies that you can employ to defeat your enemy and march on. The gameplay is quite satisfying. It is kind of a mix between a light strategy game and a match three game. You play units to the gameboard grid and you attack the other player. When you play three of the same unit next to one another they combine together to form a stronger unit. While the game is not deeply strategic, the game has enough strategy to keep it interesting and I had quite a bit of fun with the game. While the game is not going to be for everyone, there is only two complaints that I have with the game. First the single player campaign is pretty short since it is only around 4-5 hours long. The other problem is that once you figure out the computer's strategy, it becomes quite easy to beat the computer. This means that if you want more than 4-5 hours from the game you are going to need to play the multiplayer mode. If you are interested in the theme or like light strategy games or match three games I think you will enjoy Acorn Assault: Rodent Revolution. The first levels are pretty easy and helps you to understand the game how it work and how to play it right. Graphic is sweet and music is okay but a bit boring because its always the same music. I didnt have any bug and game makes fun. I would suggest to try the game and if you dont like it you still can refund it on steam if you didnt played more then 2 hours. Battle through an epic journey against five unique bosses each with their own abilities and environments. Enjoy quirky,hand-made immersive artwork and animations! Test your strategies and do battle in 25 epic levels. Take control of your enemies: play as defeated single-player enemies in online multiplayer mode! Bring the fight online and battle people from around the world on PC and Mac. Overall The theme is really charming/funny. It is just so strange playing a game with squirrels fighting one another with old-timey military gear. The French Revolution theme is pretty light since if you know anything about the French Reminds me of Plants versus Zombies but then after starting to play I saw its different and I never played a game like that before. There was no tutorial how explain you how to play, Even Thou I watched the computer when he started his fight against me and learned how it works.

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Microsoft from Spain
Thanks Fantis for the key. For players who like strategy games and squirrels, this game will immerse you in the adventure of a rebel-squirrel. As A game itself, it makes you think where to place the units, because many times and has happened to me, it is counterproductive, knowing the ability of your opponent and know how to leverage for you, can be the difference between victory and defeat. A good game if you want to spend some time and eat the coconut... or acorns or... Whatever.
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Microsoft from French
Acorn assault: rodent revolution makes you revisit the French Revolution the exploitation of each other is something that has existed for a long time, the French revolution has put an end to it temporarily. In a world parallel to our where the squirrels are the dominant species, they are also experiencing their revolution and it is you who will guide them in this process. After all, we agree to pay taxes whether it is in gold coin, euros or hazelnuts but there is one thing we cannot accept is to give all our possessions and to find ourselves without anything to live. The principle incorporates the principles of the evolutionary match 3. You put three similar pieces side by side, they automatically turn into a new, more powerful piece. In short, it is a great game very enjoyable to play. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=645775880 to read all of my impressions on Acorn assault: rodent revolution. [www.graal.fr]
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Microsoft from Italian
Full Review on the Official Website [contranetwork.it] Acorn Assault: Rodent Revolution is a game developed by High Tale Studios, which is inspired by the French Revolution (impersonated by Squirrels). It is a turn-based 3D strategy game that is easy to learn but difficult to master. Live your dream of being a revolutionary squirrel fantasy French! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwI4iq4RYDY Features: Squirrels with incipriated wigs Revolve French story Mode and Online Muliplayer/Local Squit Squit. The title is a turn-based strategic, where you have to face various Enemy Leaders. To do so we have a tot. Of soldiers or defensive barriers (to be used at every turn). Everything revolves around the acorns (which are nothing more than coins) and according to them we can: increase the attack, the defense or add various vital points to our fortress. Every soldier has different characteristics and it is up to us to use the most suitable one to break down the enemy's fortress. The Gameplay is very simple, even after the first battles you can guess all the mechanics, albeit limited, work well in the context of the game. The Story mode is fairly long-lived, there are over 20 levels and the difficulty gradually increases. You can also play in Muliplayer, both locally and online, and it works great in both cases, although online it was difficult to find some player available... Full Review on the Official Website [contranetwork.it]
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