Been thinking about that for a while. Do you consider management sims such as Lobotomy Corporation, Oxygen Not Included, Planet Zoo etc as Strategy Games? Why?
ALERT!ALERT!Battlesector just comes out, I'm loading it now.
I never played any Sudden Strike game, but I want to try them. Which are good and worth playing (especially for the campain)?
i cant for the life of me play this game, it's too complex. how do you play it? should i have to download mods? is it even possible to naturally make my region appear big by simply playing the game, or should i have to rely on a strategy/technique of building my city? help me /vst/
>no mods>no community>barely any cracked copy exists onlinewhy did it die? It's a shame because the concept is actually pretty cool.
Why is there no fucking flat land edition
How do I play the non reforged version?
>start tutorial to learn how to play>turns out you literally can't earn money in it>first mission I barely managed to complete it since everything started to fall apart due to lack of money near the end>in second tutorial mission everything went to unfixable shit long before mission end since I ran out money and couldn't build or even delete anything, while buildings were failing apart, fires raging, bandits murdering people on the streets openly, gods sending earthshakes and people starving>tfw I had to cheat in money in second tutorial mission, so I deleted literally every single building and rebuilt city instantly from scratch and I still barely managed to win.How to git gud at this game. And what the fuck is Feng Shui and is this hippie shit important?
does anybody feel like civ 6 would work well as a simcity-like management without competing against other civs
Why was there never a 4th gameshame they went to making puzzle games since it was really a one of a kind game