Commander: The Great War PC

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  • Summary: Commander: The Great War is the third in a series of high level turn based strategy games. Developed by The Lordz Games Studio, it features a brand new engine and countless new features, while staying faithful to the original game�s design philosophy. The game spans theCommander: The Great War is the third in a series of high level turn based strategy games. Developed by The Lordz Games Studio, it features a brand new engine and countless new features, while staying faithful to the original game�s design philosophy. The game spans the First World War, allowing players to control the Central Powers or the Entente Allies through the entire conflict. Expand
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  1. Aug 30, 2014
    8
    Commander: The Great War is the most accessible World War 1 strategy game I have yet encountered. I have spent the last month searchingCommander: The Great War is the most accessible World War 1 strategy game I have yet encountered. I have spent the last month searching through WW1 strategy games and this was by far the easiest to get in and out of and enjoy on mobile devices as well as on your home PC. While it may be lacking the complexity that some other titles in the genre can offer, it makes up for it with excellent production quality and playability while still providing a deep strategical experience. Expand
  2. Apr 11, 2015
    4
    Game has been out since 2012 and STILL has game-breaking bugs. Invading France through Belgium can sometimes cause Belgium to "surrender" andGame has been out since 2012 and STILL has game-breaking bugs. Invading France through Belgium can sometimes cause Belgium to "surrender" and throw all your troops out. And then there's the timid AI, the fact that there's only one unit type worth building, and the many minor powers for the player to micromanage (Serbia, Romania, Greece).

    You can now get this as mobile game, which is great since it certainly doesn't live up to PC strategy standards.
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