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  • Summary: The Pig National Army, following the orders of the notorious SteelFang, has attacked across the border of CarrotLand and the Rabbit capital is now under siege. The happy-go-lucky rabbits' only hope to save their country is to launch a guerilla-styled counterattack using a light, mobile shock force comprised of their remaining units under the player's command, in this hillarious RTS. [Fishtank Interactive] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. The only downsides to this game are the slightly unimaginative campaigns, and the oh-so-annoying voice-overs, which feature the worst "foreign" accents I've heard in a while. [Mar 2002, p.89]
  2. The detail is reminiscent of "Sudden Strike," but rendered in 3D. It's truly awesome.
  3. While the gameplay isn't quite as unusual as the premise, S.W.I.N.E. is a solid real-time strategy game with plenty of humor, all wrapped up in a beautiful shell.
  4. 65
    While there's certainly a level of class and charm to go along with the laughs and lightheartedness in this war game, there's also more than a little helping of frustration.
  5. A funny but repetitive (and eventually tedious) real-time strategy game.
  6. Not only is the game easy and uninventive, but it also has few units, a poor AI, and happens to be one of the least stable games I played in a long time.
  7. To be fair, the humor is almost invisible when you're actually playing S.W.I.N.E., which is an entirely conventional real-time strategy game.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Jul 28, 2012
    I bought it many years ago when I was at the seaside and I still have some good memories about it. It was a real fun to play in the evenings and even today, it's still present on my old PC. Collapse