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  • Summary: In WARTILE miniature figures battle it out in a real time strategy video game. Position your figurines, use their strengths and be mindful of their weaknesses, activate their special abilities and play your action cards to gain the upper hand on the playing field.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. Feb 15, 2018
    83
    Despite some camera issues and a low longevity, Wartile is an enjoyable game and a perfect mix between two worlds: RTS and board games. Even if you love just one of them, you should give it a chance.
  2. Feb 17, 2018
    80
    WARTILE is a fascinating mix between an RTS and a board game. Unfortunately, it is as beautiful as it is short.
  3. Mar 21, 2018
    80
    If you’re a fan of real-time strategy and role-playing games or a lover of miniatures combat immersive dioramas, then I think this would make a great addition to your game library.
  4. Feb 9, 2018
    70
    It has some flaws like a weak story and a brash art design. But it also has some innovative ideas and stages the strategic battles of minatures in glorious dioramas.
  5. Apr 3, 2018
    66
    Tabletop tactics game with a half-baked mix of real-time-gameplay and card decks. Overall it looks unfinished and has too much idling.
  6. May 1, 2018
    60
    If you’re looking for something different as a fan of tabletop games and have the patience to bear with the controls, you’ll likely enjoy WARTILE.
  7. Feb 15, 2018
    50
    While Wartile is a gorgeous and beautifully sounding game, the lack of challenge or depth in its gameplay and the risk of severe crashing problems holds it back from being something greater.

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  1. Mar 3, 2019
    6
    The game surely looks good, that's for sure. Each map is full of tiles where your figurines fight it out against a number of (Norse) enemies.The game surely looks good, that's for sure. Each map is full of tiles where your figurines fight it out against a number of (Norse) enemies. And the game allows you to control a maximum of 7 figurines (3 on every level) in a viking inspired world. It mixes reality with myth from Norse legend. Its a decent concept considering there are better viking games around (Ancestors?). You can equip you warriors with a number of weapons or tokens which enhance their abilities.

    The game rewards progress. You get better weapons and cards as you advance. The soundtrack is good too and makes you feel like a Viking.

    What makes the fun limited is that the figurines do not level up and the focus is on the use of buff giving cards in each level. Each level has 3 tiers of difficulty and you are playing the same map over and over again, albeit with altered enemies and increasing difficulty. There is no proper story-line either and there is no difficulty setting except the 3 tiers on each map. It is also a strategy game but does not feel like one because there is little strategic thinking involved.

    its a decent effort, but not one of the best games out there. If you like tile, card and figurine based strategy games you will like this game but it does not have many customization options and is lacking in many departments.
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