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Jul 2, 2010 | 6:05 PM EDT

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Inspired by a number of different strategy games, ADoE combines elements of turn-based strategy with fast-paced tactical combat.

While there are similar Flash games out there, I think ADoE manages to innovate with a bit more strategic depth. This of course comes at the cost of somewhat greater complexity, but it shouldn't be too difficult to pick up. It stands out graphically too in my opinion, using plenty of pre-rendered 3D instead of vector graphics. It does require a decent computer to run well though, especially in late game when armies get pretty big.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Its okay

Its okay, In fact i enjoyed it, But it got a bit repetitive and I couldnt set a defense i could only send out attacker to attack the others and then go off screen to attack more. Maybe if you set up a barrier where you defended some and you attacked another round it would be better, let us see what were attacking, Towers, walls, barricades, etc. But its fairly decent I'd play this if I was bored.

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