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Stick War 2 - Order Empire; the epic sequel to the hit strategy game Stick War!

Controls:
Select Units & Activate Abilities: Left Click
Move or Attack Unit: Right Click
Toggle Attack Move: A
Select All Combat Units: Space
Hold Position: H
Queue: Hold Shift (while issuing commands)
Select Entire Unit Type: Double Left Click
Mine/Pray: Right Click on gold/statue with miner
Menu: P or Esc

Many of the empires you previously controlled have rebelled - fleeing to the outskirts of their homelands. Their numbers have swelled, and under the leadership of the Magikill the rebels have become a dangerous threat to your Order Empire!

Return to the land of Inamorta and unite the people under one banner... but beware, a new evil is in the air and you will not be able to face it divided!

Created by: Jason Whitham, Brock White, and Winston Zhang.

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3Deimos3Deimos

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2013

fun. just sayin.



JohnisFreshJohnisFresh

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 13, 2013

I love the first game... and love this one more! This game is always fun to play, mostly because youre controlling your own army and showin people whos boss! 5 stars all day everyday!


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DABEAST60DABEAST60

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 8, 2013

my miners just sit there in campaign but online is good



mohapmohap

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 6, 2013

this game is just amazing



StrakhaStrakha

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 5, 2013

It's so rare that you get to use the right mouse button in a flash game that I had to do a double-take when I read the instructions. Despite sophistication in some areas, I feel the game could be balanced better, because "normal" (the easiest difficulty) is far too easy, while "hard" is next to impossible. Also although there are (in the end) many different types of units, I found that only a couple were really necessary.

I haven't tried the play online feature, but I imagine that adds more to the game. Still though you'd be in a situation where you can send out specialised expensive units that cost a lot of supply, or just use more of the cheaper units in proportions that would be effective against everything.

The animation is very clever, I even found the opening sequence re-enacting a scene from 300 to be impressive. The game itself I think deserves a slightly wider scope than a 2d 1vs1 battle with the enemy always just opposite, but it does what it does very well.


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