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Subterfuge

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V1.1 - Fixed some interface and AI issues!

Description

Test your strategy and wits! Subterfuge is a sci-fi, turn-based strategy game. Similar to Stratego or Chess, use your units to destroy your opponents' forces. Each unit has different strengths and weaknesses, which you must wield to your advantage. Play through eight missions to defeat the evil Francois Philidor, or try some of the Challenge missions.

Tips:

- Protect your leader at all costs!
- Assassins are powerful, but are vulnerable to counterattacks.
- The AI doesn't cheat, but will figure out your units based on how they perform (i.e. if it loses an Enforcer, it knows you have either another Enforcer or an Assassin)

Thanks for Newel Anderson (http://www.godslittlewor m.com) for some of the great artwork!

Controls

Use the mouse. Click on a unit to select it, and then click on the square where you want to move it to (or attack!).

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I ended up enjoying this game! I really have no idea how similar it is to checkers or chess. I got the first level beaten. That's probably the closest I've ever gotten in one of these games. I'm not interested in playing the rest, lol. It was really nice to see how it was unique. Actually, that's another game, but that's another story...

I think the sounds are nice. You have great mobility. You should have that in a game like this. I wish I knew what the title meant. It's something in German, I think.

GJ ( Good Job )

Can play this for hours.

OMG

It's one of the best games ever!Suddenly very short...

You Play a Mean Game of Chess

Nicely done, good story, good game (i love chess) good job!

Liked it but don really understand

i like the game overall but i have one question what can the leader do? So far the only i've seen it do is die against literally anyone i asked it to attack.

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Score
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Uploaded
Jun 10, 2008
10:33 PM EDT
Genre
Strategy - Other
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