Nano War 2

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Every human has billons of nanoscopic cells. Some of these cells are destined to protect their host body by fighting invading organisms. Even when confined to smaller and unlikely places, the war is ongoing and neverending. Welcome to Nano War 2...

Welcome to Nano War 2. Nano War is a simplified real time strategy game. Players control the immune system. The scene takes place inside the human body. All human body cells are nanoscopic and fight against foreign organisms. This is a perpetual Nano War. The goal is quite simple: annilihate your opponents. You are the blue cells and you have to capture the other cells.


this game have and bulgarian language yay my language

Here's something to work on:

1: Make there NO LIMIT to the max level for those 4 abilities AFTER beating all PRO difficulties.
2: Make it so there is NO LIMIT to how many Tech Points(Or Lab Points) you can get. You should be able to earn some for lasting a while in Survival mode.
3:Create a SandBox mode.

credit for tweaking up the genre

I liked the fact that the fat and antibody units were added to put a new twist on the game. But in practice it still turned out that the best strategy seemed to be to capture as many of the unit producing cells as possible as quickly as possible, and only worry about the fat or antibody at the very end to take over otherwise unattackable cells.

The other tweaks to the game - offering difficulty levels where you don't get to see numerical values for strength and having fog of war obscure enemy movement - were also a welcome addition. But again, they didn't end up changing the game play mechanics, and didn't affect what seemed like the optimal strategy of capturing unit producing cells as quickly as possible.

There is a but...

I found this a great game, loved playing, loved the upgrades etc etc. The only thing that did bug me was that sometimes I would win and the game wouldn't notice for quite some time.

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3.72 / 5.00

Jun 28, 2011
6:52 AM EDT
Strategy - Real-time (RTS)