Version: 1.0 Platforms: Java Categories: Games Upload Date: 27 Mar 11 Developer: Wolfgang Damm, Stefan Damm, Andreas Pum
Distribution Type: Freeware
File Size: 1909 Kb
Rating: 2.8/5 (Total Votes: 11)
TagWars is a mixed reality mobile multiplayer game that uses 2D barcode tags to represent medieval villages in real life. To visit, attack or defend a village, players have to walk up to a tag and scan it.
Your objective is to own as many gold generating villages as you can by successfully attacking villages with units you trained. Once you have taken control over a village, you set a defense strategy by carefully choosing units and putting them at the right defense position. Attackers choose units for attacking and will try to win the battle by sending the right unit at the right time to crush the village owner's defense strategy. This battle is fought in a visually compelling 3D environment on the attackers mobile without the defender being present.
Thus a defense strategy should be challenging to the attacker and you should reinforce your defense units continuously to make sure nobody takes your villages.
TagWars can be played over a short period of time e.g. during a exhibition using only the exhibition floors or could be extended to a whole city and be played over a period of several weeks.
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Requirements:· MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0
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