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Playwood Project
Feb 8, 2018 - PC

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Wartile Content Update - The Rescue

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Wartile - Early Access Launch Trailer

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Critic Reviews for WARTILE

Wartile is a strategy game that, despite looking and sounding fantastic, suffers from repetitive gameplay and lack of satisfying challenge.

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If you're looking for a friendly entry into the genre that has more than enough content for the asking price, and with updates to come, this title is for you. Just keep in mind it won't hold players who are looking for the challenge strategy games usually offer.

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Despite some camera issues and a low longevity, Wartile is an enjoyable game and a perfect mix between two worlds: RTS and board games. Even if you love just one of them, you should give it a chance.

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Wartile impresses with its unique take on a cooldown-based tactics game. The visual presentation, assortment of levels, and replayability are great to see, but while the move to Nintendo Switch might open the game up to more players, the smaller screen could also be a detriment.

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WARTILE is a fascinating mix between a rts and a board game. Unfortunately, it is as beautiful as it is short.

Review in Italian | Read full review

This game may have fell short of the potential I feel it had, but I nonetheless hope to see more from PlayWood Project Aps in the future.

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All in all, Wartile is a fair indie game: it is different, well-executed and humble. If you like tabletop games or if you are just looking for something different, tactical and fun, you will not regret the 15 hours spent moving the Vikings from hexagon to hexagon.

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If you're looking for something different as a fan of tabletop games and have the patience to bear with the controls, you'll likely enjoy WARTILE.

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