Posts Tagged ‘Rad Soldiers’

Seizium: Rad Soldiers Appears On Chrome Store

By Jim Rossignol on September 6th, 2013.


Splash Damage might be busy with Extraction and Batman, but before either of those were a twinkle they were doing something else that wasn’t Brink: Rad Soldiers. Actually, strictly speaking, this wasn’t Splash Damage, it was Warchest, their spin off. But much the same talent pool… Anyway, it’s on the Chrome store now, which means you can play it on your home computing device of choice. I’m doing it right now! I can report it’s moderately entertaining cartoon turn-based combat, with jokey happenings.

There’s a trailer around here, too.
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Brink Devs Not Ruling Out PC Version Of Rad Soldiers

By Nathan Grayson on April 20th, 2012.

Aaagh, my beautiful, beautiful clavicle!
Good news! After a period of relative silence following Brink’s splash-that-wasn’t, Splash Damage is back with another game about men shooting other men. However, not-so-good news: iOS, greedy devourer of worlds that it is, swallowed the poor thing whole. And while the Enemy Territory developer also has a free-to-play PC exclusive in the works for later this year, Rad Soldiers – as the iOS-bound strategy is known – looks like asynchronous XCOM wearing TF2′s pants. In other words: delightful. I wants it, precious. I wants it. Fortunately, Splash Damage told us that all hope isn’t lost.

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