Posts Tagged ‘Warmachine: Tactics’

XCOM With Steamy Robots: Warmachine Tactics Demo

By Alec Meer on February 20th, 2015.

I think this was the game Jim suggested I try out a while back, given it’s an XCOM-like with steam-powered magical robots. I like XCOM. I like robots. Steam’s okay, I guess. Sadly, a few hundred nights of being repeatedly screamed awake had destroyed my ability to remember anything at that point, particularly when it came to the exact name of a game with ‘war’ in the title. Fortunately, today brought news that there’s a free demo of WARMACHINE: Tactics, prompting my bruised brain to offer a sleepy “hey, yeah, man, that might be it, y’know?”
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WhiteMoon Dreams Talk Warmachine Tactics

By Jim Rossignol on July 24th, 2013.


Earlier this week I spoke to the formidably surnamed Jay Koottarappallil from WhiteMoon Dreams, the company responsible for turning Privateer Press’ tabletop steampunk wargame, Warmachine, into a turn-based title for Windows and OSX. At the time of writing the target for their Kickstarter target had already been smashed, and with over two weeks left on the clock it was approaching a million dollars…

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Warmachine Coming To PC With Warmachine: Tactics

By Jim Rossignol on July 11th, 2013.


The Steampunk-mechs and magical warriors of the Warmachine miniatures universe will soon be making their debut on Mac and PC, at least if the $385,016 (at the time of writing) raised by their first day of Kickstarting is anything to go by. The devs want $550k for their project, which aims to deliver “a squad-level, turn-based tactics game featuring both a single-player campaign and online synchronous and asynchronous head-to-head multiplayer options.” That sounds delicious indeed, but the game’s world – a Steampunky fantasy in which Warcasters (armoured wizards) and Warjacks (magic mechs) vie for control of a fantasy world – is that commands most attention. The team behind it is full of veterans, and the art direction of Matt Wilson retains the distinct whiff of someone who knows exactly what to do. Take a look at their pitch video, below. I’m certain this one is going to need any particular assistance to blast past the finishing line.
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