Seizium: Rad Soldiers Appears On Chrome Store

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.


  1. Dozer says:

    That train is FAR TOO NARROW

  2. mondomau says:

    This looks great. Love the style and the gameplay looks to be right up my particular alley.

    Sadly, I am as unlikely to reinstall google chrome on my system as I am to buy an iProduct ,so I guess I will have to wait hopefully for an unfettered download, or at least a steam release.

  3. Chris says:

    [quote]Sadly, I am as unlikely to reinstall google chrome on my system as I am to buy an iProduct ,so I guess I will have to wait hopefully for an unfettered download, or at least a steam release.[/quote]

    What is wrong with Chrome?

    I was under the impression that that it was the best browser du jour.

    • Jonfon says:

      It’s a great browser. It’s also by Google so therefore it tends to send information back to The Mothership for analysis.

      Opera or Chromium are other good alternatives though.

    • HighlordKiwi says:

      Some people just don’t want to support Google, and not without reason (probably data gathering and/or tax related).

      • jrodman says:

        The saner concern is “expose all their data to mining, collection, and turning over to third parties by Google” than “support Google”. This isn’t paranoia, it’s reality. Not everyone thinks its a big deal, but it’s reasonable to think that it is.

        Remember you’re not really a customer for Google, you’re just the product.

        • mondomau says:

          For me, it’s a case of wanting to use google as a tool, not allow it to absorb me and my web browsing habits into it’s invasive and slightly sinister databases. This can’t be done with chrome as there’s just no way to opt out of what it’s gathering. I mostly use firefox + duckduckgo + occasional encrypted google searches. I don’t pretend it’s flawless, but I do see a lot less targeted ads and spam now. .

          Plus, I really hate chrome – It’s a nice enough browser on it’s own merits, but the excessive processes that clog up my memory, the silent updaters that install like viruses without your permission, and their habit of bundling it (and shit like google drive) in with freeware, then self-installing even if you opt out* mean I won’t have it or any other google product on my PC.

          *It’s happened to me & several of my colleagues and friends repeatedly, so I’d be obliged if nobody gave me that ‘oh, you missed a check box or didn’t read the phrasing properly’ nonsense.

          • tormos says:

            *Its not It’s. Its is the possessive, It’s is a contraction meaning it is. PEDANTFACE OUT

          • Play-Doh_25 says:

            LOL I think youre just scared someone is going to see all the weird porn u watch

    • dE says:

      Do you really want to invoke the browser wars again? It’s even more dreadful than the console wars.

  4. Gap Gen says:

    Warchest! Battlebelly! Attackabs! Rumpusribcage! Fightnipples ok I’m out.

    • Lord Custard Smingleigh says:

      Rumblebottom! Angrytoes! Furyteeth! Killspleen! Ragelungs!

      • Gap Gen says:

        OK this has been up for what 2 hours and no-one has posted WARFACE. I have no idea if this is a good or a bad thing. Life is confusing.

        • SuicideKing says:

          I did now (later), but then i didn’t (look above somewhere) as i found something better. Then i read this comment and feel unoriginal. Such is life.

          • Gap Gen says:

            It’s OK! There’s more to life than surfing to and typing the words you see out I mean I didn’t do that no sir/madam. Cough.

          • SuicideKing says:


      • The Random One says:

        Rumblebottom Fightnipples is my Harry Potter fan character.

  5. Tin_man_Tex says:

    I thought Warchest was just their publishing arm they created (though you are right about being the same dudes), Splash Damage remaining the Dev arm, and Fireteam being online services or some such.

    Their big deal about it makes me wonder why they went with Nexon as publisher for Extraction.

  6. Play-Doh_25 says:

    This game is so confusing. I downloaded it and tried to play but I was so confused with their interface. There so much stuff that they dont explain. I hate when things arent user friendly. Deleted.

  7. jasonvaidya123 says:

    Here is the best answer for this question
    Explain RAD model