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Feature: Wart Isle

Living tabletop wargame Wartile sadly isn’t as elegant at its looks

Wartile's very much caught our eye lately, what with its environments which resemble ornate boardgame pieces carved out out of very expensive wood and hand-painted by master goblin craftsmen. Were this a physical game on Kickstarter, it'd surely have racked up $900,000 within about three hours. As it is, we're looking at a strategy-roleplaying game which sits in a slightly awkward place between turn-based and…

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Wartile’s world of moving dioramas comes alive today

Looking back, it's a surprise that we've not covered Playwood Project's Wartile a little more actively. Last we mentioned it, the gorgeous-looking pseudo-tabletop strategy RPG had just landed on Steam, albeit as a very unfinished Early Access project. Even back then its tilt-shifted miniature worlds were bafflingly pretty to look at. Almost a year has passed since then. As of today, Wartile is officially launched,…

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Wartile wages RTS war in pretty dioramas

Oh me oh my, Wartile [official site] is a pretty one. It's a medieval real-time strategy game set in cute little dioramas, which even have polished wooden bases. Whoever made those loves their wars. It's a curious wargame, with customisable figurines and a bit of deck-building with cards that give bonuses and abilities. If you dig the sound (or look) of that, hey, Wartile entered…

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