WarDrome is a free strategic management browser game set in a space opera atmosphere. Real time combats, development, economy and role play. The role play is not required anyways, although those who decide not to do so must not spoil the others' role play.
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By the admin on gamesreviews2010.com
Wardrome is a strategic-management game, that takes place in the space. This description may be very common along many browser games… But Wardrome surely is the best of them.
The strenght of Wardrome resides in 4 main features:
- Energy System
- Game's complexity
- Combat System
One of the best thing about Wardrome is that in order to be the best, you don't have to spend 24 hours a day playing it. The gameplay is regulated by a "Energy System". Every action in this game requires a certain amount of energy, and the energy "tank" refills itself over time. The tank is huge, and this means that when you have to go out with your friends, or just want to go to sleep, you can just use all the energy you have and then log out from the game, and you will have approximately 16 hours before the tank is full agian.
The game's possible actions are so many that in order the be the best, you will have to spend your energy very accurately, and the game is so deep and complex that you will probably not care about the rankings at all, and play it just for fun. planets creation, commerce, exploration, fleet development and customization, resarch, minerals extraction, industry, fighting other players and much more.
Roleplay is another very important feature of Wardrome
Thanks to the many public communication channels, and in order to use them, you will have to fully interpret your character, speaking as the space commander you are interpreting would. The universe is also governed by a human players formed Government, that decides the laws that are applied to the other players except the outlaws, that become so by breaking these rules. The roleplay element gives to the game a wide variety, adding to the possible things that a player can do. You can choose to be polite, or extremely rude. You can be righteous, or declare war on other commanders for futile reasons, you can be a nice senator, or form a team of corrupt senators in order to create awful laws. Whatever you will be, you will have a lot of fun communicating with the other players.
But the best feature of Wardrome is, without any doubts, the Combat System. In most of the brower games, attacking another player means sending X units to a Y location, the units obviously need time to arrive at the location, and that is displayed on a timer. When it expires, who has more wins. In Wardrome it is completely different. You have to pilot your fleet manually trough the various stellar systems, you have to find your enemy, and then attack it in real time, choosing the right strategy, using the right ships, and using the right missiles and bomb at your display. Once two enemy fleets are on in front of the other, attacks are dealt instantly. Each player can own a maximum of 200 spaceships, and this means that you can't win by outnumbering your enemy. Choosing the right things to do need a lot of experience and concentration, but is also extremely addicting.
The game's interface is very well cured. It requires some time to understand it, but once you've mastered it, it is very easy and intuitive to use. The menu's options are not organized in shopping list like windows, but in sensated and well designed buttons.
The game pages autorefresh themselves, meaning that you will be able to see whenever another fleet passes by the system you are currently in, giving you the chanche to hit it before it moves away.
In order to keep the game as fast as possible, graphics had to not be very developed, but you will still find it very cured, mostly for ship design: every ship has its own model.
There also is a premium feature: you will be able to buy premium days in order to unlock some handy features, like tax withdrawal from all planets, shield recharge for all planets, scrolling between various ships' crew training pages, and sort. Premium Days are very cheap compared to other games premium features, and you can still be able to play without them without any problem.
There is still a lot of stuff I could speak about, but I think it is better for you to discover it yourselves. Wardrome is definitely worth a try. Once you understand its mechanics, you will never stop playing it.
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