By RobbieMcGregor | June 28, 2007 8:06 AM
Isotope 244, makers of fine classics such as Atomic Cannon, have a new public beta out. The game is called “Machines at War” and can be found in either exe or cab form here. From what I understand, it’s a real-time/resource-based strategy.
They’ve also posted a feedback form so they can make improvements/fixes prior to launch. Some good news: it’s compatible with both Smartphone and Pocket PC operating systems.
“Command an army of forces across the battlefield with ease in this real time strategy game. You are challenged to construct an epic war machine and use it to become a dominating world power. Machines at War features a random map system so every game you play is unique and poses new challenges. Build bridges to cross water, mow down forests to clear a path to the enemy, build walls to defend your position, track tread marks left by enemy tanks to their base, hide under trees for an ambush attack, these are just some of the unique game play elements available.”