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The game combines elements like the RPG-leveling system from Fire Emblem, the "zone of control" mechanism from Military Madness, and Advance Wars-style terrain bonuses and village capturing to create a game that's incredibly deep and satisfying for those experienced with the strategy genre. Even if I do finish the 15-or-so massive campaigns included with the game (and trust me, I probably won't) Mr. Poole will just keep adding more classic campaigns through free updates. Battle for Wesnoth HD is a dream come true for strategy junkies, but an absolute nightmare for compulsive completionists.
With more space to work with and an unbeatable low price, Battle for Wesnoth HD is the only turn-based strategy game you’ll need to buy for the foreseeable future.