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On planet Agaris IV, two races fight for power on an endless war. When the Klutes and the Furfurians' dispute made their planet inhospitable, they needed a new battleground. Their troops where teleported to planet Earth, where everything, they discover, is 100 times bigger. Their battles are thus a small event there, taking place out of the attention of the humans.

Tiny Troops is a real-time strategy game, with gameplay similar to Cannon Fodder. It supports up to 2 players in split-screen mode, and mouse or joystick control. Before starting a level, a screen is shown where the player must select which units are going to be on his troop. There's several types of units (foot soldiers, grenadiers, etc). Clicking the general gives a hint and the main objective of the level (that usually is about killing the enemy and destroying their base). Most of the main game screen is occupied by a scrolling map of the level, with the bottom portion reserved for the control windows (one for the mini-map, other for game options like saving and restarting, a third for unit commands and a final one with unit information or a list of group formations). The player controls the soldiers by clicking on them and selecting orders icons from the command window:

- a fist icon is to attack;

- an upward arrow to select the route;

- a wrench to repair things;

- a shield to stand guard;

- a target to surround the unit.

The game has 65 levels spread on a variety of different terrains (garden, kitchen, etc).


Tiny Troops Amiga Intro - War
Tiny Troops Amiga Start menu
Tiny Troops Amiga General hint
Tiny Troops Amiga Unit selection

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AmigaInfo Mar, 1997 81 out of 100 81
Amiga Games Dec, 1996 80 out of 100 80


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Cancelled versions

Versions for Amiga CD32 and DOS were planned but not released.

Publisher switch

Tiny Troops was originally meant to be released by Mindscape in 1995, but was dropped and later picked up by publisher Vulcan Software and released two years later.
Macs Black (80143) added Tiny Troops (Amiga) on Jun 14, 2007