People's Tactics (Windows)

People's Tactics Windows Spearhead in the north running out of supply confronted by a counterattack in the south


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People's Tactics is a blend of two game types, the empire-builder and the war game. While the game may look complicated at first, most of the game's complexities are handled behind the scenes and there are actually very few rules for the player to take in to account.

The game play basically breaks down in to two distinct theaters: The home front and the front lines. On the home front, the player must decide which new technologies to pursue, decide which military units to place into production, hire and organize his officer-corps and form new combat units and headquarters. The front-lines sees the player making strategic decisions about the composition of his forces, managing supply lines, maneuvering his armies and formulating the tactics required to defeat his adversaries.

People's Tactics is a game that rewards patience and long-term planning. Solid, consistent victories cannot be achieved with overwhelming force alone, smart tactics are required to win. Enemy units must be isolated, supply lines cut and harbors blockaded if you wish to defeat a larger or equal sized opponent. A smart general will tailor his research and production to most benefit his master plan -- producing a badly organized army, or being forced to disband and restructure often may prove fatal in a close-pitched battle.


People's Tactics Windows You can edit your units
People's Tactics Windows Replace officers if they are not living up to expectations
People's Tactics Windows Japanese troops, aircraft and navy try to capture the Hawaii islands
People's Tactics Windows Further editing options

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  • "Peoples Tactics" -- Comma is dropped sometimes

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Frank Fiedler (8) added People's Tactics (Windows) on May 19, 2005