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Swords and Soldiers on IPAD Wii

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Swords and Soldiers is a Strategy game available on the IPAD Wii.

Swords and Soldiers is a Strategy game. Strategy games provide experiences that require quick thinking, and forward planning from the gamer. They combine the unfolding tactics of classic games like chess, with more recent board games such as Risk. Usually focusing on a theatre of war context, players enjoy the tactical overview of the battle these games provide.

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Family Gamer Podcast review Tue, 12 Jul 2011

This week in the family gaming show Loz and Andy talk about Swords and Soldiers coming to iPad, Limbo coming to PS3/PC and the new music game Rocksmith. Also broadcast on Kerrang Radio.

This Family Gaming podcast is broadcast each week on Kerrang Radio's Loz Guest show. We talk about the latest games, and how we find time to play them with busy family and work lives.
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Eclectic Gamer review Sat, 29 Aug 2009

Swords and Soldiers by Romino Games presents itself as a real time strategy game, but adds a level of utter goofiness that can excite and interest gamers who've never played this type of game before. Yes, I'm talking about me.

The premise of Swords and Soldiers is simple. Adopting yourself into one of three 'factions' Vikings, Aztecs, or Chinese you are presented with a series of challenges, mostly related to defeating your enemies by collecting gold, casting spells, and creating some good old-fashioned mayhem. You command who does what by selecting icons at the top of the screen. The most basic unit is the 'worker' unit, who walks back and forth collecting gold. This unit is integral, however, since you need the gold to purchase the warrior and magical units. Once you pick the unit, you lose control of them they march off to the enemy base and attack until they defeat the enemy or are killed (in the most cartoonish and non-bloody way imaginable).
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