In der Zukunft führen die letzten Überlebenden des großen Krieges Ihren Kampf mit den ultimativen Kriegsmaschinen fort: den AirMech®. Hergestellt mit verloren geglaubter Technologie haben Piloten AirMechs gefunden, geborgen oder gestohlen, um die Schwachen zu beschützen oder zu plündern. Auf welcher Seite kämpfen Sie?
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Veröffentlichung: 8. Nov. 2012

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Was die Entwickler zu sagen haben:

Play for free, keep your stuff! No resets at the end of Beta!

All purchases and unlocks are permanent. We call it Beta because we're still adding some pretty big features, but so far we have:


- Training and Solo play - for learning how to play, or casual fun
- Coop and PvP Matchmaking - quickly get matched against others
- Custom games and rules - when you want total control
- Player driven economy - didn't need that drop? Sell it to other players!
- Quests with ingame rewards - like Achievements, but better
- Leveling, progression, unlocks - level yourself, your AirMechs, expand your army
- NOT "pay2win" at all - check our reviews or ask players ingame
- Global chat, Factions, parties - integrated directly into the core UI
- Crafting system - added due to player demands
- VIP/Premium for LIFE with any purchase - because we're cool like that

Carbon Games is a small indie developer that is funded by YOU the players. That's why we are very reactive to giving players what they want to help the game grow in a positive direction. Learn more about Carbon here: https://www.carbongames.com/about.html
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15. März

Update #205 - Referral Reward Program Update

We've been making small improvements to the referral rewards for a while now, but haven't properly explained it to everyone. So we added a new promo to call attention to this, and also put your current status on it. Click the "promos" button in the upper left to see it!

Highlights include a chat badge for your first referral, increased rewards when each one hits level 10 (now 500 Diamonds), and 10% of whatever their first purchase of Diamonds back to you! Plus you can now earn the Medic Osprey through referrals.

General Updates:
  • Ultimate HAAT has been added to the shop for shredding enemy AirMechs
  • Medic Osprey can now be earned from referral rewards
  • new chat badge for when your first referral hits level 10
  • make room for both real and locked diamonds to be displayed at top
  • increase required level to buy on market to 10 (testing numbers)
  • more work on the Map Editor
  • updates to the Shop background
  • new Market background
  • updates to the map selection screen
  • Greatest Matches card can now be crafted into Kettle Corn
  • new Tracer, Contrail, and Exhaust collection sets

Bug Fixes:
  • fix for Osprey targeting salvage while in ground mode
  • fix for Bucky targeting the fortress
  • fix for promo cycling issue
  • fixed some props on Salt that could have infantry placed inside
  • fix for infantry moving towards other targets after neutralizing an outpost

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6. März

Update #204 - Big Green Update of Merrymaking

St. Patrick's Day approaches! We get so many requests for Rainbow Contrails to be back in the shop that we added another one--Multi-color Contrails! Take your pick, plus all the other time limited goodies.

You know what St. Patrick's Day makes me think of? Having fun with your friends of course! We thought this would be a great time to try out some new social features to reward good behavior. To start, we're giving actual rewards for getting positive reports--a few Diamonds if the sender is VIP, a few Kudos if they are non-VIP. Remember you don't get anything for sending them, but instead you want to be in good standing with your friends so you can help one another out! We've also made it a bit easier to say thanks to someone doing a Diamond Roll by putting a shortcut to commending them right on the roll banner.

Ever since we removed /brag, it was split between those who were very thankful it was gone, and the competitive players who enjoyed being able to, well, brag. We may have found the right balance--we'll give you one Brag Card per Ranked PvP game you win, and using /brag in chat consumes one card. There's a cap on how many cards you can hold, and we may play with that number depending how they get used or abused.

To top off our goodwill changes, we've removed the time limit for getting rewards for Solo games. It was always confusing, and if non-VIPs want to play a lot of Solo, it probably doesn't hurt much. Blow stuff up and have fun! Remember that Solo games do give less rewards than Coop or PvP however, same as always.

General Updates:
  • St. Patrick's Day content now live
  • new Multi-color Contrails this year
  • testing positive reports giving actual rewards, exact rewards being adjusted
  • changed neutral unit spawns on Duel to be 2 Seekers and 1 Longhorn
  • removed Google as a payment option (Google no longer accepts payment for digital goods)
  • auto-deploy button moved to build tray at the bottom, simple on/off switch
  • more updates to the Hangar background art
  • reset buttons added to Control Settings
  • /diamondsspent and /kudosspent commands added for the Info tab
  • /brag has returned, consumes one Brag Card per use
  • new Brag Card awarded for every ranked PvP match you win (capped like Report Cards)
  • auto-deploy acts as a toggle now
  • remove limit on daily offline rewards for non-VIP players
  • show locked Diamonds at the top for non-VIPs (unlocked Diamonds shown when hovering player portrait)

Bug Fixes:
  • fixed Play menu options getting stuck on screen
  • fix for crashes on start-up
  • fix for units being dropped on a Sandrim prop
  • fix for Custom games not giving rewards for Silver VIPs
  • fix DND status message not showing at bottom of screen
  • fix search name for Common Capsule Plans
  • fix for main menu being hidden after exiting a tryout session
  • fixed wrong server flag being displayed in online games
  • fixed Hangar unit selection getting stuck after clicking pilot/color

Balance Changes:
  • increased delay between missile pairs for Missile Burst ability from 0.2 to 0.35
  • Aegis no longer shoots down any bombs
  • Baloom should now intercept targets for better accuracy

Known Issues:
  • Osprey cannot target salvage in ground mode

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Begleiterkubus - Er wurde in den Ruinen einer längst verlassenen Anlage gefunden, es gibt etwas, das diesen nützlichen Kubus an Ihrer Seite hält. Er folgt Ihrem AirMech in den Kampf, wie ein treues Begleiterhaustier bis zum bitteren Ende. Er kann in jedem AirMech im Flair-Slot ausgerüstet werden.

Geschützturm - Die Blaupausen für diesen Geschützturm wurden in einer großen unterirdischen Anlage gefunden, die vor dem Krieg in Betrieb war. Es scheint, sie wurden entworfen, um sie gegen Menschen zu verwenden. So ist diese Version mit panzerbrechender Munition ausgerüstet, um sie effektiver gegen die Roboterarmeen zu machen, die heutzutage im Kampf eingesetzt werden. Sie sind leicht und günstig, nur effektiv gegen schwache Einheiten, aber Sie können sie schnell errichten, um Nutzen aus ihnen zu ziehen.

Über dieses Spiel

In der Zukunft führen die letzten Überlebenden des großen Krieges Ihren Kampf mit den ultimativen Kriegsmaschinen fort: den AirMech®. Hergestellt mit verloren geglaubter Technologie haben Piloten AirMechs gefunden, geborgen oder gestohlen, um die Schwachen zu beschützen oder zu plündern. Auf welcher Seite kämpfen Sie?

AirMech® ist ein schnelles Action-RTS-Spiel, das gegeneinander und zusammen gespielt werden kann. Verdienen Sie Kudos und Erfahrung im Kampf und schalten Sie eine große Auswahl an Airmechs, Piloten, Einheiten und Gegenständen frei, um Ihre Armee Ihren persönlichen Strategien anzupassen.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Action-Strategie neu verpackt: DotA-ähnliches Spielerlebnis mit transformierenden Robotern, die alle über eigene Statistiken und Fähigkeiten verfügen. Schnelle Action und kürzere Spielzeiten halten das Spiel spannend.
  • Passen Sie Ihre Armee an: Suchen Sie sich einen AirMech und Ihre Einheiten aus und helfen Sie Ihrem Team den Sieg zu erlangen. Sie können unterschiedliche AirMech-Skins freischalten, um im Spiel ein einzigartiges Aussehen zu haben.
  • Verschiedene Spiel-Modi: Spielen Sie im PvP von 1 gegen 1 bis 3 gegen 3 oder im Koop gegen die KI. Im Überlebensmodus kämpfen bis zu 4 Spieler zusammen, um angreifenden Horden von Gegnern standzuhalten. Im Herausforderungsmodus können Sie Ihre Fähigkeiten in Spielen gegen die Zeit beweisen.
  • Steuerungsoptionen: Das Spiel unterstützt die Steuerung mit Maus und Tastatur oder dem Xbox 360-Gamepad. Die Steuerung kann ebenfalls komplett auf Ihre Bedürfnisse angepasst werden.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP
    • Prozessor:Pentium 4
    • Speicher:2 GB RAM
    • Grafik:8800 GT
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Festplatte:100 MB HD frei
    • Sound:Ja
    • Andere Anforderungen:Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Systemanforderungen sind vorläufig - weitere Datensammlung läuft.
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem:Windows 7
    • Prozessor:Core 2 Duo
    • Speicher:4 GB RAM
    • Grafik:8800 GT
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Festplatte:200 MB HD frei
    • Sound:Ja
    • Andere Anforderungen:Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Systemanforderungen sind vorläufig - weitere Datensammlung läuft.
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Wahnsinn... Abgründe tun sich auf!!!
Ein f2p das nicht p2w ist.

Der Rest passt auch.
Viele Strategien und Taktiken möglich.
Überraschend vielseitig
realmoney content ist optischer natur oder beschleunigt den level fortschritt
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Das Spiel erinnert mich an Transformers ist aber auch gut
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Filled with action and fun, this multiplayer game filled with high-flying combat and thrill-filled shooting makes this free-to-play title so marvelous.
The action-packed ranking matches makes this game better over time, as more players means more people to play with. The chat and lobbying also enhance the experience.
Overall, I suggest you check out this game. It is pretty awesome.
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Herzog Zwei with updated graphics, and interface. Not bad, but new players will tend to find themselves at a severe disadvantage in PvP (mostly due to access to units, and a lack of items for the airmechs themselves).
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I turned into Google Chrome then the creepers killed me

11/10 -Cygnet, 2015
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Forget DOTA, forget LOL or SMITE. THIS is MOBA at its finest!

Huge range of units, many AirMechs (The Champions, Gods, Heroes) and neat graphics (despite the fact that my low-power laptop can run it smoothly), awesomme community, Pay-To-Win free (you can buy cosmetics and Ultimates, which are excluded in any PVP games), Play PVE, COOP, PVP, Play Roll The Dice in chat.

TL,DR: PLAY IT NAO!
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Two words:
The best.
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Alright RTS gamers for multiple long years we were controlling the armies with our mouses and keyboards. But this time you do not have to put all your hope into your armies. Enter the battle with them! Transform into various mech's(robots)
Become a Warthog destroy everyone infront of you with an unstopable Minigun. Or become a striker ( jet ) With unbelievable Speed Outrun every mech on your tail. Dive in , dive out. build your armies , takeover Basements to gain more Population resources ( to be able to build more armies ) Destroy your enemies with DEVASTATING TANKS , HIGHLY ARMORED Vehicles. Take over the whole map and watch your enemy collapse. Remember It's not that easy cause your enemy thinks the same way they do. annihilate the enemy. Goodluck Commander!

I RATE 10/10 for this early acces game!

Read below for Pro's/Con's

PRO's
Multiple mech's do decide with
Multiple pilots with various abilities
Allot of units to decide with
Armor and items for your mech ( Which means you can upgrade your mech!
Mech levels to gain more accessories
Hell allot of items to buy
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CON's
Kinda pay to win , you can make your mech , pilot , armies HIGHLY OVERPOWERED by buying diamonds which costs $
Epic stuff can only be obtained ( bought ) with diamonds , there is no free items to get with gold.
small maps , less buildings


I rate in total 9/10 for this game.
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good for co-op if you really like destruction :)
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OMG DIS GAME IS SO OP BO!
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Офигительная, оригинальная игра!, Хотя играю в неё не так давно, но всё же мне таки умудрились втюхать прем и т.п, а также донат нечего не решает!
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Auf alle fälle Daumen hoch!!!!!!

Ich finde dieses game wirklich wirklich hammer!

In diesen game geht es darum die gegnerische base zu vernichten und zu schauen das deine basen nicht vernichtet werden!

Mehr gibt es dazu nicht zu sagen aber durch meine ungefähr 416 Spielstunden wollte ich wenigstens etwas kleines abgeben

Adden ist Erlaubt!
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Ich feiere dieses Spiel eifach nur übelst! :D Auf jeden fall installieren!
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Das spiel hat ein schönens ausehen und hat eine menke sachen zu entecken ist sehr interesant aber halt nur für Strategie spieler
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AirMech is, without a doubt, the best game I have ever played.

AirMech is an Action RTS set in the near future. Following a power war that destroyed nearly all global infrastructure, society has collapsed and a tiny fraction of humanity survives. The most skilled of them pilot the transforming vessels that caused this war, the AirMechs. These hybrids of planes and mechs are capable of causing destruction unparalleled by any other combat vehicle and then transforming to escape, pickup reinforcements, order a few light vehicles to attack, and return to continue the mayhem.

The basic gameplay of AirMech revolves around using one of nine different transforming mechs to carry around and order eight types of units that the player has taken into battle to capture outposts which serve as deploy points for new units and refuel stations for your airmech, as well as increasing the amount of units that you can field at a time and increasing the rate at which the credits used to purchase units are accumulated. Your ultimate goal is to destroy the enemy fortress while of course preventing the destruction of your own.

AirMech has been called a MOBA, but I think it far more accurate to think of AirMech as an RTS where your cursor can itself damage and be damaged by enemy units. This mechanic allows in AirMech for gameplay and strategy to occur that is not found in any other game. Destroy the enemy airmech, and they'll be unable to route reinforcements to the outpost that you're attacking until they get back in. You'll be able to stage a surprise assault elsewhere that they won't be able to deal with until they respawn. Destroying the enemy airmech greatly expands your tactical options and adds a new layer of strategy to RTS.

There are nine AirMechs in the game. The Striker is an all around mech good at most tasks but inferior in almost all of them to some more specialized mech. The Helix is slow but great for ferrying units around and forcing enemy AirMechs to GTFO. The Bomber is great for killing clumped units like that jackal rush some hunk of cheese is throwing at you, while the Warthog specializes at taking down high health units one unit at a time and surviving long enough to do it. The Saucer is a versatile yet paper thin mech that can destroy large number of enemy units using its death ray or exploit a negligible amount of anti-air and turn the enemy armies to your side. The Osprey specializes in healing your units and is great for defending outposts that are under attack. The Neo is used to stage ambushes using its cloaking abilities and can slow enemy movement and prevent enemy mechs from escaping using its stasis blast. The Paladin is used to strength unit clusters using its attack, defense, and speed auras. Lastly, the Angel is used to snipe enemy units from a distance and then escape before you can be destroyed.

There are nearly 70 types of units in the game, ranging from infantry, the only unit type that can capture and occupy outposts, to light vehicles useful for fast assaults on enemy outposts and a variety of cheese strats revolving around massing a couple dozen of them and sending them all to destroy the enemy fortress, to tanks, the mainstays of your armies, to anti-air built for the express purpose of destroying the enemy airmech, to healing units for all of you turtles, to a variety of turrets (most of which aren't useless, especially the T45... don't use it, even though you'll feel like it, it's bad, just save yourself some grief, resist the temptation and don't do it, whatever you do don't do it!). Also in the mix are bombs that your airmechs can drop on the enemy units, mines, and artillery to deal with those pesky turtles. The game also features roughly 30 different pilots to provide large stat boosts to your airmech in exchange for some downside along with a host of items and parts, which provide smaller boosts to your airmech. This host of combinations of mechs, units, pilots, parts, and items allows you to play almost any way you feel like. I don't think that there's a play style that isn't supported in AirMech, the possibilities you have are virtually endless.

Some might worry about AirMech being a pay to win game. These worries are not entirely unjustified given how many other games have gone down this path. AirMech, however, stays clear of it, employing the best free to play model I have yet seen in any game. The premium currency, diamonds, can only be used to purchase cosmetics, kudos, XP, and drop boosts, things on the player market, and ultimate items that cannot be used in PvP. Everything that affects the PvP game can only be purchased with kudos, excepting items that player put up on the player market. A 10 minute match will earn you roughly 150 kudos, and most things in the game cost anywhere from 500 to around 3600 kudos. The grind in the game is thus very light, almost non-existent compared to most other "Non Pay to Win" games out there such as League of Legends or Warframe. Don't want the grind? Purchase AirMech Prime for $20 USD, which will unlock every unit and AirMech in the game, refunding you kudos on anything that you already owned. Purchasing diamonds in AirMech also gives you more value comparatively than in app purchases in other games, with $5 giving you enough to buy 1-3 skins, depending on the skins, and $10 being enough to buy 4-11 skins, once again depending on the skins. Try seeing how much you can get from that much in LoL... I can tell you that it will be quite a bit less.

The community in AirMech is arguably the best in online gaming. Our global chat is full of people eager to answer questions, and it is rare to go half an hour without someone doing a giveaway known as a diamond roll, where someone spends 500 diamonds (Around a dollar in value) to start a diamond giveaway, where one random entrant will receive 360 diamonds and another 60. Recently the developers have implemented Black Diamond Rolls, which cost 5000 diamonds (around $10) and multiply the amount of recipients of diamonds by 10 compared to a normal roll. This variety too is surprisingly common. On what other game will people spend $10 to give away stuff to random players of the game? The AirMech community is simply amazing.

What truly makes AirMech the greatness that it is is the developers. Carbon, a small studio of nine devs have worked tirelessly on AirMech for 3 and a half years. Their dedication is simply amazing, from working on Christmas Eve to get a patch out to hanging out in chat to answer player's questions to crafting the game to be free to play even though a pay to win game would likely have gotten them much more money. These developers work harder than just about any other developer you'll find and have done everything to make a fair game where you could spend a day grinding and be able to create a competitive loadout, where it doesn't matter in pvp if you've spent $5, or $140, or $600, or $0. Fostering the creation of a community where every day dozens of dollars are given away to random people through diamond rolls. Carbon is one of those few developers, and AirMech one of those few games where you can spend over a hundred and forty USD and not feel bad, for with AirMech Carbon has earned it. Few developers have put so much effort into creating such a fair gameplay experience, and a fun one, and few games have communities as friendly, helpful, and generous as that of AirMech. To say that AirMech is a game which you will probably have fun playing and which you could probably justify shelling out $5 for is like saying that if you want to live it's probably a good idea to breathe. AirMech is an experience like no other with devs virtually unparalleled in dedication. I wholeheartedly recommend it, and encourage you to help carbon out by buying a thousand diamonds or two, not because it's necessary, but because Carbon has deserved it with the experience that they've crafted.

AirMech is simply a masterpiece.
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+ DotA and Robots
+ Survival - Tower Defence
+ Fair F2P Model
+ Hundreds of Modifications
+ PvP, Coop/PvE/Solo
+ Strategy and Action Mix

- sometimes laggy

AirMech shares simple fun mechanics: swiftly transform between a aircraft and a mech, construct bases, and build and transport units around the map to attack the enemy base.
Learning these things is quick and easy, because the controls make ordering any one of over 60 types of tanks, mechanized foot soldiers, and other specialized units simple. Directing the units with the D-pad to stand guard, advance on an enemy base, or patrol an area can be a little tedious, as it requires you to assign the unit’s task before it’s deployed or fly over to it and pick it up off the ground to change its assignment.
A tutorial is available in the menu, but by default you’re immediately dropped into the much more interesting Challenge mode. Over 15 single-player levels, it effectively trained me to building units and taking down opponents.
There are 2 Modes. Skirmish requires a balanced loadout of units to push across the map to the enemy base, and can be played with up to three players on each team. Survival has up to four players and feel like tower defence.
The item store is a part of AirMech Arena. You can buy units, pilots, AirMechs, skins, and other items. While most AirMechs and units can be purchased with the earnable Kudos, other stuff require at least some form of payment. You can buy many things with Kudos, and didn’t feel I was in pay to win model.

like moba, pilots don’t have a special role, or special abilities. each pilot is different by a small bonus.
firepower, mech speed or building units. AirMech is simple but action packed game play.
i like AirMechs. a game with lot of fun! still early access!


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76 von 94 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 26. Oktober 2014
Early Access-Review
Played the game for about 2 years. there have been a ton of improvements done to the game over that time. The reviews that say this game is Pay to Win is laughable at best, and lazy in it's truth. The game is kudos based (given for playing the game, win or lose) All units (even the big cool ones...), parts, most pilots and items are able to be purchased with Kudos. The premium currency is diamonds, which are only for cosmetics. period. Thats it. And there are even survey's to get free diamonds without spending a dime.

The gameplay has undergone several revises since its Alpha inception. The Matchmaking has been redone to help people in lower populated areas find games. The matchmaking servers rememeber your "lag" or lack of connectivity to specific servers, and removes them from your server list if they get to be unplayable. There are multiple modes to play, solo, coop, pvp, survival, challenge. You can replay this game a lot. And while there are some wait times, they pale in comparison to games like League of Legends, with 1 hour queue times for a game.

The game that is free to play allows the basic gameplay without "VIP" access. Basically, allows you all the things VIP gets, with the exception of diamonds. And even then VIP is only $5 to get if you choose it. The basic gameplay doesnt hold back any content, without VIP however, and you can still experience a very good game.

All in all, the game is worth it in my opinion. It has been around for 2+ years, just got a contract with Ubisoft to release the Xbox version of it, and is growing. Worth the time if you like RTS/MOBA style games.



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Verfasst: 6. Januar
Early Access-Review
Free2Play without unfair purchases. Very interesting spin on the real-time strategy gameplay.
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130 von 204 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
13.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. Januar
Early Access-Review
If This game was a potato it would be a good potato
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79 von 119 Personen (66%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
214.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. November 2014
Early Access-Review
"Early Access" review, as such it is subject to change as the game progresses.

Edit- 12/20/2014
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The frame rate drops mentioned below have been resolved with a recent update. However ping restrictions remain, even for private co-op games. The popup displayed below has also been removed.
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I love AirMech and hate that I cannot recomend it.

AirMech is an interesting mix of MOBA and RTS elements with cool mechs and interchangeable pilots that add different stat bonuses.

You have Creeps that scurry across the map similar to a MOBA, but you capture outposts and use those to build units to either defend or attack, similar to an RTS.

There is a solo mode, co-op, and pvp. My experience is primarily in solo mode due to the exact reasons I cannot recomend this game.

Solo mode itself is limited to 60 minutes a day unless you upgrade your account to Silver VIP, purchasing Gold VIP or Prime will accomplish this as well.


Now then, to those "reasons" I hinted towards earlier. Carbon has designed AirMech without any form of lag compensation. Before the ping limit was added, if you joined a game with more than 150 ping you would cause screen freezes for everyone in the match.

Higher ping would cause dramatically worse freezes. For years, Carbon has said they are working on it and looking for a solution... Well, they found their solution. Carbon has added a rather low ping limit which limits high ping players strictly to solo play, you can not even have a private match with friends.

If your ping is affected by said ping limit, you will see this every time you log in: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=342205076

FYI I'm based in the US

Carbon devs do not see this as an issue and act as if they do not care. I have been told that no games compensate for ping above 200 and that I should find another game after asking them about issues with ping, long before there was a limit.

As a Prime player, being told to find a different game by a lead dev after asking a question was off putting but I continued to play because I love the game.

Now in addition to all of the above, there are massive FPS drops that can only be fixed by changing video settings and this fix is only temporary, the drops will start again the next time the game is launched. Even the lobby is affected now, but that goes away once chat is hidden.

I have to lower my antialiasing to 0 and then bring it back up to 4 to stop the drops. Originally the devs blamed it on a bug with certain unit skeletons, and it has not been fixed. This began when Carbon started preparing AirMech for its Xbox 360 release and changed every UI in the game. Mind you my computer is above recomended requirements.

After all that has happened, my love for the game is wearing thin. I find myself not logging in to have fun but out of habbit to collect daily rewards. I can no longer play with my friends because Carbon has deemed the internet in my area unworthy.
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