Dirige a tu ejército en el campo de batalla en este competitivo juego de estrategia por turnos. Elije una de seis facciones exclusivas, crea tu ejército escogiendo entre una amplia gama de armamento y sube de nivel a medida que luchas para dominar el mundo. Únete a la guerra en línea!
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"A convincing good dieselpunk alternate-WW2 pits 6 broad factions with varied and unique units each against each other on a global map in classic TBS."

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31 de julio

Weekly Dev Blog: July 31st, 2015

Check out the (still pretty new) weekly dev blog. This time we explain a little more about UGUI and also talk about why we didn't patch this week.

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17 de julio

Hotfix Changelog, Build #38126

Hotfix, Build #38126


  • Tsuwamono now appears properly in the deploy menu. Note that this unit is immune to fire damage.
  • We implemented code that should prevent the AI from moving to spots it shouldn’t be able to.
  • Assault battles no longer start players with Command resources.
Known Bugs
  • The Machiavelli medal appears as a big white box. We figured getting the fixes out was more important that solving that visual issue.
  • PvP matches may display the wrong amount of Manpower resource for second player (4+4 instead of 10+4). This is purely visual; the resources are, in fact, there.

As always, you can view the full changelog history on our website. Click here

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Acerca de este juego

Es el año 1947. El mundo está devastado debido a la guerra. Únete a una de las seis facciones en guerra y lucha por la dominación global, en un mundo donde las fronteras se desplazan rápidamente a medida que unas batallas se ganan y otras se pierden.

Se trata de March of War. Un juego en línea de estrategia por turnos, ubicado en un mundo dieselpunk, donde la estrategia y la potencia son la orden del día. Toma el mando y dirige a tu ejército hacia los campos de batalla en 3D que te permiten evaluar la zona de guerra desde todos los ángulos. Despliega una amplia gama de vehículos, infantería y artillería en los lugares donde sus armas específicas puedan ser más eficaces.

Destruye a tus enemigos y captura su territorio para subir en los niveles de tu facción. Asciende lo suficientemente alto y tendrás el honor de unirte al Alto Mando de tu facción o incluso ser escogido como Líder de una Facción. Alcanzar el estatus de Alto Mando o Líder de Facción expande el juego en una intrincada red de lealtades y traiciones políticas, donde tus decisiones influyen directamente en el curso de la guerra, a medida que te esfuerzas por llevar a tu facción a dominar el mundo.

    Las características clave incluyen

  • Guerra táctica - Juega inteligente y sucio para conquistar el mundo dieselpunk, devastado por la guerra.
  • Elige por lo que luchas - Las seis facciones son muy distintas. A cuál serás leal
  • Juego de múltiples jugadores – Hay jugadores esperando en todo el mundo. Únete a un co-op o PvP y marcha hacia adelante.
  • Comienza tus propias batallas - Skirmish te permite configurar batallas personalizadas para un nuevo reto o simplemente por diversión.
  • Campos de batalla realistas en 3D - Ve los fuegos artificiales a medida que tu ejército choca con el enemigo, en paisajes que van desde selvas hasta desiertos.
  • Una mezcla de unidades clásicas y exóticas - Un tanque Sherman podrá contra un Warbeast?
  • Entre batallas - Construye tu ejército, forma grupos de batalla e investiga sobre las nuevas armas y habilidades.

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
    • OS:Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 2.4 GHz
      AMD Athlon 64 X2 Duel Core 5200+
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:nVidia GeForce 7 series or ATI Radeon HD 2000
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:Generic Sound Card
    • Additional:Internet connection required
    • OS:Windows 7 SP-1 64-Bit
    • Processor:Mid to High Range Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU
    • Memory:8 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Nvidia GeForce GTX 285 or AMD Radeon HD 5830
    • DirectX®:10
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:Generic Sound Card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • OS:OS X 10.7
    • Processor:2.6 GHz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA GeForce 9400M
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:Generic Sound Card
    • Additional:Internet connection required
    • OS:OS X 10.8+
    • Processor:2.6 GHz dual-core Intel i5
    • Memory:8 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M (1GB GDDR5)
    • Hard Drive:8 GB HD space
    • Sound:Generic Sound Card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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Short version: MoW is pay-or-grind TBS game with severely unbalanced PvP, boring and repetitive PvE without real endgame objective and rewards, bad map design, long list of gamebreaking bugs, poor social features and no new major content after 1 year of release. It has good art and rare diesel-punk setting (6 unique factions). It was promising game during beta, but incompetent development killed it.

MoW playerbase is in decline since release with only 80-90 average players online lately: http://steamcharts.com/app/234310

Amount of racial and political slur you get here is immense. Game promotes racial and national hatred because every faction represents some sort of totalitarian real history state (fascist Europe, communist Russia, militaristic Japan etc). Some players are pure megalomaniacs believing they are ruling real empires.

For people who relentlessly spamming “not helpful” on complex reviews like this: I know your agenda, I know people behind this and I know they are connected with devs. Thank you for your attention but your efforts won’t save this game.


I am experienced MoW player, I have 6 lvl 30 + characters and played 400-800 games each (mostly pvp with 77-84 % winloss ratio). I am doing long breaks (for 3-4 months) and return to see if anything changed. Few old friends, beta participation and hopes for improvement kept me playing but MoW has reached point of no return. User reviews are for a long time mixed and it’s pretty obvious warning sign for anybody who wants to invest time in MoW.

Keep in mind MoW consumes too much time. You will spend a LOT of time passively (alt-tab) - waiting for someone to join PvP queue for 30 mins, waiting for AFK players or playing against slow opponent (4 mins each turn). Without real money you will spend HUGE amount of time building your army (hundreds of hours per char).

I will address balance, quality of development, community and support issues.

1). Balance (PvP and PvE). Well described issue, you will feel it right after few games starting second. On absolute majority of maps (after 2 years in development!) player who starts first have great advantage. On small assault maps player who starts first will not only capture nodes on his side of map but contest nodes on your side. So on second turn it will be already 3-4 nodes (which allow to field more troops) of player who starts first against 2 or even 1 node of player who started second without any chances of comeback for him.

Few bigger maps are more balanced in this way but first turn is still major advantage because even with equal numbers of nodes starter will always have more troops at the start of each new 2 turns cycle (unless he is completely bad and tend to sacrifice everything). In addition, on bigger maps faction balance became an issue: it is much easier to control flanks with long-range sieges of EA or cannon walkers of SU compared to other nations.

Blitz pvp mode looks more balanced but first turn player can attack your deployment zone or use powerful AOE damage command card before you can even move.

There is no matchmarking system in game – too few people playing; you already can wait for pvp match for 20-30 minutes. So expect meet lvl 30’s if you are level 1. Also expect to meet equal levels with much bigger and better army (bought for real money).

There are few units that needed to be nerfed long ago (spies, cossacks, assault bus to name a few) or buffed but compared to first turn advantage and bad map design this is non-issue really.
If you are good you will quickly end in situation where 1st turn win gives you no satisfaction and 2nd turn predetermined loss leads only to further frustration.

AI in PvE is non-existent. To make it harder, devs made PC cheat like there is no tomorrow – it spawns hordes of units regardless of any nodes controlled which just move at your side of map without any tactics involved. In siege mode waves of AI units march into your command structure not firing at your troops unless you block their path. PvE doesn't even have a some sort of endgame objective, global map just changes colors after all these grindy 1000's of battles.You conquer nation only to see it revolted and expanded back in no time.

2). Quality of development and bugs.
First of all, developers are amateurs, they have only some mods, one browser tactical game and primitive 3d shooter-tower defense in their resume. March of War started as browser game too so don’t expect good graphics, powerful engine or any extraordinary features. At least several of developers are ungraduated students (Damion etc). This fact defines their life experience and level of professionalism.

Development of this rather small game is incredibly slow. Every major patch brings game breaking bugs (new ones or restores some old). MoW was released almost one year ago (+ 1 year of beta). Since then THREE new units were added, some maps where changed and we have witnessed also few minor unit balance patches. They released so called expansion in the form of DLC. Right now it contains ONE PvE map with 2 more coming in distant future.

On a few occasions fellow players wrote a code for free to cover specific bugs for developers because they couldn’t do it themselves. Every iteration of MoW had major gamebreaking bugs. Right now we can list bugs such this (not fixed for months):

A). Instant captures of contested nodes on around 5 maps (at least). Most likely on all maps starting nodes can be instantly capped/contested (but match usually ends before you can see it).
B). Return of good old turn skipping bug. On some maps with NPC animals game skips turn of player who starts first (it looks like animals turn stuck and then jump to a second player turn).
C). Visual bugs. If your unit is killed sometimes you can see it survived on low health only to find on next turn that it was destroyed indeed (and node captured because instant capture bug exist). If you field troops in last seconds of your turn, your opponent will see them.
D). Command cards doesn’t work in last 10-30 seconds of match (but game still consumes them). Even one 4-5 command points card can cost you a game, not even talking about tactical nuke (12 points).
E) Some units are bugged. For example, EA engineer give free AoE heal for friendly armor (2 years old bug, extremelly annoying), pathfinding works strange sometimes etc.
F). Game is very unstable, it usually crashes.
All of this bugs confirmed by Adj (some sort of unpaid moderator) but not listed in known issues. False advert?

So game doesn’t really progress, both in quality and quantity.

3). How good is support?
Well, I still remember that comical situation around 10 months ago when it was possible to reach and destroy enemy command unit by chain medics and bazookas if UR player started first (in blitz) before his opponent can do something. I did dozen of reports with screenshots and finally got answer from one of the developers (Damion) that he DIDN'T find any mentioned games in my history.

Support is very poor. Some developers just don’t understand reported bugs or imbalances, some of them just don’t listen at all. In last months devs pretty much stopped to answer individual tickets.

4). Quality of community. Well, there are two main tendencies here. First – quickly dwindling numbers of casuals who are main source for real money for devs in MoW. Second – small but stubborn group of veteran players, most of whom are fanatical followers of developers and their creation. Dare not to cross them with some balance suggestions or bug reports – they will troll you extensively, citing how long they are playing and how many battles they have.

I will finish this with words of another reviewer dedicated to previous project of same team of developers:
“Yet another promising game becomes a shipwreck due to incompetent, greedy developers”

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This game is awful, full of annoying stuff that never changes and developed by one of the worst, uncompetent developement studios ive ever seen!

And what is their reaction to their decreasing player-base? They increased the free-currency costs for units significantly, which means that you will have to grind FOREVER to buy new units without spending money!
In the past, it was a bad, unfun grinding already, but now...

Welcome to the purest form of Pay2Win...
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this game is for kill time only.

there are lots of annoying bugs and imrpoved in small progress. unit designs are facinating and new units or campaigns comes out from time to time.
the reasearch point system became useless once you've leveled up to about 25, since you've unlocked all unit and ability.
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Most negative reviews you and I see are mainly focused on either:
-PVP matchmaking

The game is a little slow, and with the raised unit cost, a lot more slower. But this game is very fun should you look past that. Sure, it's a bit repetetive, but you can have massive amounts of fun if you are truely loyal to your cause. And this game comes with an awesome DLC that is FREE to download that will certainly give you a challenge :)
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