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Spill Iron Grip: Marauders

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Iron Grip: Marauders is an online free-to-play turn-based strategy game with tactical battles in spectacular 3D, all directly playable through your browser. Thanks to the innovative blending of a browser strategy game with Unity software, the game is able to deliver advanced strategic planning along with great looking individual battles played in a turn-based format.

In the land of Kathos, an aristocratic country caught up in internal conflict, the strain and turmoil has finally reached a boiling point. The troops of the Rahmos Protectorate States have moved to the southern border in expectation of a pending war with the neighboring Confederation of Nallum; leaving entire regions unprotected.

This situation has attracted the attention of marauders: mercenary pirates whose ranks range from highly trained ex-military men to common thieves. Many of these marauders came from Atelia, where they used to serve as soldiers of fortune for the Atelian tribal leaders.

As captain of a horde of airship-borne raiders, players roam the vast regions of Kathos in search of good smuggling opportunities and wealthy targets to raid. For the exceptionally bold marauder, there is the option to assault secret bases belonging to Bosses – assuming they can find enough allies to help them complete the attacks.

Key Features:

  • Tactical Combat – Fight challenging turn-based battles against fierce AI
  • Cooperative Multiplayer – Raid powerful Bosses with your friends for big rewards
  • Exciting Quests – Progress through a series of story based missions
  • Non-stop game development] – Continuous introduction of new game features
  • Immersive Visuals - Atmospheric graphics bring the Iron Grip Universe to life
  • Growing Universe – Rich back-story based on the ever-evolving Iron Grip Universe
  • PvP Battles - Fight against your friends or random opponents in PvP matches

Systemkrav (PC)

    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium 4
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:128MB graphics card with shader model 2.0
    • DirectX®:dx90c
    • Sound:Generic Sound Card
    • Other:Internet Connection
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Core 2 Duo
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • DirectX®:dx90c
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection

Systemkrav (MAC)

    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: Intel Mac
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Graphics: 128MB graphics card with shader model 2.0
    • Hard Drive:
    • Sound: Generic Sound Card
    • Other: Internet Connection
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 1.5GB
    • Graphics: 128MB graphics card with shader model 2.0
    • Hard Drive:
    • Sound: Generic Sound Card
    • Other: Broadband Internet Connection
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36 av 40 personer (90%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
75 produkter på kontoen
12 anmeldelser
1,077.0 timer registrert
Great concept, horrible devs, play it while you can, but never spend on it.

A rich, fun, unique steampunk world, promising turn based combat with great unit variation and wide range of choices, quite well balanced also; ruined by greedy developers who lie to their loyal fanbise, do not update the game for a year and when questioned about it they state a patch will come out soon just so another half year later there still be no patch or any upgrade (not that it wasn't blatantly obvious they just came up with the whole thing in the first place) and abandone this gem of a game to develop another game in the middle of the development / upgrade process of this one, for that other generic MMORTS they believed will bring in money (which also failed), leaving existing paying customers without any updates, yet still selling premium currency and promoting premium currency sales to scam the unaware and take their money when they do not intend to update the game anymore and focus on the new game which also fails due to their broken business model, incompetent marketing, failure to listen to player feedback, lack of updates and implementing needed features and the list goes on.

But what can we expect from devs who give you a bunch of christmas packs, 80% of which can only be opened with premium currency?! Unfortunatley by now even the not too large player base dissipated into a tiny fraction of its former size (only a few dosen people play the game, mostly new players as the majority of veterans left long ago) due to people became fed up with the treatment they got from the devs and the disappointment the lack of updates generated. Even new players realize what's going on (lack of players, lack of updates and a bunch of issues) after a few weeks of play, which is quite sad. Unfortunately the few who still play it has not much to do as the content is years old, repetitive and boring by now, including PvP itself.

It is also unfortunate that the dev team is falling apart (unsurprisingly), which means as this game relies on the server for even the singleplayer aspect, once they pull the plug all game progress and even the singleplayer will be lost, forever, even for paying customers. If you take my advice you won't waste money on this game, yet you play it as long as it is available to see and experience this nice game which could have been much, much more.

Yet another promising game becomes a shipwreck due to incompetent, greedy developers.™
Publisert: 17 Januar 2014
Var denne anmeldelsen til hjelp? Ja Nei
15 av 19 personer (79%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
45 produkter på kontoen
1 anmeldelse
106.7 timer registrert
Do not get me wrong this game is actually quite fun, but when left with a "would I recommend yes, or no" option I have to go with no. There are some pretty great ideas thrown in, with, as mentioned, very nice character designs and areas. However, it leaves MUCH to be desired.

First off, the thing that really urked me about the game, is that it's not really beginner friendly. I'm not completely new to the RTS genre, but I have been gone from it for a long time, and this game did not even slightly try and help me get back in my groove.

For starters, it has a rock beats rock, paper covers paper, scizzors cut scizzors gameplay. To elaborate, essentailly in most cases Infantry units are good against Infantry and Artillary units good against Artillary. This really annoyed me at first, and so far this has not changed yet and I am about 20 hours into the game. It does have exception, you can get Infantry that beat out Armored units, or Artillery, but in general get used to becoming enraged deep into a game when you try and make a move with your Infantry units to kill the CPU's infantry but then, now out of Action Points, you get killed by their Infantry units.

Also this game, at least when you're a noobie, is harsh on death, to the point it makes it not very fun to go forward with. Some of these ideas I do love, like keeping units that live and losing those that die in battle, but when you're new to the game, have very little in game currency, this can leave a very bitter taste. Also you as a "captain" have energy, that regenerates ONE per hour, each Quest or Mission takes multiple energy points and this can very much damage a newbies experience with the game. Imagine if you will playing 2-3 hours of a new game, getting into it, maybe being offput by it's difficulty or some gameplay mechanics but really interested in trying to do better or get better, but then just simply NOT being able to. This is how I felt during my first hours of the game. No energy, little money to buy new units, and very little idea on how to get a grasp on the game.

The second major flaw with the game is it's pay to play features, which are very blattant in being the only real way to enjoy the game for more than an hour or two a day.

I understand as an artist you gotta make a living too, it may be fun, may be your passion, but you still have bills to pay, food to buy, and other expenses just like the rest of the world. Hell being a full time musician I completely understand you HAVE to be paid for quality products you put hundreds to thousands of hours on, but some games are doing this well, and then some games are just butchering the idea. This game butchers the idea.

This can spark up debate within gamers, FTP is an amazing feature that is just barely getting it's first foot on the ground, with the mainstream anyway, but already having major success. The debate comes when deciding how the artist should make money, and these guys just don't do it well. My opinion on the matter is that a FTP game should have pay to play features that only either the hardcores would enjoy, or features that you can still play the game without, even if completely missing out. I've been persuaded to buy features in FTP games just becasue of how much I enjoy the core game, but THIS game basically makes you have to pay to just play the game, as aforementioned, more than just an hour a two a day.

This is a horrible model, and according to other reviews on Steam, a model for a game that isn't even being updated.

This game is fun, and I've gotten a lot better at it now so this is not just the rants of a newbie, but it could have been so much more.
Publisert: 9 Februar 2014
Var denne anmeldelsen til hjelp? Ja Nei
1 av 2 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1 produkter på kontoen
1 anmeldelse
92.9 timer registrert
I used to play a global strategy game, so I was attracted to this game when I saw it was turn based and combined infantry and armored vehicle units. I realized it was about multiple battles instead of one big battle, but was deeply impressed and glad I chose this game. Range, terrain, unit movement and unit type are all deep factors in combat and not just numbers. Movement isn't restricted to large tiles, so it really feels 3D and you can usually squeeze your infantry through spaces between other units. Both you and your opponent have good variety of units, and heroes are fun to use at the frontlines. I haven't tried PvP yet and the game isn't super active, but there is usually a group of people in the chat who give nice advice and can offer a PvP match regardless of what level you are.

I must warn you however, that this game is hardcore. When a unit runs out of health, it dies permanently and must be replaced by creating a new unit between battles. There is no surrender and retreat option, so losing a battle means losing all those selected units. Replacing units can become costly and time consuming. The Fog of War is annoying, although scout units lessen that significantly. Non-story missions have difficulty ranging from 1 (easiest) to 3 (hardest), but I rarely even do 2 shield missions because of the aforementioned loss of units. Even with these difficulties, I still enjoyed this game a lot and it's free so I highly recommend trying this game.
Publisert: 13 Mars 2014
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1 av 2 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3 anmeldelser
0.1 timer registrert
It looked like fun at first, but once I started playing I got bored and annoyed quickly.
- The controls were confusing.
- The game didn't explain itself clearly at the start.
- Very chaotic set-up
I think the concept had some potential, but it needs a lot of work.
Publisert: 25 Juni 2014
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3 av 6 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
66 produkter på kontoen
6 anmeldelser
438.5 timer registrert
Not recommended. ISOTX killed this game by introducing Pay to Win and limiting player choices. The community died out as ISOTX moved their developers to another cash grab game , March of War
Publisert: 14 Juni 2014
Var denne anmeldelsen til hjelp? Ja Nei