As a new Arms Dealer in the year 2025 you will bribe generals, build relationships, and trade over 250 real weapons. You'll be hunted by 4 law enforcement agencies as you compete with the top 10 Arms Dealers. You must find the best deals, rarest weapons and most useful vehicles to carry your goods.
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Release Date: Mar 26, 2015

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May 16

Free remake in the works and new game from Case In Point Studios

Hello Arms Dealers,

As many of you know, after 50 updates since our launch Arms Dealer still has a long way to go towards being the game we all dreamed of. While the game is fun for the majority of you, there is plenty of room to improve the game for modern tastes. The game was designed for a small niche of hardcore business simulation and exploration gamers but was later discovered by mainstream audiences who demand different types of gameplay experiences. The game also has some serious design and technical flaws due to my own mistakes and some financial restrictions.

I am now redesigning the game to make the game easier to play, faster to play and remove the more complicated aspects. We are also going to bring in a UI expert to redesign the user interface during the last stage. If you are one of the many who loves Arms Dealer as it is, don't worry. You will have an option in the main menu to play Classic Arms Dealer(as opposed to Arms Dealer: Rearmed) with the benefit of the new UI. This way I hope to make the majority of gamers happy. The remake will be free to all owners of the current game and the beta should be available in June. I will be adding content and the new UI with 10% of the first month's sales from Spy Agency Tycoon.

Spy Agency Tycoon is a Lite Management/ Tycoon game set in the Arms Dealer Universe. Much like the television show Archer, you will run your own private intelligence agency in the world of corporate espionage.

The game is currently playable and in testing with a team of loyal Arms Dealer fans from these Steam Forums and our Facebook pages. The game will be available for pre-order at a STEEP DISCOUNT next month on our upcoming website (coming this July). In the meantime, check out details on

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Arms Dealer
Original epic soundtrack - 14 songs
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About This Game


No one said it would be easy, taking over your father's smuggling empire. It's 2025 and the good years seem long past. So you start with what's left--a barely seaworthy yacht, a few million dollars and the last of your father's business connections who will still speak to you.

It would help if the old man prepared you for this day. But after a childhood of boarding schools around the globe, you hardly knew the man or his business. Now he's gone, and most of his fortune has vanished with him. To make matters worse, he disappeared owing millions to the kind people who approach debts with deadly seriousness. They say you have two years to pay up or... it's best not to think about that. Let's get down to business.

Two Game Modes and an Editor

The game features a campaign mode, with a rich story that explains the world of Arms Dealer in 2025. After one game in the campaign mode, you can play in the sandbox mode, with a variety of custom settings to suit your own playstyle. If you find the game just doesn't suit your ideal environment, you can use the editor to create your own goods to sell, change values, rules, the map and soon much more! Eventually, you can make a total conversion to the game with a powerful set of tools in our editor suite.

A Trading Game
Trade more than 250 real-life weapons with 160 countries around the globe. Start with one small yacht and if you play your cards right, you can eventually control a fleet of boats, trucks and aircraft to carry your goods.

A Diplomacy Game
For an Arms Dealer, everything depends on relationships. To win, you'll have to initiate and foster relationships with suppliers to get the best prices and the most coveted weapons. On the other end, you have to create lasting relationships with your customers to get them to pay higher prices and to purchase larger quantities from you. Those relationships can grow through proven loyalty, by completing special request missions, or by supplying their friends while denying weapons to their enemies. At times, good relationships are all that will save you from your enemies.

A Strategy Game
You must carefully choose the route you take from country to country to reach your destinations. A variety of map filters will help you plan the safest and most profitable routes across the globe. Along your journey, three agencies hound you and try to impose their agendas on you. Competitors also pose a constant threat. Ten of the world's top Arms Dealers are also vying for the most profitable deals and valuable auctions. You can ally with them, track their movements or even try to take them out. Your real nemesis is the APA, an agency whose sole aim is to hunt you down, shut off your access to trading partners and put you out of business. Only by maintaining strategic allies around the globe to protect your passage can you last long enough to raise the money you need to win.

A Collector's Dream
Arms Dealer features more than 250 weapons to collect, with more than 40 ultra-rare prototypes and historical oddities. It will take dozens of hours and dozens of games to find all of them. And your personal collection carries over from game to game. In the game, you will also find a rich perk system of gameplay advantages awarded for various accomplishments. Each one gives you a valuable edge in your battle for success, and survival.

System Requirements

    • OS: Vista
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Turion 64 X2
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900 video card MINIMUM 512mb VRAM
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct X-compatible sound card
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176 of 207 people (85%) found this review helpful
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Not Recommended
11.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 28, 2015
Updated Review
As requested by the developers in my comments I have now played the game again and I am updating my review accordingly. It's worth noting that this is written 9 days after the games release from Early Access - so supposedly a finished product.

The biggest change is that they have now fixed the fatal error bug that was making the game unplayable - I played the game for over 5 hours straight without a single crash. Crate auctions also now seem to work.

Unfortunately my assessment of the game remains the same, great idea, poorly implemented and now finally having been able to play it is my opinion that the gameplay itself lacks any substance.

Things that I believe are poorly implemented:
- The tutorial is awful, and even the biggest defenders of the game admit this. You can get the basics from it but its clunky.
- The UI / Menu system is also awful. Its particularly a problem for the tutorial where the tutorial instructions get obscured by pop up windows. In the actual game itself core functionality, such as saving, wanted lists, achivements / perks, missions / plot aren't accessible at all through a menu instead you need to use key bindings.
- One of the most common tasks you'll be doing in game is loading your transports with cargo and setting destinations and this is badly implemented, the interface for it is clunky and illogical requiring you to switch between a minimised window, but I also encountered a number of bugs where transports locations were incorrect i.e. listed as travelling when in fact in a country, and also when plotting the route only to find it thought the transport was in a different country. The pathing for the movement itself is also inconsistant e.g. its signigcantly quicker going from Russia to North Korea, than North Korea to Russia - as it takes a different route. Unless stationary your transports will more often than not appear as planes on the map, even after obviously traveling through a port and taking a sea route.
- There is no explanation of the target finder missions, and they are not built into the plot.
- The main story arc was broken for me when I purchased some discounted weapons but was intercepted causing me to automatically dump my stock so I couldnt complete the mission.
- The text e.g. "no longer for sell" is either written by someone who has English as a second language or... well lets not go there.
- It looks like a whole bunch of stuff that was planned hasn't yet been implemented in game i.e. reputation system doesn't seem to have any impact (and isn't explained anywhere), meeting demand doesn't impact sale price, wars don't seem to resolve as you'd expect, and a general lack of missions.
- There's a huge disconnect between sound and the game, what happens in game has no effect on sound at all that I could tell. Its just a sound track on loop alternating between things such as street noise and music. The only time sound comes into play is if you sit like an idiot and allow the countdown to a hunter catching you to get low.
- Not really important but as I made myself sit through it for the purposes of the review, the intro is the most boring and cliched crud I've ever come across. You sit there in complete silence for the intro too, it could have perhaps done with some voice acting, even if it was done badly by the dev team themselves.

Game play:
I played the game on normal difficulty and it was ridiculously easy. The forumla to progress is straight forward and repetive and offer no challenge or depth of strategy:
1. Buy interl for countries around Russia.
2. Repeatedly go back and forth between Russia (your starting location) and the country with the best sale price until you have enough money to upgrade your hull (capactity).
3. Complete the sale mission, and shortly after an order request.
4. This gives you enough money to may out your transport, buy another and bribe some generals.
5. At this point you'll have a couple of routes to choose from, and you just grind back and forth selling weapons to the same country listed on your intel.
6. Eventually you'll have enough cash to start a war. You can normally cause it to war with two otehr countries.
7. At this point you just go round to every supplier nation, buy everything up and then ship it to the warring nation.

That really is all there is to it. It quickly becomes repetitive and boring. The game could badly do with a complete overhaul of the story with the inclusions of missions to break up the grind. I enjoy games of this genre such as the orginal Uplink, but there's just not enough variety in Arms Dealer to keep it interesting for me. Some people clearly do enjoy it, maybe you'll be one of them.

I do have a huge problem with the developers of this game. They clearly made a choice to move from early access knowing that this would cause people such as myself to buy it. They then complain on the steam forums, direct quote:

"We do not ask for free positive review,how ever we do ask for you guys to be less eager at giving negative reviews, if theres something you dont like, hey post it here, we are almost 24/7 checking the forums,"

I think it illustrates a complete lack of respect for customers that they are pointing the finger at people reviewing a supposedly release ready game, when it was their eagerness to take our money that made them take it out of early access. They whine that EA didn't turn up all the bugs and necessary feedback to get the game right, and that they don't have money for "a room full of testers", not my problem I only care about the product I paid for. They've adopted an "everyone elses fault but ours" attitude, even blaming the Steam review system, whilst themselves trying to manipulate it by encouraging people to only leave positive reviews, saying planned DLC wont be free unless they get the needed sales. Hypocracy.

Original Review: Posted 28 March, 2 days after release of game from early access.
Avoid a FATAL ERROR - Do not buy

Great idea for a game, could have been amazing except someone got greedy and released it before it was anywhere near ready. In it's current state (supposed to be full release and not EA):

- Game crashes frequently giving a "FATAL ERROR" report, lots of people are reporting this on forums. Supposedly patched, but its still doing it just as frequently.
- No Save / load menu, you have to save games by pressing F5. You can only delete saves by quitting to the main menu, choose load and deleting from there.
- Its difficult to work out your most recent saved game after a crash because the values such as "play time" are all incorrectly set the same in the description.
- Assigned at least one mission with no explanation of how you got it or what you have to do. I'm referring specifically to the "target" mission you have upon starting the game.
- Some story missions fail to explain what you have to do sufficiently e.g. Country refreshes its stock. I completed it by accident.
- The family yacht is a plane.
- Winning crate auctions gets you nothing - guessing not implemented yet.

There will be plenty more but the game keeps crashing so I can't get to them to find out. Its a real shame, could have been awesome. I'm still going to persevere hoping they fix it.

Too many games like this eaither being released broken, or released from EA without meeting their promises. They are destroying their own industry.
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161 of 219 people (74%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 15, 2014
Ugh... I was so excited for this game, but it's from a new indie dev that isn't ready for primetime. As other reviews have noted, the UI is painfully bad and sometimes counter-intuitive. It's so early in development that all you can do is shuffle arms to make money. Doing so is fairly dull feat, as all of the potentially interesting content: alignments, rivals, law-enforcement, plot, quests, aren't implemented yet.

This game could theoretically get better, but right now I can't recommend it.


Bottom line up front: Still underwhelming.

The UI has gotten better but is still not good. The popup dialogs are still obtrusively large and don't close/minimize in a common sense kind of way. The tutorial popup is particularly bad as it's opaque, unmovable and stays behind most the other popup dialogues. The other UI element, the world map has gotten slightly better but is still lacking. You still can't scroll the map at all (arrows, WASD, or mouse drag) and can only do point zooms with a scrollwheel. Some of the countries are so small that you'll be pixel hunting to click on "The Random Islands" (ingame country name for the Maldives, no clue why).

Some new mechanics were introduced. Building and upgrading vehicles is actually interesting. Bidding on blind crates is a decent mini-game. So are the "Black Umbrella" terrorist acts to trigger wars.

Still the overall game is painfully dull. It takes a certain lack of vision to make arming Iran with Israeli arms for an invasion of Central America boring.
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57 of 75 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 27, 2015
I really liked the idea about this game, traveling around the world selling weapons to corrupt generals and starting wars for profit.
I had some fun plaing this game but there are serious errors that make the game hard to play and ruins a lot of the fun.

But after one hour playtime the game crashed and i had to start over again, then i thought i better save the game quite often in a new game, but then i spendt half and houre more looking for the save button without being able to find it.
So really as it is now i can't play it.

Edit: one of the developers told me how to save, all i had to do was tp press F5, but there is something missing in a game where the developers need to tell you something like that.
So i did start a new game and played for a couple of houres or so, only interrupted by crashes every 10 minutes. but the day after when i wanted to play on the game said the savegame was missing some files.

The game is reasonably entertaining but there are a lot of stuf in the game that could be reworked a bit more.
-The tutorial is horible, it's really hard to follow what it wants
-The user interface is a mess, everything you click on opens a new window on top of other windows and then and you othen need to go through a lot of windows to find what you want
-The game can sometimes be hard to understand as it does a lot of illogical things
-The game crashes a lot
-The game is full of bugs

But still if the savegame thing is fixed i think this is a game i would want to spend some time on
Also, it's a shame the game don't support Linux or Mac
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41 of 51 people (80%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
27.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2015
I'm not one to badmouth other people and i've never gave a negative review in my life, but consumers deserve to hear the truth about this game, since I cannot stress enough how you must AVOID this game like the plague.

I gave this Jason Huskie a fair chance and told myself withhold a launch review to judge this game by the end of the year when all bugs and mistakes were out of the game.

None of this has happened.

At first, I was charmed by the concept of an Arms Dealer game and the promises of the developer to listen to the community. That is the reason I was one of the first people to buy this game at launch and help the developer to actually make a succesful and worthwhile game (explains the number of hours i've put into this ♥♥♥♥ game)

The people were BEGGING for a tutorial or even a hint on what this game was about, but Jason Huskie said "no, this is like a Paradox Interactive game. It is too deep to compress into a tutorial or explanation. Everybody that ISN'T complaining has fun with the game!"

No, everybody else 1) gave you a chance 2) stopped caring. even you, Jason Huskie, stopped caring by not even bothering with your "Community" approach and just dump this game in a hole in the grond like the deformed baby it is.

The score says enough about the quality of this fecal storm.

I cannot expres my anger, frustration and disappointment by the shear ARROGANCE of the most ♥♥♥♥♥♥ dev/publisher (Jason Huskie) of 2015 (there, i've said it. THE MOST ♥♥♥♥♥♥ GAME I'VE PLAYED ALL YEAR).
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20 of 22 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 29, 2015
OK this game, my opinion, this game is a great concept, it sounds fun, it sounds like you can spend a lot of time on it. When i started playing, the UI just doesnt work, its awful. The gameplay, well its not bad but its just let down by lazyness, the devs of this are so lazy and awful, almost 2 months and only a few bug fixes, if the devs got there finger out it would be allright, but simply just a cash grab at this stage.

Pros:Great idea, not bad gameplay, interesting idea in the game other than the main idea, a story that isnt totally rubbish and some interesting guns to buy and sell.
Cons:The visuals are terrible, so bad, the UI is utter ♥♥♥♥, the game stutters so much, lots of pictures are not there, gameplay is very very slow at first. Also the countries are so unrealistic its funny.

So, this game is a good idea, an untapped market dare i say, but executed so badly, the devs are so lazy and just awful, i heop they read this and realise what a cash grab this is, im allready getting a refund for this, i wanted to like it but its just too unfinished, also claming this is a finished game, no just no.
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18 of 21 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 30, 2015
In a game that's all about the interface, the interface is a nightmare. Would not recommend on this alone.

Pros: Interesting concept, variety of weapons, a few fun ideas

Cons: Interface borderline unusable, text is chopped and poorly rendered, overall uninteresting rather quickly
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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
91.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2015
Would have to say No on this game, as the Tutorial only shows you the basics of the game, it does not teach you how to auto trade or talk to other gun runner, or agencies. thus you have alot of achievment in which you want to complet but simply cannot because you do not know how to.

My main gripe is the auto trade, i have tried to figure it and have looked on youtube and read some of the forums on how maybe how to do it, so with that said I am left to Micor manage one friggen Vehicle, with so much of the same, go here buy this go there sell that, fly back to here blah blah blah. so score 4/10 in my book. Needs work and maybe a better tutorial or some extra vids on how to certain things. LIKE AUTO TRADE,
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31 of 47 people (66%) found this review helpful
10.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 31, 2015
Rarely have i seen a team engaged so closely with the community!

The game itself is very interesting, and doesn't crash at all anymore (at least for me). Of course, it you don't like business sims, you won't like it. You play an arms dealer (duh) who is set to became the leader of its trade. You manipulate governments to escalate wars, track down the best deals, build your own logistic fleet to move the hardware around; all to make a neat profit. Of course, there is governmental agencies who tracks you down and bounty hunters to escape, and still more coming!!

On the other hand, the learning curve is not for everyone, i dont recommend to buy this if you like having you hand held through most of the game, or dont like making errors. You will learn from them, but it might cause you to lose at first.

Very good progress have been made by the developers to make the game worthy of a finished product, and they are still working on it very diligently. I may not show many playtime here, but i got the game from a certain place first, where the developers themselves wrote that " trial by torrent is a viable scenario, especially for indies. " which i agree completly. The simple fact that they took the time to post this made me buy the game right away; a company such as this deserves to be supported. I'm more than happy to help people who assume their errors, and go out of their way to make the best possible product, literally fixing bugs reported in the forum and then coming with a hotfix in the following hours. Keep up the good work, at this rythm, this rough but beautiful gem will become a marvelous jewel only asking to be discovered.


+Great support from the developer
+Lots of regular updates and fixes, based on YOUR input
+Deep gameplay with various strategy

-Still a bit rough around the edge (missing icons, some clumsy menu, etc)
-Learning curve is not negligible, even with the (outdated) tutorial

Don't buy if you dont like indies, wait if you are not sure about the state of the game, or buy if you know like me that this underdog is much worth supporting; i'm already having great fun with it :)
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55 of 91 people (60%) found this review helpful
16 people found this review funny
26.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 4, 2015
I Found the game to be a tad bit confusing at first, but eventually I got right into it and ended up playing for 5 hours straight! Selling hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Javelin missile launchers to fuel a civil war in the middle east is oddly very satisfying! :D I would definitely reccomend picking it up for $14.86!

- Lots & lots of cool weapons
- Awesome soundtrack
- Feel like Nicholas Cage
- Game is still early access so lots of room for improvement
- Easy to use layout
- Great development team!

- Early access so still a few bugs to be worked out
- Slightly confusing at first, not much of a tutorial

Even in its unfinished early access state, I would rate this game 8/10
This game has some serious potential once fully completed!
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16 of 21 people (76%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 1, 2015
This is a great little game, but you need to understand what you are getting into. I have two large warnings, I think you won't be happy if you are not comfortable with these:

- It is very much an indy title. The interface is a bit rough, and sometimes difficult to interact with
- There are some bugs here and there, but the developers are responsive and a new patch just rolled out

The game is often described as a Business Simulator. To be more specific, I liken it to a grown up version of the old DrugWars game. Buy low, sell high, pay off your loans, evade the cops.

That is it in a nutshell. Sounds simple, but there is a reason people still play DrugWars / DopeWars on every platform available: It's a fun formula. It replays well.

And Arms Dealer has a lot that it adds.:

- The variety of content and number of locations are huge.
- You have a wide selection of public and private transportation options.
- You can build and customize your transport vehicles
- You can involve yourself in global politics, and instigate wars to manipulate markets
- The metagame of evading law enforcement as well as headhunters adds a great layer of excitement

But I can't overemphasize my first two cautionary elements. This is not a high-gloss title with millions of dollars behind its development. It has some problems, and the interface can be a real challenge. If you are easily frustrated or don't have the patience to learn something that is a bit counter-intuitive, this probably isn't for you.
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Clp81_the gamer/ Lo Wang
1.8 hrs
Posted: September 29
Okay, this game is halfway good, but only if you have the brain of an Proffessor or are an Computer expert, this game is complex i get it, but that most people say: i cant even finish the tutorial! this is the truth for me, the game is somewhat broken, it works fine exept of 2 things: I CANT BUY WEAPONS IN A DIFFRENT COUNTRY! and if i enter a country it auto-loads my goods in a warehouse and i cant get weapons out of the warehouse.

As a big fan of the Anime Jormungand (what reminds me abit of this, social exeptable arms dealing in the high level) this makes me sad, i whant to play a Arms Dealer game were i buy cheap and sell wenn somebody needs it, just if i cant buy cheap in South Sudan (a black market statistic says one AK is 50$) becuse i can only buy guns in russia its frustrating and the worse part is, there wont fix it....

so if you dont fix things yourself becuse your a Grade A modder then keep your hands out of your wallet and buy Jormungand, its not a game but its 100 times 4 better then this.
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0.5 hrs
Posted: September 22
I REALLY wanted to like this game, and I tried it before and was frustrated with the UI and the tutorial so I stopped, then I decided to try it again, and it was still clunky and not intuitive AT ALL. I think it is a great concept, but they tried to do too much at once and instead of having a few really great core mechanics to build on we were left with a whole bunch of poorly done mechanics that may have been great ideas, but executed poorly. I am hoping that the dev will continue with updates and maybe polish the game some, because it really does have a TON of potential. However, in the current state I would not recommend this game to anyone.
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Solid Snake
1.3 hrs
Posted: July 20
Way to complicated and 13$ why
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4.8 hrs
Posted: April 25
Nice game to spend some time on. Looks like they are redoing it to improve it further. Recommended if you like sims and thematic.
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Sir Edward Astralis
1.6 hrs
Posted: March 17
t t t turd turd turd, turd is the word. buggy as hell, terrible gameplay. dont buy this game for any amount of money.
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1.1 hrs
Pre-Release Review
Posted: February 20
I was waiting and waiting for this game to be completed and it never was. never will be.
most of the alpha-stage early access games are more complete than this piece of ♥♥♥♥.
mr jason is just regular thief and nothing more

DO NOT BUY THIS GAME no matter how insane you are.
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4.5 hrs
Posted: February 15
Ive loved games like dope wars, drug lord, now there is a Gun version I almost blew my wad. I am an actual Firearms and Car collector. I love Guns, Cars, Women, And Yes this game. Now this game is not a pop and play. IT took time to firgure things out. I read that there was no tutorial, I for one hate tutorials. I mean Im a dude guys if I buy something from (fill in the blank) that needs assembling, whats the first thing guys like us do? we toss the instructions. I cant stand playing Android games because majority all have a tuturial, It might just be me because im being impatiant but seriously this game is great in my view. The game has a hard learning curve so if thats not your cup of tea I suggest its not for you. If your like me and enjoy a challange then buy this game.
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0.4 hrs
Posted: February 10
Game does not work it bugs out from the start. Very hard to figure out or even to get started.
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5.5 hrs
Posted: February 7
What can i say about arms dealer. Well might as well start with the good so.

The Good.
To be continued
Ok so to follow up that all star lineup the bad.

The Bad.
1.The tutorial is just plain awful, it explains nothing and also the lack of ability to destabalise germany is disconcerning
2. Due to point 1. unless you have no life you will not get past this problem so at this point you might be thinking i just dont know how to play the game. You would of course be correct, the tutorial is ♥♥♥♥.
3. At this point you think to yourself I wont buy this game, That would be a good decision.
4. You might be thinking can this person write anything else bad about this game and the answer is no. The tutorial sucks.

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0.4 hrs
Posted: February 6
Made the mistake of giving this a chance, hoping everyone just had high expectations. This game is garbage. Nothing works, not even the tutorial. When you buy weapons they disappear from your inventory. It had promise, too bad the devs didnt. Steam needs to pull this dogshit and bring back good games, like The Battle for Middle Earth series. Glad im only out 4 dollars,( you got me again steam ), NO ONE SHOULD EVER BUY THIS.
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