A superb tactical inventory management simulator.
Men of War is at its best when it is exploring the intricacies of men carrying things. Gripping shuffling-crap-back-and-forth action is, however, occasionally interrupted by other soldiers with different uniforms who show up at random and shoot at your own troops. The only function of this feature, as far as I can tell, is to deplete your own ammunition; if one of your units dies it's either entirely shruggable or a nigh-mission-failure anyway, so it doesn't matter much.
And ammunition micromanagement is what Men of War excels at. It's enthralling to send a truck scurrying around the map to scrape up spare machine gun ammunition for your tank which is locked in combat with a large number of enemy soldiers who are unreasonably insistent upon its demise. There is also tons of pixelhunting fun to be had trying to click on the thing you want to click on, with tension provided by the ever-present possibility of accidentally telling a soldier to take cover on the wrong side of a wall or do something similarly bat-guano stupid.
(I'm not sure why Steam says I don't recommend this game; honestly, it's the best man-to-man cartridge-counting game around.)