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About the Game
DETOUR is an exciting construction-based war game in which players pit their minds and their might against one another in order to safely guide a hapless delivery truck across a deadly battlefield! With DETOUR, Sandswept Studios puts a colorful twist on the RTS genre, creating a game that is both simple to learn, and complex to master — like a chess game with bombs! DETOUR sports endless amounts of unique strategies, a built-in map editor, AI opponents, 5 distinct modes of play, 27 singleplayer challenges, unlockables, online play, an epic soundtrack, and much, much more!
- 4-player multiplayer/coop
- 5 distinct game modes
- AI opponents
- Easy to learn, complex to master
- Built-in, easy to use map editor with map sharing
- 27 singleplayer challenges
- Unlockable visual truck themes
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
- Processor: 1 GHz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Hard Disk Space: 160 MB
- Video Card: DirectX 9 and Shader Model 1.1 support. 512 MB required.
- Sound: DirectX 9 Compatible Sound Card
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0.2 hrs on record
This is a game that expands greatly in the amount of ways you can beat your opponent, and is a decent game to play if you just want to practice strategies for other games in general. This game tried to be a strategy game and succeeded greatly at doing it, but the thing is you can't really do much with the strategies and fields you are given. It ends up just being the fact of who has more income and who has faster trucks and just ends up with a stand still most often between opponents. The missions were somehwhat difficult at first, but then you begin to learn and notices strategies you can use every time in order to beat them. Overall it is a nice game to play a round of with friends just to try new things and challenge yourself, but the initial game itself doesn't hold much strategy to it from there.