Build a wooden fort, place your units, watch the mayhem!
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Dec 22, 2017

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June 21

New unit, Rocket Artillery!

Hello everyone!

In this update I am introducing a new unit, the Rocket Artillery! It fires 5 rockets at a target, followed by a long reload. It has low accuracy, and low health, but deals lots of damage, and a high cost.

I've added difficulty levels to the Turf Wars game mode. It starts off fairly easy, and and should build up in difficulty. I might need to balance it a little bit.

I've also added 3 new missions to utilize all the new units.

I've made several bug fixes in this update as well.

In the next update I will try to tackle a bug that was in the game from the very beginning. It is when your units won't attack if their target is too high or too low relative to them. This has to do with the animations, so I would need to add some more animations allowing units to aim up/down.

People have been suggesting units with melee abilities. I want to start working on these types of units next. I will see how it goes, and hopefully, the next unit will have a melee attack!

That is all for now.
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May 26

Workshop Support is here!

Hello Everyone!

In this update I'm introducing Steam Workshop support. You can now share your custom battles on the Steam Workshop.

In order to use the Steam Workshop, you need to have the Steam Client running, and you need to own the game on Steam.

To Upload to the workshop, go to Sandbox mode, create whatever battle you want to create, then click on the Save button at the top. Below the 9 save slots, you will see a "Save To Workshop" button. Clicking that button will bring up a new window in which you can enter the Title and Description of your game. It also automatically generates a Thumbnail for your battle. Clicking on the Thumbnail will generate a new image, from a different camera angle. Once you are ready to upload click on the Upload button. You should see a box that says "Uploading" and if the upload is successful you will see a box that says "Success."

To Download a file from the workshop you first need to subscribe to that file. Currently, there is no way to subscribe from within the game, so you have to go to the Workshop Tab on the store page, and subscribe to items manually. Once you subscribed to some items, launch the game, go into Sandbox mode and click load. In the load window there is a new button called "Load From Workshop." Clicking that button will display the items you are currently subscribed to. Click the Load button to load the file into the game.

That's all I have for this update, and it took quite a while to get everything sorted. I hope to expand on the Workshop in the future, adding Custom Units and Custom Weapons, but for now that's all I have.

Be sure to report any issues and/or suggestions regarding the Workshop.

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About This Game

Wooden Conflict is a fort building battle sim. You build a wooden fort, place units, and then watch the battle unfold. To win the game you either have to destroy all of your opponent's units, or capture their flag. Units can be toggled as either "offensive" or "defensive." When units are designated for offense, they will move towards the enemy flag, engaging any enemy soldiers they encounter along the way. Units designated for defense will stay where you place them, waiting for the enemies to come to them. If there are no more offensive units left on the map, the game enters a tie breaker procedure, where all defensive units are automatically switched to offensive mode, and all forts/blocks disappear to clear the way for the soldiers. The armies from both sides will march towards each other and engage in an epic showdown. Last army standing wins.


Missions involve different scenarios against the AI opponent. The objective is to defeat the enemy using a limited amount of resources. Strategic construction of the base, and choice of units is crucial. Carefully planning and executing your strategy is the only way to victory.


There are nine challenges in the game, three for Rifleman, Musketoon, and Sniper. For the Rifleman challenge you are only allowed to use Riflemen, same goes for Sniper and Musketoon challenges. The objective of the challenge is to only use the available units to defeat the enemy. Completing the challenges will unlock new weapons for your units. You can select the weapons from the Armory tab in the main menu.

Wave Survival:

In Wave Survival, you are pitted against endless waves of enemies. You get more resources and face more enemies with each subsequent wave.

Sandbox Mode:

Sandbox mode allows the player to place a large number of units and build up bases for both teams. The player can use this mode to mess around with different units and experiment with different strategies.

The game currently has five units: Rifleman, Cannon, Sniper, Musketoon, and Medic. Each unit is designed to fill a specific role on the battlefield and making smart unit choices is key to a well balanced army. The infantry units come with several weapon options which have varying stats such as accuracy, damage, and rate of fire.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 4 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1 GB of Video RAM
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
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