Mini Preview: Machines at War

posted in Previews on June 30th, 2007

While waiting for my new toy to arrive, James from istopoe244 wrote in to inform me about a new game he has been working on for some time now.

isotope244, for those of you who have been in the scene long enough, is the developer of the brilliant Atomic Cannon (Pocket), a game that features two (or more) tanks with advanced weaponry, superb music, courtesy of subatomicglue and great gameplay.

I’ve only been playing Machines at War for an hour now, but I think that this will be another bestseller. The game has awesome graphics, even on Pocket PCs without a dedicated graphics chip, a nice score (not as good as the one from Atomic Cannon though) and even includes nice, military’ish radio effects.

Machines at War promises large battles, with a myriad of tools, such as Osprey VTOL planes, Artillery (with icons that look very familiar) and destructible terrain, something that many PC games don’t even have:

Machines at War


Grab the 1-hour-beta now, while you still can. This is definately a game you’ll want to play!