Wargame: AirLand Battle Crack/Patch

Wargame: AirLand Battle Wargame: AirLand Battle allows players to command all military resources of the Cold War era from tanks to planes. A total of 150 planes strengthen the playable arsenal of the game, from fighters to bombers to electronic warfare planes. Four new nations and their vehicles join the original eight from the first installment, making a total of over 750 vehicles and combat units rendered in realistic detail! Wargame: AirLand Battle also brings authenticity to the next level thanks to a new weapons system, better handling of fire effects, and a new Urban Combat Interface (UCI) allowing for battle inside cities.

Download Wargame: AirLand Battle Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
8.2
Downloads 2519
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, Tactics
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Eugen Systems

Wargame: AirLand Battle reviews ( 7 )

HEIMDAL13, Feb 22, 2014

Wargame Airland battle is one of the best strategy games of all time! Realistic, with so much detail, and lots of fun. The deck system is amazing, with more than 800 units! You can create your own army, whit infinite combinations and bonus. The units are incredible detailed, and behave like real counterparts. Multiplayer matches are awesome, with different game modes and maps, very frenetic and spectacular battles. Must buy for strategy fans and military enthusiasts.

freemangl, May 29, 2013

The BEST RTS game ever made! Much Much better than COH2/SC2/WC3 or any of these RTS games. -Modern war -Great graphics -Great handing/battle feel -Realistic/large scale -Strategic zoom -A lot of units

LoboDerPraesi, Jun 5, 2013

Great tactical strategy game with a really nice scale. Wargame Airland Battle is an awesome strategy game because it features something that not many games like this have but which, in my opinion, greatly increases the fun a really good scale! In WAB you fight on really large maps and thus, the units have a somehwat realistic shooting and viewing range. In this game, a normale tank shoots at about 500m range and not like 30m compared to other strategy games. This allows for much more and deeper strategies because flanking and movement becme much more important and more fun and rewarding! Overall the game just feels better and more realistic just because of this gameplay element. The next thing is, the units have a good damage output and armor/health. In this game, your heavy battle tank can shoot down a light tank with one hit instantly while getting nothing themselves. That means, that there is no more spamming of little units that are able to kill any foe, just if you bring enough of them. You have to be very careful what you are attacking. Again, this leads to the player needing to develop more and deeper tactics in the battle and makes the game feel more realstic and more rewarding. The last thing that is really nice about WAB is the huge (and i mean HUGE) amount of different units that are in the game. You have not only many different categories of units but in each of them you have a wide selection of them. And they all differ in the many nice features and stats that each unit has, making them useful and giving them the right to be there and not being just for the numbers... Graphis are nice as well, the units are very detailed and sharp when you zoom in to the maximum and trees, plains, towns and so on look nice as well. The Sound is good as well, the firing sounds nice and are what you would expect from your units. The mediocre campaign is no really big deal because WAB is designed to give intense tactical battles in multiplayer or skirmish which works really well. Overall, this game is what i have waites for because i really like the more realistic games with a big scale and often critical damge that unis are able to dish out because this is much more intense than the somewhat lame short range stand-offs like in your c&c...

TheReaper1221, Oct 10, 2013

This is one of the best RTS games I have ever played. I used to shy away from multi-player in RTS games, because i always though i sucked. With this game, i finally tried it. The games single player is really terrible, and i think it was just stuck on there at the end. The multi-player makes up for it though. There is huge unit selection, and many strategies to choose from. If you are completely unwilling to play RTS games in multi-player, then this game isn't for you. If not, get it, it's great. Unfortunately, due to the bad campaign, i can't give it a 10.

azgoodaz, Jul 19, 2016

The Wargame series is actually the few RTS games that I will actually play (I'm not a big fan of Starcraft). Wargame: AirLand Battle is a modern take on RTS. The vehicles ranges from recon Humvees to recon helicopters, M1 Abrams tank for heavy lifting, Black Hawk helicopters to bring in troops on the ground and much more. With over 10 factions that you can choose from and each one ranging with different variants of vehicles in that faction. Plus the 13 maps (some include 2v2 and 3v3 maps). The game and strategy of the factions is endless. If you play against the AI via the solo skirmish match, and if you don't know what you are going. You are going to get destroyed by the AI. They will just cause rain of fire on you with long ranged missiles basically trapping you inside your base. Pick the right faction and you can be victorious. Tip: As of 7/19/16, you can download/get the free DLC called "Wargame: AirLand Battle - Magna Carta DLC."

dudeman, Nov 3, 2013

Wargame: AirLand Battle is one of the biggest RTS titles of this year. ALB offers a wide variety of vehicles and infantry to command during battles. It features a typical "capture and hold a sector" gamemode as well as some others, including a destruction gamemode where players win by scoring points for destroying enemy units. ALB also offers 10 vs 10 multiplayer (currently on one map only) which is quite awesome. Pros: - Semi-large scale depending on the map - 10vs10 multiplayer possibility - Dedicated servers (currently in testing) - Co-operative gameplay is a possibility - Campaign that can be played online - Good sound design - Well engineered maps - No stupid unlocks (as with Wargame: European Escalation) Cons: - Overdone tracers, tanks look like they are shooting lasers - Infantry shoots through walls of buildings - Some unit movement glitches - Unrealistic engagement distances (game will tell you a tank can engage at 2000 meters however 2km ingame is what would seem 700 meters in reality) - Some units are useless and nerfed too much (why is there even balance at all in a game that bases on vehicles that exist in real life?) - Aircraft have no flares (however they have what the game claims to be ECM which most of the available aircraft did not have at the time they were in active duty) - Unrealistic infantry movement and formations (soldiers don't take cover, they just stand there getting shot at) Overall gameplay is very good, I was surprised at what this game can do, while there are inevitably issues and design flaws, ALB makes up for it in gameplay. It's a real shame this game does not sell as well as we would all like and there is not many players around. Recommend this game to anyone that likes good RTS games.

and0r, Aug 7, 2014

This game is an obvious ripoff to World in Conflict / RUSE but is needlessly slow and boring, where you have to manually adjust everything like an autistic sloth, among many other annoyances, in which I could go on about all day. This game somehow got attention through steam-hype and mysteriously gets a drastically unrealistic user rating presented here. The entire Wargame franchise is quite bland, it doesn't even bring solid graphics, which would alleviate the mundane burden of control and actually make the game worth putting up with. Please keep in mind that the graphics here are not even on par with games that are 7 years older than this, but rest assured that it's the gameplay that ultimately ruins it. Although simpler and more arcade-like, World in Conflict is much more fun. More "depth" (lol) does not necessarily equal more fun, especially in the case with the Wargame series.