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BattleForge is a discontinued video game that was developed by EA Phenomic and published by Electronic Arts in 2009. BattleForge is an online card-based real-time strategy (RTS) game. The game's servers were shut down on October 31, 2013. Battleforge was developed by EA Phenomic and published Electronic Arts. It was released on Windows in March 2009 along with a demo. On May 26, 2009, BattleForge became a Play 4 Free game.
BattleForge is a real-time strategy game, made by EA Phenomic with Trading Card Game elements. There are also RPG elements revolving around the upgrading of cards. Experience real-time strategy in a whole new dimension! Each battle is different, every army unique. Create your own army of powerful creatures and powerful soldiers. Lead your army in epic battles online - together with your friends or against them!
BattleForge comes prepped and ready with four ready-made faction decks based on the four elements in the game . Players can use BattleForge Points to purchase new cards in booster packs.
BattleForge comes prepped and ready with four ready-made faction decks based on the four elements in the game - Fire, Frost, Nature and Shadow and 3000 BattleForge points. Booster packs contain eight cards - 5 common, 2 un-common, 1 rare or ultra rare, all for just 250 BattleForge points.
and a primary interest in PvE to cleanup and maintain the PvE walkthroughs.
.: REVIEW :.
Hybridization in PC games has rarely been as ambitious and as well executed as in BattleForge, which expertly merges real-time strategy play with a collectible card game, thereby spawning its own genre, the RTS card game. The result is an innovative RTS game that rewards thinking on your feet, and a card game that puts thousands of opponents at your fingertips and brings your fantastic minions to life. Despite a few imperfections, BattleForge has the potential to captivate fans of both of its component genres. At its core, BattleForge is a real-time strategy game with a seamlessly integrated card game mechanic. You control an army of fantasy creatures and undertake missions, which are resolved through real-time battles with standard point-and-click controls and an excellent drag-and-drop control group interface. Instead of building structures to produce units, you summon your forces directly onto the battlefield by playing cards from your onscreen deck. Likewise, you can summon defensive towers and cast various spells in the same manner. Each card has a power cost, so you need to seize resource buildings called power wells to fund your war, as well as monuments, at which you build orbs that allow you to use increasingly powerful cards. For instance, you start each match with one orb and can play only level 1 cards, but when you build your second orb, you'll be able to play level 1 and 2 cards. This makes capturing and defending monuments and power wells central to your strategy. As for tactics, one important technique is matching the attack type of your units to the armor class of enemy units. Another tactical consideration is deciding between summoning your forces anywhere you have a ground unit or tower, causing the new troops to suffer a temporary health and ability loss, or summoning them at one of your power wells or monuments for instant full effectiveness. Playing RTS matches in BattleForge is a blast, but you can also derive hours of enjoyment outside the battlefield by planning, designing, and tweaking your virtual decks. There's no limit to the number of different decks you can make, so there's no limit to the number of classes or "specs" you can play with the same character. Each deck can have up to 20 cards, and each card belongs to one of four schools of magic--fire, frost, nature, or shadow--and is color-coded red, blue, green, or purple, respectively. Similarly, the crucial orbs you control on the battlefield are color-coded, and you need to decide what color orb to build when you capture a monument. To play a shadow card, for instance, you must have a purple orb, and so on. Figuring out how many orbs and what colors you need may sound complicated, but it's executed with a simple and intuitive dot system.
.: NOTES :.
From May, the game has entered the "Play 4 Free" games category. So, it can be played online freely, but at certain conditions:
1. The game is free and it's free to download and play it;
2. You must have a FREE EA account to log in and play;
3. There's an in-game store where you can buy some things paying with real money;
4. You can also play without buying BattleForge points (points used to buy things in the in-game market);
5. The game has limited functions until you reach a certain level.
Battleforge Play 4 Free conditions
1. You can't send mail with attachments in-game;
2. You can bid at Auction (to purchase new cards), but you can't offer your cards in Auctions;
3. You can't trade your cards for another cards;
4. These conditions will be applied until you reach Lv 4 in PvE and Lv 10 in PvP;
5. You must archieve BOTH this results to unlock 100% game functions.[/CITA]
A recent update will let you gain BattleForge Points without buying them. You will gain 1 BP for every day in which you play for at least 15 minutes.
.: SCREENSHOTS :.
.: Technical datas :.
Size: 315 MB
Languages: English - Deutsch - Française - Русской (Russian)
Developer: EA Phenomic
Official Site: http://www.battleforge.com/en/home/
Release Date: 27 March 2009
Release Content: Game installer and 7 Videotutorials
.: Requirements :.
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
CPU: 1,8GHz AMD64 or Intel Core (or better)
RAM: 512 MB (XP), 1 GB (Vista/7)
VGA: NVidia GeForce 6000-Series or ATI Radeon 9500 with 128 MB RAM or better
Disk Space: 10 GB Free Space at least
Monitor: At least 1024*768 resolution required
Internet Connection: Required, there isn't an Offline mode.
.: Install Notes :.
1. Double click on the "BattleForgeInstall.exe" file
2. Install the game
3. Start the installed client
4. Create a FREE EA account or log in if you already have one
5. Let the game updates (the first update will be of 3.7 GB)
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