Friday 28 August 2015

Xenonauts - Strategic Map Screenshot

Xenonauts - Strategic Map Description
Xenonauts PC game - More explanation screenshots
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This is the strategic map from Xenonauts computer game. It's in real time and the speed is controlled from the up left arrows. The circlet with the stars are our bases. They have a radar range depending from the radar buildings in every base, that can detect alien ships inside the radar boundaries. The red triangles are the UFOs flying around. The bigger they are the bigger the UFO is. The blue circle is an alien base, we should go there and smush it. The black regions with the red stroke are lost territories and it seems they can not be taken back.

To shoot down an enemy we need to send our interceptors after them. Smaller UFOs are easy, but big ones may need an interceptor full of heavy rockets with good turning speed, so they can launch the rockets and retreat, while the next one finish the alien ship. Depending on the location where the UFO is shot down, they will create a ground tactical mission on some of the terrains: Farm Mission. Forest Mission. Urban Mission. Arctic Mission. Desert mission and more.

Game Data:
Name: Xenonauts
Type: Turn Based Tactic (TBT), Turn Based Strategy (TBS), Role Playing Game (RPG)
Genre: Futuristic (Alien invasion)
Year of Release: 2014 - More Info
Platform: PC/Windows

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