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Engage in the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War. Both armies are controlled by the player: the Union Army led by Ulysses S. Grant, the Confederacy led by Robert E. Lee. Each single and multiple player modes utilises a turn based system to offer an intuitive and easy to play system. The system can be played against the computer or each other. The Union has five game pieces (from famous generals such as Grant, Sherman, and Thomas) and the Confederate five (from such notables as Lee, Davis, and Stuart). Four battle maps (including two night time versions) and up to three campaigns can be played in both single or multiplayer mode. Another feature is the campaign editor. Players can create their own campaigns. This editor contains the ability to set a specific time of year and day of the week, take into consideration historic weather conditions and terrain, and have the ability to include player morale effects.
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Fight up to 4 players in online combat.
Enables players to operate separately. A game turn is a single turn, meaning all players have the same time for the action to unfold.
Never stop firing. With the combination of simplicity, clear rules and accurate forces, and quick combat, it’s hard to lose.
As long as the units move, a battle is fought.
Three campaigns, each with multiple maps and scenarios. Change the season with a number of different climate and terrain effects.
Assign your forces and get on with the battle.
Weather, including the effects of wind, fog, rain, and lightning.
The enemy has less ability to work during darkness, as he has lost his ability to see.
Both 3D and 2D graphics.
Battle maps are each over 200,000 hexes in size.
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stardust is a charming and relaxing puzzle game. You collect different colored particles, steadily growing your trail – in size and in color. No goal, no aim, just floating and relaxing and enjoying the view.
Key features:
– attract particles from the environment
– design the puzzle to get a beautiful result
– use particles to change color and size of your trail
– enjoy the breathtaking cosmos view
– inspired by sci fi stories like “the Martian Chronicles” by Bradbury or “Foundation” by Isaac Asimov
– extraordinary nebulas and galaxies inspired by NASA images
– of course there are many more colors and sizes of particles which can be collected
– you can buy different colors and sizes of particles via in-game store (no promo codes).

If you like what you saw – make sure you can support my development via Patreon and leave a comment or a star 😉

stardust is available in Google Play!
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As long as I had game ideas, I had no issue writing a little prototype or a “proof of concept” video.
Since this game has come to life, I struggled more than a little figuring out the optimal video and audio quality.
Here is the link for your comfort (if you don’t want to watch the linked video).

Enjoy the video? Consider liking, subscribing or sharing the video. It really helps a lot!

If you like what you saw – make sure you can support my development via Patreon and leave a comment or a star 😉

Electricity – it is everywhere in the universe.
If you want to test yourself how well you know basic electricity, then please try this short puzzle game!
Maybe you have an amazing game idea you want to try it out?
Of course I have develop some puzzle games before. But I don’t think they were as simple and as intuitive as this one.
So give it a shot! I am hoping you enjoy the puzzle!
Thanks for watching!

If you like what you saw – make sure you can support my development via Patreon and leave a comment or a star 😉

stardust is available in Google Play!
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