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Bring forth the toybox of war in a fast, action packed strategy game with a light hearted twist in this tribute to Nintendo and Intelligent System's Advance Wars series!

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GOD_MAN Feb 12 2012 says:

Maybe the units look strange,but the maps certainly don't!

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DG-Tal Feb 13 2012 replied:

Did you ever play to the original advance wars to say unit look strange? ^^

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vader333 Mar 10 2012 replied:

Don't down vote something just because you don't like it or think you don't like it. It should only be for bad comments that are false, rubbish, or stupid.

You should have asked what he defined as 'strange'. May not be relative to original advanced wars.

Besides, everyone is entitled to an opinion, and especially on the matter of personal taste, no one can say it is a bad one.

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Winbreak Spring is a large 1v1/medium sized 2v2 map where players are given access to land units, aircraft and naval forces.

The centre of the map contains a large, open mass of water which will be heavily contested in the mid/late game when naval forces become affordable. Around the spring are two symmetrical pathways, each containing a city.

In the 2v2 incarnation, each player will be tasked to control one of these pathways and must coordinate their movement with their partner on the opposite path in addition to coordinating air and sea control.

Jan 28th, 2012
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