The indie game developer ARjunaGames announces the beginning of the open beta-testing for their new game “Toy Generals”.
About Toy Generals Open Beta
“Toy Generals” is a real-time strategy where a player acts as a commander of a limited toy soldiers army. In the story part of the quest, a player is supposed to release the house from enemy invaders. Seven unique soldiers are available for this purpose, as well as an artillery and airpower support.
Tactical Points are considered to be the cornerstone upon which the strategy is built. These Points can be spent on performing any actions on the battlefield and can be restored at a certain rate (depending on the current level of the General), limiting the amount of simultaneous actions of a player and forcing him to make more precise and calculated decisions. Such play mode will make speed gamers and gamers who prefer deliberate decisions equal.
- Fiercest tactical battles in real-time environment on more than 30 maps.
- Seven soldiers with unique skills in your army.
- Eleven villains with specific tactics.
- Development of General’s skills.
- Artillery and airpower.
- Battles with insects.
- An epic battle with the arch villain and his deadly machinery.
After the game comes out for early access (on April 11, 2018), the developers plan to add:
- Multiplayer mode on big maps with possibility to buy troops during the battle
- Tactical mode that provides more precise unit operation in first person shooters style
- Development of soldiers’ skills and their upgrade.
Besides, the developers plan to hold regular contests for players who actively take part in the process of game development. By the end of each contest stage, the most active participants will receive souvenirs such as tin or plastic soldiers from the game, as well as posters and T-shirts.
Toy Generals will come out for early access for PC on April 11, 2018 for $9 on Steam. You can already read more via the Steam store page here. If you would like to follow the developer Arjuna Games via social media, you can do so from the links below: