Battalion: Nemesis

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Battalion: Nemesis Instructions

Battalion: Nemesis is controlled by using the mouse. Click on units to select them, then click on where you want them to move, or on enemies that you wish to attack. Use the mouse to interact with the game's interface.

Battalion: Nemesis Walkthrough

Battalion: Nemesis is the first game in the Battalion series of war games. This strategy game features graphics and gameplay similar to those of the Advance Wars series (also known as Famicom Wars or Nintendo Wars).

Battalion: Nemesis places you in the role of the commander of an army. Your objective is to take objectives and crush enemies to gain victory on the battlefield. This war game features a Boot Camp mode, which serves as a tutorial, a thrilling campaign, and a challenging bonus map. If this is your first time playing, I advise you to play the Boot Camp mode to learn the ropes. Your progress is automatically saved upon the completion of each mission, and you can also manually save your game in the middle of a battle.

Battalion: Nemesis uses the mouse as its control device. Click on units to select them. Click where you want them to move. If a unit is within range of an enemy, you may click on an enemy to issue attack orders. Double click on a unit to display additional actions that a unit can take such as repairing or calling for pickup. Units may only move, attack, or act once per turn in this war game. When you are finished making your moves, click on the end turn button in the lower-right to end your turn and start the computer's turn.

The Boot Camp segment of Battalion: Nemesis gives you all of the information that you need to master the game. Remember your training and you will excel in this war game. Try to set up chock points to prevent enemies from advancing. Attack from the cover of mountains or trees to gain the upper-hand in battle. Finally, keep in mind that certain units are more effective than others against certain types of enemies, so always attack using the most effective unit for the job.

Battalion: Nemesis is a great war game that is sure to please fans of the Advance Wars series. If you like turn-based strategy games, then you won't want to miss Battalion: Nemesis!