Battalion: Vengeance

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Battalion: Vengeance Instructions

Battalion: Vengeance 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: Vengeance Walkthrough

Battalion: Vengeance is the final chapter in the Battalion series of war games. Battalion: Vengeance features the same graphics and gameplay that made its forerunners hits along with new maps and a brand new campaign. It should be noted that multiplayer and the map editor are not available in this version of the strategy game.

Your mission objectives are given before each level in Battalion: Vengeance. Mission objectives range from destroying all enemy units to capturing certain points on the map. You can set the AI difficulty level to match the desired level of challenge before each mission. Your progress is automatically saved, so you can continue your campaign the next time that you play this war game.

Battalion: Vengeance uses the same mouse control scheme of its predecessors. Units are selected by clicking on them. Click where you want the unit to move or on an enemy unit that you wish to attack if there are any in range. Double clicking a unit displays additional actions that can be taken such as repairing or air transport. When you are finished making your moves, click the end turn button in the lower-right corner of the screen. If you have not played any of the other games in the Battalion series of war games, or if you would like a refresher course, then you can do the bootcamp exercises by pressing the button labeled "Go to Bootcamp" on the campaign menu.

The key to success in Battalion: Vengeance is to use the right units for the job. Flak units are good for taking down infantry and aircraft, while heavier guns are ideal to use against tanks. Terrain also plays a role in this war game. Attacking from cover gives you the advantage since the enemy's counterattack will deal less damage. The bootcamp tutorials contain a brief overview of useful strategies as well, so it may be a good idea to play through them for more pointers.

Battalion: Vengeance brings that Battalion series of war games to a climactic end. If you are a fan of the prior Battalion games (or Nintendo's Advanced Wars, the inspiration of the series), then take to the battlefield one more time in Battalion: Vengeance!