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Into the Breach

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Genre: Indie, Role-playing (RPG), Simulator, Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS)

Platforms: PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, Nintendo Switch

The remnants of human civilization are threatened by gigantic creatures breeding beneath the earth. You must control powerful mechs from the future to hold off this alien threat. Each attempt to save the world presents a new randomly generated challenge in this turn-based strategy game from the makers of FTL.


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Based on 13
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sighalot
19 reviews

Good 90%

The gameplay is incredibly in depth thanks to the wide variety of mechs to unlock leading to dozens of way to approach a campaign (making for excellent replayability), and yet it's very basic and approachable. there are no endless hour long tutorials or anything. literally drop into battle and fight. Each mech sets leads to very different approaches on the battlefield (i liked the sand ones best so far), and in each situation you will end up cal... Read More

Positive points
great replay value
fantastic design
clever mechanics
approachable
Negative points
short campaign
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zanzaKlaus
2 reviews

Bad 40%

This game frequently teeters the line between difficult strategy and complete random bullshit. Often times the game will put you in scenarios where, from the very start of a mission and regardless of how well you positioned yourself, you simply cannot avoid taking a loss and have to accept the beating RNG gives you. Other times, the combat unfolds like a complicated puzzle of resource management, where the resource is your actions and how many di... Read More

Positive points
The position-based combat is very fun to learn and experiment with, and when the game manages to propose an actual complicated situation that can be worked through, it's incredibly rewarding.
Negative points
Randomness sucks out most fun that can be had with the strategy of the game.