This interactive experience is an exploration of a modern war. This is a fictional news-game; a simulation that uses interactivity to explore events. Developed by GameTheNews.net in around two weeks, the game allows users to explore the options open to the a group of rebels as they push a conflict to it's endgame. Each choice the user makes has consequences – the types of military units you may deploy, the political paths you choose to tread. Not only does each choice impact the current status of the game but also your choices may impact the final outcome. Users can play and replay events to see how different choices on the ground might lead to different outcomes. Will you choose to accept peace at any cost? What if the war goes badly and the only options left mean more extreme actions; would you agree to follow this path?
This experience has been built from fictional locations and presented in a design that has gone to great lengths to be sensitive to the subject matter it covers. More information about this is available from within the app itself and on the developers website; GameTheNews.net Can you win the war and the peace that follows? Find out in Endgame:Eurasia
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Ratings and Reviews
They can't say it, so I will: this game is about Syria
this game, as originally submitted, was be teaching it and explorative game about the current Syrian Civil War.
Due to Apples fascist policies, It was rejected. This was weeks, or even months ago. Only now that it has been sanitized and stripped of all cultural relevance, and the developers forced to describe it as "fictional," it has been been deemed by Apple as appopriate for its customers to see.
Thank you Devs, for getting this to the people,in spite of corporate repression, in any form.
Good game but simple
I thought it had a good concept but there was not much to the game overall. And to many things are not explained in the info like the cards you don't use are discarded not kept for the next hand, how casualties work, there should also be different difficulties like how it is, is easy and in medium you have less support and they have more, in hard you don't see their cards before you play. Like I said good but to simple. P.S. one if the endings I got when I did a peace treaty with them still said Syria.
Now that the instant-crash was patched, I see all of the potential that I was hoping for. Only thing is, there is a lot more that could be done to make this a great game. The atmosphere is there, as are the basic mechanics. I wish that there was more variety in cards, a collectible card system, and other strategic elements. Having access to aircraft (perhaps at a dear cost?) would be nice. If they keey patching and updating, this can turn into a really excellent game.
- Auroch Digital Ltd
- 116.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © AurochDigital Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.