Radzone : The Nuclear War Game
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
-= Radzone, the ultimate thermonuclear war simulator. =-
Psychological warfare, tense atmosphere. Deploy your buildings and units. Make alliances. Wait for the first nuke. Choose how you will respond. Betray your allies. Protect your citizens, nuke the rest of the world. Peace is near.
Radzone superbly evokes the tension, paranoia and suspicion of the Cold War era, playing on the fascinating aspects of psychological gameplay that occur during strategic nuclear warfare.
Like the greatest board games, its entry curve is small, its interface elementary, and its potential for strategic depth enormous.
- Choose from 3 levels of difficulty, from moderate to insane. Enjoy a challenge that matches your RTS experience.
- Drag and scroll to gauge the battlefield. Pinch-zoom in and out of the action. Select and move units with a tap. Control multiple units at once.
- Giant multi-scale battlefield.
- 5 simultaneous IA
- Deep strategy
- Retina display
- Vectorial gfx
- Immersive soundtrack
Don't hesitate to contact me at : marsaults(@)yahoo.fr
New!! Follow radzone on twitter: @radzoneios
What's New in Version 1.9.6
- bug fixes
This isn’t defcon
This a faithful remake of the old defcon game which is about 10 years old and on steam cough cough. But this game has so many issues and it’s too bad. But this game needs an easy mode and or some serious balancing fixes as is it’s extremely hard to get into and actually win. This comes down to the controls even on my 8 plus i can’t zoom in and out fast enough selecting units is also terrible, and compared to the original game on a keyboard and mouse. As a result the game is extremely difficult for the wrong reasons and i can’t recommend it at all. This game needs to get some fixes
A rather non-nuclear game
Im not sure if this is commentary, or a bug. To get a nuke to a city, costs around 600 credits. Building four naval carriers costs that much as well. The thing is, if you capture a port with a carrier, your income goes up. You can re-use the carriers, but you can't re-use a nuke. If you remove a player's navy from the map, they resign. Destroy all the navies, and all players resign. There's seriously no reason to use nukes, ever.
I love playing defcon in the pc. In this rendition it has the look, but the controls and placing units on the map are a pain and not enjoyable at all. It's frustrating and maybe it's just me, but the controls are not fluid in the least.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 11, 2015
- Version: 1.9.6
- Size: 52.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Sylvain MARSAULT
- © Sylvain MARSAULT
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.