Helloooo AoMH! *Zeno's shout echoes across the empty halls, like a reflection of his cold, lifeless soul.* Boy, it's been two years since I've showcased a scenario. College is truly a never-ending supply of work, but at last, I have found some time to put something decent together. So without further ado, let's get to advertising!
Toy Soldiers is a two-player turn-based strategy game played on a 7x7 square board. Each player controls a Pharaoh, which summons animals. Those animals will change into different toy soldiers or powers, depending on what your major god is. Did I mention that this was turn-based? That's right! *Zeno's boisterous demeanor fails to hide the suffering within*
Players take turns summoning and moving soldiers. How many squares a soldier can move each turn depends on its speed. For most soldiers, that's 1. At the end of each turn, a battle occurs, where soldiers of opposing sides who share a square will fight one another. You can't control your soldiers during battle, which only lasts 5 seconds. After battle, some random events will occur, adding neutral obstructions to the board.
Soldiers and powers are purchased with gold and wood. You passively earn an increasing amount of gold each turn, and you gain one wood whenever one of your units dies. In addition, you can kill neutral Gold Guards that spawn on the board. Gold Guards will drop resources on death. However, you have to clear the square of enemies before you can claim them!
Your objective is to kill the enemy pharaoh. Only Greek, Egyptian, and Norse gods are supported.
Click on their images below to see their units and strategies.