Build your own training camp, manage the economy, recruit the best candidates to join your ranks and train them to become elite specialists. Finally, send them on special missions to achieve peace once and for all!
Face the challenge of building a military camp, keeping an eye on the resources and logistics. Place the buildings efficiently, hire the staff that will keep everything running and set up the training courses. Build defenses, because the enemy will send spies and drones to try to sabotage your camp.
Play a campaign full of absurd humor and references to war movies. During your progress, you will rescue heroes that will give you special boosts for your camp. In addition, you will also be able to play at your leisure in the Sandbox mode, customizing the game to your liking by choosing the biome, challenges and starting conditions. Your camp, your rules!
One Military Camp is a strategy game similar in some ways to the Tycoon games, but if you swapped out the calm life of managing zoos and theme parks for war. The main objective of the game is to refurbish and set up an old abandoned military facility in an area not conquered yet. This will serve as a defence against the villain of the story, Dragan.
In order to fight against evil, we must build, upgrade and maintain camp buildings. In addition, scientific research must be done and supply stores must be kept as well stocked as possible. But human resources are the most important in One Military Camp, such as the civilian population and soldiers, as their well-being will be decisive.
As mentioned, this game was a far cry from traditional war games. Here, fighting is not a priority. The most important thing is to reconquer territories controlled by the enemy through missions. We also have to control the defence of our facilities and create other camps in different biomes. At the beginning, the challenge can seem overwhelming, but little by little you get the hang of the mechanics.
In order to reconquer territories, soldiers must be trained for the missions they have to perform to get that territory. Once a territory is reconquered, we can then improve our resources and create of more buildings, soldiers and missions. To prepare the soldiers, the game allows the creation of individual routines and schedules for each of them. This will help you to make sure that your soldiers and also your workers have routines spread over different shifts and that your camp is as productive as possible, while those not working can get some rest.
A tip that will help you to improve performance of recruits, and workers in general, is the importance of location of individual buildings within the camp. If you locate houses or barracks in places where there is a facility that causes a lot of noise or where living conditions are hard, soldiers and workers will suffer both physically and mentally. It is therefore important to locate resting places in convenient areas.
The game also does a good job at parodying certain aspects of the military world, which we have internalised, both collectively and individually. There are bad-tempered, demanding sergeants and soldiers with a lot of ambition to climb the ranks, and much more. All of this makes the game more human and closer to the player who, as the creator of that camp, feels the responsibility to care for, train and provide facilities for the recruits and workers who work for you.
Perhaps what I liked the most were the customisable elements that give more control to the player in a way. For example, you can record your voice and listen to it over the camp's public address system, or write messages on posters and signs placed around the facility. These are small details at first glance, but I found them to be a lovely breath of fresh air from other titles in the same genre.
An evil maniac has conquered all territories in the continent, except yours. The world's last hope resides in an old camp located in this peaceful land: One Military Camp. Bring it back to its former glory, to recruit and train a brave group of fighters to push back the evil forces.
Indie developer and publisher Abylight Studios have released one more trailer for One Military Camp as we got the launch trailer today. This last trailer will show you pretty much everything you need to see about the base you'll be training cadets at, as you attempt to whip them into shape on a base that you design. Then use their skills to provide relief for areas and fight against foes as you turn a ragtag bunch of misfits into an elite military force. Enjoy the trailer below as the game comes out on March 2nd for PC via Steam.
\"Training your soldiers and maintaining your camp is expensive. Manage your economy and build an efficient infrastructure to keep the camp running like clockwork. Set the schedule of the staff and soldiers and fulfill their basic needs. Decide the resource providers and choose the supply routes. Get extra funds by liberating territories. Manage camps in different biomes and adapt to the dynamic challenges of each location. As the leader of the camp, recruit the best candidates to join your forces and assign them to training courses based on their abilities, so they become elite specialists. Each class has its purpose, and you'll have to find the right balance to complete missions and advance through the campaign.\"
\"Push them to the limit because time is of the essence, but be careful, they can get injured, and the equipment can be damaged. Be mindful of your recruits' well-being and don't forget to keep their morale high! Put all those hours of hard training to work! Choose the best soldiers to complete special missions and gain science points and resources. Mobilize your forces to stop enemy advances and recover besieged territories by gathering enough battle strength. Rescue Heroes throughout the Campaign to unlock powerful boosts and abilities. Make the camp your own with customized flags, signs, and anthem. Record your own voice to cheer up the recruits through the PA system. It won't be an easy task! Face enemy attacks, sabotages, extreme weather events, and many other challenges.\"
At its core you need to build and manage your very own military base, however, the elements stretch not only from the construction side but to also recruiting troops and taking them all the way through training and deploying them into battle.
There is a mixture of gaming mechanics going on in One Military Camp. You have the City Skylines construction of building as well as maintaining services to them in order for the establishments to operate. Then there is a sniff of the Theme Park games while you maintain pathways for people to find their way to the buildings. Settlers seem to play a part as you ensure you have enough sleeping quarters for your new troops while deploying morale-raising items across your camp which seemed to be a little bit like when you tried to raise your prestige. Finally, the comedy-style graphics and ability to zoom right in on the action remind me of Two Point Hospital.
While the building and management aspects were slightly touched upon in the demo there will be an onus on training your soldiers into more specialised roles. There will also be a tycoon element to One Military Camp whereby you will need to make your camp profitable. Buildings will be subject to upgrades as the campaign evolves in order to stay ahead of the enemy in battle.
At the heart of One Military Camp there is comedy and this is portrayed through the graphical style that is close to the likes of the Two-Point and Theme Park series of games. While military games are usually fairly serious it is nice to see a refreshing fun twist on the tragic genre.
The animations when you zoom into each of the buildings really immerse you into the everyday goings-on of your camp. It is fantastic seeing your camp working and your new recruits being put through their paces.
At the time of writing, I am unsure how long the campaign will be. As it is a building/management style game I imagine that you will be drip-fed new buildings as you progress through the levels which in turn will allow you to unlock new disciplines to train troops. With there being a battle element to the game you could be in for quite a few hours of enjoyment.
An eccentric and evil enemy has arisen, plunging the world into chaos. With the help of his colossal army, Dragan has conquered the country and rules it with an iron fist. The cities have turned grey and all fun has been banned. All seems lost. Now you are responsible for the last bastion of resistance, an old and forgotten camp from which to lead a counter-offensive: One Military Camp. Do you accept the challenge
An evil maniac has conquered all territories in the region, except one. The world's last hope resides in an old military camp located in this peaceful land. Bring it back to its former glory, to recruit and train a brave group of fighters to push back the evil forces.
Assistance is coming to Ukraine from the civilised world, while Ukrainians organise themselves in volunteer groups patrolling the cities, doing logistics for civilians and military, building fortifications and helping each other, writes Roman Rukomeda.
The rest of the people, who are told to wait, organise themselves in volunteer groups patrolling the cities, doing logistics for civilians and military, building fortifications and helping each other. The whole country transformed into one big military camp. Everyone is trying to help and find their place in national resistance against Russian aggressors.
Even people on the territories that Russian terrorists take are resisting. They take part in peaceful demonstrations, demanding terrorists to get out. On occasions, they are trying to destroy Russian equipment and military convoys. The struggle is going on all over Ukraine.
Abylight Barcelona has revealed their roadmap for the title, going beyond its initial March Early Access launch. April w