Uniwar is a strategy game developed by TBS Games, a company which previously published only one other title: Dante – The Inferno. The game is available on both Android and Apple and it was downloaded for over 500,000 times. It has an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 on Google Play and a rating of 4 and a half stars from a maximum of 5 on Apple’s App Store in 2016. It requires an Android version of at least 2.3 and for Apple devices, iOS 6.0 or later.
The game is a classic turn-based strategy title with multiplayer elements and a thorough campaign. You will take the leadership of one of the three races available and you will try to conquer the world. Like the developers mentioned, Uniwar is basically a very complex version of chess where your moves and efficiency will be affected by terrain and other units for 2016.
Uniwar doesn’t require a mandatory sign-up unless you want to play online. If you do, you will be required to register an account which should be activated instantly (you will receive a confirmation e-mail though so make sure you use a real one). If you don’t want to play online, you will be able to play as a guest and your game progress will be saved for as long as you don’t change your device or uninstall and then reinstall the app again.
It may come as a surprise but Uniwar doesn’t have any microtransactions of any sort and the game is entirely free – no ads and no direct possibility of donating any real money to the developers. There are some rumors about introducing some microtranscations but at the time of writing this article, that was not the case.
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Cheats & Tips for Uniwar
- There are three different races (Sapiens, Khraleans and Titans), each coming with its own units and special traits (burrowing, repairing and so on). Play them and understand them before you pick a favorite.
- Don’t start with the multiplayer. You will be trashed by your opponents. Start with the campaign so you can learn the mechanics and when you feel ready, shift to the online status.
- Use the terrain in your advantage. Find which units handle rough terrain better and send them to attack misplaced enemy units. By doing so, you will always prevail.
- Occupy as many neutral bases as you can. It will grant a better income and you will be able to expand more quickly.
- Stalemate is not always a good thing. Watch the map and see which of the troops arrive first to aid. If the enemy troops are, you should avoid the fight and regroup somewhere else.
- Most of the units can’t move after an attack so don’t hastily attack anything you see. Decide beforehand if it is worth it or not to neutralize a specific unit.
- The gang-up mechanic is really useful and you should use it whenever you can. It works really simple – consecutive attacks on the same enemy during a turn will grant a lot of additional attacks points. Use this to destroy strong enemy units with weak but many friendly units.
- If your enemy is too aggressive and doesn’t defend his bases, take the opportunity and punish him with units that can move fast. If he loses his base, he can’t spawn more troops.
- Plan your troop numbers and don’t use up all your credits each turn. The stronger the unit is, the more expensive it will be. You don’t want to play only with Marines throughout an entire game, trust me.
- The first multiplayer missions will feel balanced because your ELO (chess method of measuring the skill of the player) will be unstable. Once it will settle, your enemies will be at your level and the game will be fair.
If you usually read what I am writing (and I hope you do), you will probably know two things about me: I like Pokémon and strategy titles. And today we will not talk about Pokémon. Unfortunately for me, the regular strategy game for a handheld device is pretty boring or it lacks essence. When I found out about Uniwar and started to do some research I was really intrigued – the game is too good to be true. And I played it and…read further to find out my opinion.
Okay, you got me, I like the game. Probably the best feature I’ve encountered in Uniwar is the deepness of the gameplay. At first, the impression you’ll have about the game is that it is very shallow but if you put it under the microscope, you will realize that every unit from every race (three of them) has advantages and disadvantages and they should be played only when they reach certain conditions.
In addition to this, each race has some traits that should be ‘exploited’ in your advantage and of course, like I mentioned and the ‘Tips & Tricks’ section, you should never ignore the way the terrain affects your team movement. Another great thing about Uniwar is the campaign which is solid and which will let you play with all classes (races) and see the war from each point of view. One good feature I had the pleasure into the campaign is the game’s difficulty which slowly but steady increases to the point where battling the AI will be really hard.
But that’s great because it challenges you and everybody loves a challenge. I also think that the fact the game is entirely free is a wise decision especially for the multiplayer battles. Nobody have an advantage and the skill of the players is the only thing that matters. In addition to this, as I mentioned before, it is worth saying that Uniwar is also ad-free meaning that your gameplay will not be interfered with by pesky annoying ads.
In the following line I will explain what I don’t like about Uniwar or what I would change if given the possibility. Don’t worry, I will keep it briefly. First of all, the main issue I have with the game is the way the multiplayer was implemented. Uniwar is turn-based so you will be able to play up to 20 different scenarios with different people at the same time.
On one hand I like it but on the other hand I feel like the pace is way too slow. I would like another game mode where you need to be online for the whole game or you will lose. Secondly, one thing that doesn’t necessarily affects me as a player but I would take in consideration if I would be a developer is the fact that the game is not so user friendly as people usually want these days. Adding the possibility of setting the difficulty at least for the custom maps should be a good addition in my opinion. Or something else but similar at the same time.
Keep the game how it is but let more casual players to have the opportunity of trying it. Last but not least, one other thing that bothers me in Uniwar is the fact that the AI doesn’t have all the features a real player has – when you play with or against an AI player, it will not accept a truce or surrender. It’s not game disruptive but it is a loophole that it shouldn’t be here.
Overall, I would definitely recommend Uniwar. If you like strategy turn-based games, you will like this title as well because it is basically the core definition of what strategy turn-based should look like. If you are a casual player, you should try it anyway – you don’t know what hidden talent lies in you. And it is also free of charge so at least there is that.
Artwork: Uniwar gets a rating of 7 out of 10 for its artwork. As you have probably guessed, having good graphics isn’t something the developers cared about when they created this title. The game looks like it is from the early 90s or so. However, if you get past the initial ‘shock’, you will realize that the environment design is more complex than most of the ‘modern titles’, the character design is really interesting because even though the characters are small, the details are cool and so on. The theme is great and it reflects throughout the game while the animations effects are a pretty bad (I definitely seen worse so no worries).
Music & SFX: I give the game a rating of 8 out of 10 at this section. Uniwar is not your ordinary game and it will definitely surprise you in a lot of aspects. One of them is the music which I’d personally expected to be awful. The soundtrack has more than one song (something you don’t usually see nowadays) and even though it is not the most amazing thing you’ve ever heard, it has ‘something’ that makes the game special. The music is anything but loud but it creates a great atmosphere which is basically the whole reason of having sounds in a game. The sound effects are also present but their impact is little to none.
Story/Originality: Uniwar gets a rating of 9 out of 10 for its story and originality. The game has a rather impressive story with a very catchy campaign. There will be some common clichés here and there but taken as a whole it is a really solid story. Uniwar is one unique title so it would be nonsense to talk about the originality – the game is authentic almost 100%. The only reason this title doesn’t get a higher rating at this section is because it gives you the impression of being similar with Starcraft in some aspects. They are two different entities but an impression remains an impression nevertheless.
General Gameplay: I give Uniwar a rating of 8 out of 10 for its general gameplay. The tutorial you get when you start the campaign is just a scratch to the surface of what this game is capable of. You will need to learn all the mechanics in order to master it and there will be a lot of mechanics, trust me. The game is suited for experienced players and strategy-lovers because the UI is pretty clunky and there are a lot of overwhelming elements and statistics. For the time I’ve played I haven’t encountered any major bugs, freezes or crashes.
Addictiveness: The game gets a rating of 8 out of 10 for its addictiveness. Unfortunately for Uniwar, you will either love it or hate it. There is no other way. Because the gameplay is not a piece of cake and the artwork is odd (in a good way but this is a matter of a personal taste), some users may avoid the game. If you can get over those issues, you will realize you are playing a great title which will eventually be addictive. There are different races to play with, you have a solid campaign, an online feature and different game modes. There will be no special prizes, daily rewards and stuff like that but that’s just how the game it is.
Overall, Uniwar gets a rating of 8 out of 10. The game is definitely something that will remain in your memory regardless the way it does – a bad or a good title. Because of this, trying to guess whether it will prevail and will reach the tops or it will fail to do so will remain a mystery. Only time will tell.