This is my 7th article funded by my kind patrons at Patreon. Thanks so much to my contributors for their continued support. I really love those sites where people can anonymously ask questions of members, like ask.fm and curiouscat. It’s a really interesting way to generate conversation topics, and kind of kick-start the creative process […]Read More What’s Up With Naval Units In RTS?
Let’s go back to 1997. Personal computers, while not quite still in their infancy, were at best approaching adolescence. This was the age of large cream-coloured cases that would sit on the desk with the bulky cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors above them. Owning one was still a novelty, and it was still considered unusual […]Read More Planetary Annihilation: TheWrongCat’s Tail | Chapter 1 – The Grand Vision
Recently with two games I’ve been enjoying, Act of Aggression and Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak, I have run into some of the systems in the game that I wanted more information on. I looked within the game itself and didn’t really find any help so I turned to internet looking for an official website with […]Read More My Hunt for the Rarely Comprehensive Game Website
About the Author Chris “TheWrongCat” Warner is a shipbroker, based in Harwich in the United Kingdom. Born in 1992, he’s been playing games since the age of five, with real-time strategy being his bread and butter. He founded the Realm gaming community in December 2012 to satisfy his new-found love of large-scale multiplayer gaming, and […]Read More Planetary Annihilation: TheWrongCat’s Tail | About the Author & Preamble
As a self-described “tactics and wargamer”, I tend to focus my energy on games that put their emphasis on unit control, e.g. “micro” over economics, e.g. “macro.” I have nothing against macro, per se, but personally feel that smashing tanks or alien bugs or what have you into other tanks and alien bugs is considerably […]Read More Giving Planetary Annihilation another chance turned out really well!