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About This Game

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Arcwellion is an ancient and mystical realm living in the shadow of a dark prophecy. A storm is coming, goblin hordes and the armies of the dead stand poised to march forth and burn the kingdoms of men to the ground.

what Is Goblin storm?

Goblin Storm (GS) is an operational strategy game that fills the void between grand strategy and battlefield tactics. Command the armies of Men, Goblins, and the Dead as they battle for supremacy on battlefields across the lands of Arcwellion. Scenarios in GS are fast paced and self-contained; gameplay begins with the human defender building their kingdom and then attacking Goblins or Undead plan their invasion. The average scenario lasts 2-3 hours and is a great choice for gamers craving the detail of a simulation but the fast pace of fantasy strategy. Will you build a mighty kingdom and lead the armies of men to stand against the storm or will you command the invading hordes in their quest for wealth and glory?

Victory Awaits

Victory in Goblin Storm requires more than force of arms. Gallant knights and fearsome trolls can smash enemies in open field battles, but even the most formidable foe may be lured to destruction into forest death traps or taken by surprised by an unseen horde. Out-wit and out-maneuver your opponent in fast paced, simultaneous turns that reward strategy and deception, more than brute force. Use terrain to your advantage, plan cunning ambushes and mislead your opponent about your true intentions, but remember, as you struggle for dominion, monsters far more fearsome than men or goblins lurk in the shadows of this ancient world...tread lightly and watch the sky...

key Features

  • Five different game types, including precision raids and full scale invasions.
  • 5 Human, 3 Goblin, and 3 Undead factions, each with their own distinct play-styles.
  • Single player, head-to-head PvP and 2 player co-op.
  • Optional feral beasts that wander, ambush, burn and pillage to their hearts' content.
  • Randomized, customizable kingdoms and Goblin spawns to ensure that every play through is unique.
  • Race against time to decipher the Goblin invader's hidden objectives as the realms of men. Or deceive and confound your opponent to maintain the element of surprise as the Goblin tribes.
  • Lead the armies of men in defense against the Undead hordes. Or take command of the dark hosts, burn the kingdoms to the ground and raise their citizens to expand your grim legions.
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Title: Goblin Storm
Genre: Indie, Strategy
Developer:
Nemeton Singularity Simulations
Publisher:
Nemeton Singularity Simulations
Release Date: 19 Dec, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP SP 3
  • Processor: 2 Ghz Intel or AMD
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 1000 MB available space

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It's a very interesting and fun game, I honestly feel a little bit bad for giving it a negative review.

However, there are a couple of problems.

First of all, it crashed on me 2 times during my 4 playthroughs and I lost 2 of them. Not fun and the crashes were random.

Second of all, (and this is my biggest gripe with the game) there is no manual and the information on game mechanics is lacking. The tutorial explains the super basics, the tool-tips help a little bit but still not to the point where you know how to use them. What's the difference between attack and march? How are odds calculated? How is damage calculated? Why the hell did my units run away? Mechanics of control zones? How does scouting work? How do levy's work exactly? Why can't I click those levy buttons on the bottom at all in any of the towns? etc. etc. on practically every mechanic in the game. You're just left guessing which you shouldn't be at all in a strategy game.

Also the price is too steep for the amount of content right now.

Once a manual gets added I'll change this to a thumbs-up.

Dev suggestions:
Make a manual
Add an event log for every impulse in the replay like "Goblin horde fought humans at X and humans retreated" or whatever.
The UI is a bit crappy.. It's a very interesting and fun game, I honestly feel a little bit bad for giving it a negative review.

However, there are a couple of problems.

First of all, it crashed on me 2 times during my 4 playthroughs and I lost 2 of them. Not fun and the crashes were random.

Second of all, (and this is my biggest gripe with the game) there is no manual and the information on game mechanics is lacking. The tutorial explains the super basics, the tool-tips help a little bit but still not to the point where you know how to use them. What's the difference between attack and march? How are odds calculated? How is damage calculated? Why the hell did my units run away? Mechanics of control zones? How does scouting work? How do levy's work exactly? Why can't I click those levy buttons on the bottom at all in any of the towns? etc. etc. on practically every mechanic in the game. You're just left guessing which you shouldn't be at all in a strategy game.

Also the price is too steep for the amount of content right now.

Once a manual gets added I'll change this to a thumbs-up.

Dev suggestions:
Make a manual
Add an event log for every impulse in the replay like "Goblin horde fought humans at X and humans retreated" or whatever.
The UI is a bit crappy.. The game is a wargaming labor of love. Check it out as its pretty cool. The developers seem to support the game.. The game is a wargaming labor of love. Check it out as its pretty cool. The developers seem to support the game..
As the developer makes various claims in their presentation of Goblin Storm (GS), decidedly to help persuade prospective buyers to purchase the game, I thought it appropriate to address the claims made.


"Goblin Storm fills the void between grand strategy and battlefield tactics."

ummm...not so much. In fact, not at all. In order to fill such a void, one would have to place a game in between grand strategy and battlefield tactics. Goblin Storm does not reside there. GS is more like Panzer Corps or Panzer General in a fantasy setting but with no career or campaign mode. You purchase your units for the stand alone battle about to occur, you place them, then you fight. It doesn't matter if units survive or even if you win or lose - each battle is an entire entity by itself with no connection to previous or susequent battles.

Thus, Goblin Storm is entirely battlefied tactics.


"Will you build a mighty kingdom and lead the armies of men to stand against the storm or will you command the goblin hordes in their quest for wealth and glory?"

Sounds awesome, doesn't it? Conjures up grand strategy and and nation building and campaigns and ongoing battles to stave off the evil goblins or bash the foul smelling humans from the face of Arcwellion, right? Wrong.

The only nation building you do is to select where you place your castles, towns and cities on one of the canned maps you play on. And again - the placement changes every map. Don't get the idea you will place your settlements then defend them over multiple battles. You don't. Every battle is its own stand alone, complete war, 100% separate from every other battle.


"Out-wit and out-maneuver your opponent in fast paced, simultaneous turns that reward strategy and deception, more than brute force."

OK, now this statement is true. Unfortunately, the high degree of truth in this statement serves to underscore the lack of truth in the first 2 statements - this game is all about tactics and nothing about grand strategy or kingdom building (or bashing).

So, if you are considering buying Goblin Storm, don't listen to the sales pitch of the design studio. Their perception of their game is nothing close to what it is.

The best way to decribe what you will get is what I mentioned previously: Panzer Corps or Panzer General in a fantasy setting with no campaign or carryover effects from 1 battle to the next.

You start by placing your cities, towns and castle if you are human, then buying your units, grouping them as desired within stacking limits, placing them on the map, then commence to fighting. Goblins don't get to place settlements. Whereas Goblins get "x" amount of gold with which to buy their units, the Human's amount of gold is modified by where they place their settlements. Placement of settlements also modifies the size of the local levy if a settlement is attacked by Goblins.

Humans are always the defender, Goblins are always the attacker. You can pick from 4 different types of battles: Gold (Goblins need to plunder gold from your towns), Relics (Goblins steal relics from your abbies - abbies you did not get to place, but appear randomly on the map), Slaves (Goblins pillage your towns and steal slaves), and Conquest (whomever holds the most settlements at the end of the game win). Or, you can pick Random and let Fate decide the goal.

Battles take between 1-2 hours, depending on how long you overthink your tactics.

If you choose anything other than Civilized setting for your battle, various creautures of the wild exist and can pillage, attack or otherwise mess up the well crafted plans of either attacker or defender or both.

PROS:
- A complete battle take under 2 hours.
- Variety of units let you fine tune your attack if playing the Goblins.
- Decent music.
- Decent opportunity to use tactics. The game feature an "impulse" system. Every turn is broken dowen into 15 impluses. This allows you to coordinate attacks between units, as you can instruct each unit to begin their attack on specific impulses.

CONS:
-Trying to discern what is happening as each turn plays out is impossible and frustrating as heck. After each side plans its turn, you press the Turn button and the results of the planning unfold. But in a mind boggling way. Unit markers randomly appear and disappear on the map leaving you clueless as to what actually just happened. Once the blinking in and out stops, you see crossed sword battle markers which you can click and see what happened in each engagement. The bizarre way battles are presented really takes a lot of the fun out of the game.
- Graphics are minimal.
- Gameplay is quickly mastered and within no more than 2-3 battles, you will win every time.

All said and done, if you like light games about tactics, especially if you like fantasy settings, this might be worth buying. But Goblin Storm is really a $9.99 game posing as something more complex.. Goblin storm is an operational level strategy game set in a fantasy realm. It's fast paced (a playthrought takes 1-2 hours) but has enough variation, throught different factions' playstyle and randomize objectives, that it never feel repetitive.

It's heavily focused on manuvering. As human (defender) you never have quite enough forces to be everywhere and as goblin (attacker) you cannot waste time and resources to smash the human resistance. Goblin storm defenitly gives you the "Barbarossa campaign" feel in a fantasy setting.

While the interface might lack some bells and whistles it doesn't gets in your way by becoming clunky and the bugs are ironed out quickly by the very active developers.

If you are looking for a strategy game that can be played in one session and with multiplayer capabilty, then Goblin Storm is the game for you.
As the developer makes various claims in their presentation of Goblin Storm (GS), decidedly to help persuade prospective buyers to purchase the game, I thought it appropriate to address the claims made.


"Goblin Storm fills the void between grand strategy and battlefield tactics."

ummm...not so much. In fact, not at all. In order to fill such a void, one would have to place a game in between grand strategy and battlefield tactics. Goblin Storm does not reside there. GS is more like Panzer Corps or Panzer General in a fantasy setting but with no career or campaign mode. You purchase your units for the stand alone battle about to occur, you place them, then you fight. It doesn't matter if units survive or even if you win or lose - each battle is an entire entity by itself with no connection to previous or susequent battles.

Thus, Goblin Storm is entirely battlefied tactics.


"Will you build a mighty kingdom and lead the armies of men to stand against the storm or will you command the goblin hordes in their quest for wealth and glory?"

Sounds awesome, doesn't it? Conjures up grand strategy and and nation building and campaigns and ongoing battles to stave off the evil goblins or bash the foul smelling humans from the face of Arcwellion, right? Wrong.

The only nation building you do is to select where you place your castles, towns and cities on one of the canned maps you play on. And again - the placement changes every map. Don't get the idea you will place your settlements then defend them over multiple battles. You don't. Every battle is its own stand alone, complete war, 100% separate from every other battle.


"Out-wit and out-maneuver your opponent in fast paced, simultaneous turns that reward strategy and deception, more than brute force."

OK, now this statement is true. Unfortunately, the high degree of truth in this statement serves to underscore the lack of truth in the first 2 statements - this game is all about tactics and nothing about grand strategy or kingdom building (or bashing).

So, if you are considering buying Goblin Storm, don't listen to the sales pitch of the design studio. Their perception of their game is nothing close to what it is.

The best way to decribe what you will get is what I mentioned previously: Panzer Corps or Panzer General in a fantasy setting with no campaign or carryover effects from 1 battle to the next.

You start by placing your cities, towns and castle if you are human, then buying your units, grouping them as desired within stacking limits, placing them on the map, then commence to fighting. Goblins don't get to place settlements. Whereas Goblins get "x" amount of gold with which to buy their units, the Human's amount of gold is modified by where they place their settlements. Placement of settlements also modifies the size of the local levy if a settlement is attacked by Goblins.

Humans are always the defender, Goblins are always the attacker. You can pick from 4 different types of battles: Gold (Goblins need to plunder gold from your towns), Relics (Goblins steal relics from your abbies - abbies you did not get to place, but appear randomly on the map), Slaves (Goblins pillage your towns and steal slaves), and Conquest (whomever holds the most settlements at the end of the game win). Or, you can pick Random and let Fate decide the goal.

Battles take between 1-2 hours, depending on how long you overthink your tactics.

If you choose anything other than Civilized setting for your battle, various creautures of the wild exist and can pillage, attack or otherwise mess up the well crafted plans of either attacker or defender or both.

PROS:
- A complete battle take under 2 hours.
- Variety of units let you fine tune your attack if playing the Goblins.
- Decent music.
- Decent opportunity to use tactics. The game feature an "impulse" system. Every turn is broken dowen into 15 impluses. This allows you to coordinate attacks between units, as you can instruct each unit to begin their attack on specific impulses.

CONS:
-Trying to discern what is happening as each turn plays out is impossible and frustrating as heck. After each side plans its turn, you press the Turn button and the results of the planning unfold. But in a mind boggling way. Unit markers randomly appear and disappear on the map leaving you clueless as to what actually just happened. Once the blinking in and out stops, you see crossed sword battle markers which you can click and see what happened in each engagement. The bizarre way battles are presented really takes a lot of the fun out of the game.
- Graphics are minimal.
- Gameplay is quickly mastered and within no more than 2-3 battles, you will win every time.

All said and done, if you like light games about tactics, especially if you like fantasy settings, this might be worth buying. But Goblin Storm is really a $9.99 game posing as something more complex.. Goblin storm is an operational level strategy game set in a fantasy realm. It's fast paced (a playthrought takes 1-2 hours) but has enough variation, throught different factions' playstyle and randomize objectives, that it never feel repetitive.

It's heavily focused on manuvering. As human (defender) you never have quite enough forces to be everywhere and as goblin (attacker) you cannot waste time and resources to smash the human resistance. Goblin storm defenitly gives you the "Barbarossa campaign" feel in a fantasy setting.

While the interface might lack some bells and whistles it doesn't gets in your way by becoming clunky and the bugs are ironed out quickly by the very active developers.

If you are looking for a strategy game that can be played in one session and with multiplayer capabilty, then Goblin Storm is the game for you



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