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Ironclad Tactics, A Fast-Paced Card-Based Tactics Game Available For Pre-Order

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Ironclad tactics, the latest game from the creators of SpaceChem, is now available for pre-order on Steam, and direct from the developer via a humble widget. Billed as "a fast-paced, card-based tactics game set in an alternate history Civil War - with steam-powered military robots", this game comes with a single player campaign as well as co-op and skirmishes.

Addons, including a copy of Zachtronics' previous game SpaceChem and physical items are also available as bundles with the pre-order when directly ordered from the developer's site.

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Get it here: Ironclad Tactics or from the Steam. The game will be released on September 18th.

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3 comments

Liam Dawe 31 Aug, 2013
Well now, this looks awesome! Thanks for the submission Mr Guest added to my personal wishlist :D
Mike Frett 3 Sep, 2013
Yes it does Liam and even though I've never played any Card Based Games before; I might check this out. Might tide us over while you try beating an answer out the Scrolls Devs =p
Liam Dawe 3 Sep, 2013
The Scrolls developers sadly won't reply to me so I think I may just stop giving them any attention and drive force to indie's who won't shut us out.
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