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Achron Time travelling RTS game gets updated

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Achron the rather interesting time-travelling Real Time Strategy title has received an update recently that should improve performance, hooray!

For those unfamilair Achron describes itself as:
QuoteAchron is the first and only game to feature single-player and multiplayer free-form time travel. It is the world's first meta-time strategy game, a real-time strategy game where players and units can jump to and play at different times simultaneously and independently.

It is a little difficult to get into but it's a very interesting concept for an RTS, you should give it a go, especially now after it has gotten many, many updates since it's released, it should perform rather well now!

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The game is available for $19.99 and that gives you a copy to gift to a friend too! It's a well supported game given all the updates and improvements it gets since release, go ahead and tell us what you think!
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edgley 15 July 2013 at 8:49 am UTC
Interesting that they only support the x86_64 architecture at the moment -- though I much prefer this way round thanonly ever getting a x86 build because "it works like that on Windows".
Edgar 15 July 2013 at 9:59 am UTC
I played one of the first releases of Achron and it was unpleasant. All the units looked very dark and too similar, and their movement was just a big traffic jam.
A few versions before, I tried the game again and the biggest problems had been fixed. The gameplay was improved to acceptable.
If it has been improved a bit with every update, it may start looking like agood game. I should give it another try.
Cheogh 15 July 2013 at 1:23 pm UTC
Now if they could just put it on steam for linux.
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