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Running With Rifles is a really fun top down army action game that promises to keep you entertained for a long time. It mixes army vs army combat with vehicles and a customizable load-out as you play the game.

I interviewed the developer and did a game-play video for you back in April and it just gets better! See my game-play below:
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In the newest beta the enemy AI is now a lot smarter, so prepare to get a run for your money!

The map has been overhauled to better show troop distribution on your team.

The campaign now has an initial set of ranked medals and titles you can earn for things like destroying certain vehicles or stealth.

You can also play as any faction in the campaign now which was highly requested.

The maps have been updated with new destroyable features like water tanks.

See the full changelog of the new version here.

Check the game out on Desura & Steam. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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3 comments

minj 7 Jun, 2014
Even the old AI annihilated me :/
Anonymous 9 Jun, 2014
For some reason I get terrible performance on my humble Intel HD4600. If it wasn't for that I would have bought it a long long time ago. Had so much fun with the demo last year.
Vissy 10 Jun, 2014
Quoting: AnonymousFor some reason I get terrible performance on my humble Intel HD4600. If it wasn't for that I would have bought it a long long time ago. Had so much fun with the demo last year.

That GPU is technically more then powerful enough to handle RWR. Must be something in the driver itself.
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