Do you sometimes think its high time you took a break and put your work off for a minute? You definitely do. Wouldnt it be nice to release the tension and wreak some havoc on the battlefield? But what would be a good time killer in a situation when you dont have any games at hand? There is an answer for all action-lovers out there War Games Construction Kit!
This game is ideal for quick and uncompromised battles in single or multiplayer modes. It allows you to face up to 16 live opponents on the virtual battlefield over TCP/IP and UDP, which is apparently much more fun than beating the computer again and again. The game offers several types of warfare and transportation types you can hunt for your enemies in a heavily-armored tank, attack them from the sky using one of the available planes, shell them with your artillery and, finally, become a soldier and show what a real commando can do when ordered to fire at will!
Not only is it a game, but also a tool that allows you to create your own maps, battlefields and scenarios using the integrated world builder. This feature is unique and will never let you and your friends get bored. The OpenGL engine used by the game supports even older videocards and generally has very modest system requirements. Joystick support will add to your piloting and tank-driving experience.
But the best thing about War Games Construction Kit is that its totally free! So if you are tired of reading all this, just click the download button and show them whos in charge!
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