Author: Artfoundry Games |
Size: 147 Kb |
Requires: Win All |
License: FreeWare |
Downloaded: 1940 Times
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New Version: 1.3 5/5/08
+ Fixed a small bug that would unnecessarily display a number during the AI's attack phase
A game of strategy that anyone can learn and play nearly anywhere.
Any was originally designed to be a simple table-top style turn-based strategy game that anyone could play anywhere (thus the name of the game). Players could use pennies, m+m's, dice, even pencil and paper. The object of the game is to reduce the number of your opponent's base units to 0. If you like Stratego and/or Magic The Gathering, you may like this game as well.
This computer version of Any is a simple single-player ASCII graphics version for the Terminal/Command line.To play, simply double-click on the application. A Terminal shell (Mac) or Command line (PC) window will open and the game will start. You may choose to view the instructions in game, what player you want to be (1 or 2, player 1 always goes first), what you want the maximum unit Power level to be, and what level of AI you want to play against (low or high).
(only XP tested, but should work on any version)
This game should work on nearly any hardware (it requires less than 1MB of memory and hard drive storage)