Tuesday , December 1 2020

Möbius Front ’83 is the next Zachtronics game

The mind behind Opus Magnum and Infinifactory loses another smart game for you. Möbius Front ’83 is a new strategy game by Zachtronics in a past where the USA is invaded by its dark national self. Möbius Front ’83 will start its turn-based tactical battles in November.

“The year is 1983 and the United States of America must defend itself from an enemy they have never been able to imagine – an America from an alternate universe that will not stop to take control of the country’s heartland,” Zachtronics said.

“You will fight tactical, turn-based battles with the latest military hardware in the early 1980s. Use all available tools – powerful tanks, fast attack helicopters, long-range artillery, durable infantry and more – to control the complex and rapidly changing battlefields of the time. ”

Between battles you will have other activities such as an alternate version of Solitaire and “Zachtronics-style puzzle”, one of which looks like a logical puzzle for a programmable radio. Yup, that seems like exactly the kind of puzzle Zachtronic’s traffic in – the same type I’m awful at. Good luck for the logical brains out there.

Apparently one of the other downtime activities reads through some US military manuals that Zachtronics says inspired the tactical warfare of the 80’s.

As an American in space, I think I’m supposed to have a little bit of a joke about whether the alternative universe of the United States is actually evil. Imagine that jokes are here, because our election day is between now and the launch of MF83 so I am a beginner in the subject.

You can find Möbius Front ’83 on Steam where it starts on November 5.

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