|Category:||Science-Fiction, Skirmish Battles|
|Description:||Urban War: Strike-Team Actions is a fast-paced sci-fi skirmish tabletop game designed for two or more players. It is a simple game to learn but difficult to master.|
Players build small “Strike-Teams” of between 8 to 12 figures aside from a range of factions with differing play styles and strengths. The game’s individual model and experience based system enabling a unique variety of tactical choices, for players to develop their Strike-Teams to suit their own personal play-style and strategies. Each game can take from between 30 minutes to an hour to play depending on the player’s experience.
Urban War: Strike-Team Actions offers a true multi-player experience; it doesn’t always have to be a two sided battle, you can have games with 3, 4 or 5 individual Strike-Teams each out for themselves, and with only one Strike-Team the eventual winner, the potential scope for scheming, back stabbing and betrayal adds yet another layer to this already dynamic game.
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|Popularity:||The game is played by <1% of the T³-Users.|
It's the preferred game of <1% of the T³-Users.
The T³-Users can field a total of 12800 points.
|Rating (1-5):|| |
Average rating 3.8 after 27 vote(s).
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|This is a list of all supported armies/factions, their distribution between the players and a statistical review in the tournament field:
- DP: How many players play this army.
- DA: How big is the percentage of all armies.
- TN: How often the army was used on a tournament.
- TS: How strong is the army on tournaments. The strongest army is used for an index of 100 (see army ranking for details). A value of 0 means that we don't have enough data for a classification yet.
- TV: How often did the army win a tournament.
- If there is another army/faction behind a name in brackets, the entry is a sub type of this army/faction.
The distribution is based on 28 players from Germany with 51 army selections. The tournament data is based on 8 tournament placements. You can enter your own armies, if you create an account.