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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Tactics 100 Live

Tactics Live 100Tactics 100 Live is a tactical strategy game similar to chess, but set in a fantasy world. Set up your army using 100 points spread across up to 10 pieces to take on your opponent with. Play the single player walkthrough or go head to head against a live opponent.

You play on a 7x7 board and start off facing your opponent. But things can quickly get out of hand if you choose to charge ahead with some of your pieces. Your starting army can consist of wizards, knights, archers and healers.

Play the single player version a few times and play around with your army. You can take the balanced default army straight through the 10 levels in the single player game, but it's only be experimenting with the various upgrades that you can really have fun with this game. Will you upgrade a few to their highest level? Do you want another archer, or do you want the healers abilities? Maybe you want to try out your luck with just wizards on your side?

I'm really enjoying this game. The strategic possibilities are just fascinating.

Some things you should keep in mind. Hitting from the side or back can pay off. But exposing your own backside to a knight can be deadly. Wizards chain reactions can be really useful, but without upgrading his damage potential, hitting the fourth opponent for only 2 points may not be worth it. Knights are great for both dealing and taking damage. Use them for buffers to protect your wizards and/or archers. Archers are cheap and don't do a lot of damage, but they are very mobile (and cheap).

It is possible to beat all ten levels in the single player without losing a life, but you may need to restart a level (without a penalty) to do it. Sometimes luck plays a part, too.

Play Tactics 100 Live at kongregate.


  1. You might have to be really lucky to win at this game.

  2. I think you need to be lucky to win all 10 levels without needing to restart any. But as long as you're willing to play with and select a more powerful army than the default, it's not that hard to finish without even losing one man.

  3. Interesting, I'll have to check that out.

  4. So this is turn based? hmm, sounds interesting enough to check out... once I get some time

  5. Yes, it's turn based. You move and/or attack with all of your pieces. Then your opponent gets to do the same.

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  7. I have created a strategy discussion board for the multiplayer aspect of TACTICS 100 LIVE. If you still play, would love to have your participation:


  8. Great game.

    I just discovered it 3 days ago.

    The only problem is the Multiplayer connection ... u have to wait for hours...