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Ships Ahoy - To End All Wars

Commemorating the centenary of the Battle of Tannenberg, AGEod now offers To End All Wars, a turn-based grand strategy game set during World War I, which unfortunately failed to live up to the billing as "the war to end all wars." You can find images and details on the game's official product section, where you can also pick up the game and enjoy its $5.00 introductory discount, and it will also appear on Steam by the end of the week. We have a video introducing the game, and here's a description:

One hundred years ago today, Russian and German forces were standing facing each other in East Prussia. This early confrontation on the Eastern Front – known as the Battle of Tannenberg - resulted in the almost complete destruction of the Russian Second Army and the suicide of their main commander, Samsonov. On the German side the battle made Paul von Hindenburg famous for the rest of the war, and proved that moving troops quickly by train could bring a decisive advantage. Technology was an asset that could make all the difference in the years to come…

In To End All Wars - their new Grand Strategy game dedicated to WW1 - Ageod (www.ageod.com) aim to reproduce in detail this conflict that involved all of the main powers of this period. The AGE engine has been especially enhanced in order to cover the specifics of this war. New technologies, trenches, war plans, aerial and armored units, and an original diplomatic system have been implemented to simulate the Great War with a high level of realism.

Today we are proud to announce that the game is finally released! Players can now embrace a new military career by leading the destiny of one the major WW1 alliances that fearlessly fought, not only for Europe, but also for Africa and Asia. The game allows a high degree of freedom in terms of decisions, so battles, diplomatic relations, political events and war production will depend on player’s choices.

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