App description: Take the side of the Union Army or the Confederate Army during the American Civil War (1861-1865) in this iPad turn-based strategy board game. 'Battlefields Civil War' features six historic battles on six huge maps, each offering unique strategic challenges.

Featured battles are:
The Battle of Bull Run, Brandy Station, Chickamauga, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg and Shiloh.

'Battlefields Civil War' is designed specifically for iOS. It combines the best of traditional board (hex)games and excellent UI design. The game is suitable for both new and experienced strategy/wargame players.

Features:
- Play against online opponents through Game Center (turn based two player game)
- Pass and play (2 players) or vs. computer AI (1 player)
- Historic unit names (on/off)
- Fog of War (on/off)
- A choice between numerical based and textual based gameplay
- 3 zoomlevels - strategic/tactical/operational
- In-game statistics
- Tutorial, instructions and in-game help
- Upload high scores to Game Center Leaderboard
- Save game/resume
- Retina optimized in-game graphics
02-05-2014, 01:09 PM
#2
Thanks

Hi,

I am happy to see that our Battlefields Civil War game started to appear on the various AppStore in those parts of the world were it is already the 6th of Feb.

Thanks (again) to all of you who provided feedback in general and provided feedback during the test phase.

Best Regards,
Marc / The Bitstreamers

02-05-2014, 01:55 PM
#3
Are there different AI Level?

Schenker P505 Notebook | iPad Air 2 | iPhone 6+

I reject your reality and substitute my own.
02-06-2014, 02:09 AM
#4
As a teen i loved this game: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_Line:_1914-1918

This iOS release seems to be somewhat similar. I hope they will create and iPhone version!

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Plus+: Lakeshore / OpenFeint & Game Center: taptoplay.de
02-06-2014, 12:43 PM
#5
Hi,

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mythbuster View Post
Are there different AI Level?
No, we had three AI levels in our first game but found out that the AI difficulty setting was hardly changed by anyone. So we took the best one from our first game and improved it a bit.

Best Regards,
Marc / The Bitstreamers
02-06-2014, 02:31 PM
#6
Would live to TOFTT but I'm broke this week. Anyone?
02-06-2014, 06:57 PM
#7
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Originally Posted by nremondelli View Post
Would live to TOFTT but I'm broke this week. Anyone?
Yes... and with the companies track record some reviews are certainly in order before I jump to make a purchase. Plus, with Shenandoah Studios, a trusted developer, civil war game and Ultimate Generals, which is looking incredibly promising, both nearing release I have to ask, beside getting to market first why should I chose this title over either of the other two, or do I really need three civil war games?

I appreciate that one in an RTS and one is on an operational level but still I'm very eager to see how this title holds up. A shame that demo's are a dead concept.

Last edited by Topherunhinged; 02-06-2014 at 07:21 PM.
02-07-2014, 01:37 AM
#8
Hi,

Please check some the reviews below. Also be ware that Battlefields Civil War includes 6 battles, not one.


The Wargamer - Review and Interview
The Strategy Wargame video review
iPhone Club - Netherlands
AppleCenter - Poland

Best Regards,
Blit

Last edited by thebitstreamers; 02-07-2014 at 01:43 AM.
02-07-2014, 02:16 AM
#9
Beyond the fact that the two reviews in English are in fact the same review, that term entirely undeserved as first impression would be far more accurate, I can't say that it is paticularly helpful. Perhaps, in a few days when reviewers, those with integrity, have had sufficient time to apply a critical lens.

I do appreciate the links. Thank you, of course, unfortunately I neither speak Polish nor Norwegian. Still, appreciated.

Now, I will confess that historical accuracy isn't overly important to me, but out of curiosity, why include such unit specific identifications and then change their places and times of arrival on the battlefield? I'd imagine for game balance but perhaps there are specifics, just as an insight into the development.
02-07-2014, 04:16 AM
#10
Hi,

Are you suggesting that the sites which have posted reviews (including www.wargamer.com) sofar lack integrity? None of these sites conduct paid/sponsored reviews...

Not sure which details you are looking for which are not covered at www.wargamer.com, present on our website. Please elaborate.

Br,
Marc

Quote:
Originally Posted by Topherunhinged View Post
Perhaps, in a few days when reviewers, those with integrity, have had sufficient time to apply a critical lens.

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