• Publisher: iQubi Inc.
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 217.3 MB
  • Version: 1.4.0
  • Price: $4.99
  • Average User Rating: 5 (4)
App description: *** Price Down!
June 2011 is the first anniversary of iQubi's App-Store Debut! Also, thank you very much to our friends, we have been selected as one of the World's Most Successful Game Studios in 2011 edition of develop 100! (http://www.develop100.com)
Celebrating those, and hoping that more friends enjoy our game, we are dropping the prices of our game!

The War of Eustrath is a Strategic/Tactical RPG.
You control various units -called 'GEAR's- and characters with unique abilities in semi-real time battles.
Enjoy battles and tales of knights with mysterious power in the world of Eustrath.
The results of battles and choices YOU make in the story affect the story and even the ending of this game.
Join the group of brave young soldiers. And see how the war ends with your own eyes.

Background

The stage of this game is the world called "Eustrath". Even though it has advanced technologies it differs from Earth by the existence of Elementals. Like magic in a typical fantasy world, the power of Elementals is accepted and utilized in everyday life. One of them are fighting machines called "Elemental GEARs". And there are also fighting machines called "Mechanical GEARs" whose power comes from the pure mechanical energy not elemental energy. These GEARs (both Elemental and Mechanical) are natural element of Eustrath. People accept them as part of their life and mainly utilize them for warfares.

Throughout the history of "Eustrath", there were three great wars recorded. This game is an attempt to revive one of those wars. The heroine of the game is a country girl "Tiana". You can control her and her companions to build the history of Eustrath.

Features

- Over 50 campaign stages are playable with several endings including a special one.
- More than 20 unique characters and over 40 units.
- Special abilities make battles more fun to play.
- Upgrade GEARs using various items.
- Intuitive User Interface.
- Many awesome illustrations in game.
- Highly detailed graphics.

ImNoSuperMan's comments:


iPhone Version : http://forums.toucharcade.com/showthread.php?t=62322
07-26-2010, 09:58 PM
Joined: May 2010
Location: Canada
Posts: 2,303
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Originally Posted by LordVader View Post
Really? You can honestly say you're 100% content with what it gives you? How about flash? Then there's the lack of a glowing apple in the back... :P
Dunno if that was sarcastic or not.. but I could care less that it has flash. Of course if I had the choice between an ipad with flash and an ipad without, everything else remaining exactly the same including the price, then yeah who wouldnt take one with flash, but really, I dont have much use for it.

I realize I may be in the minority there though.
07-26-2010, 10:04 PM
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Montreal
Posts: 1,999
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Originally Posted by Xexist View Post
Dunno if that was sarcastic or not.. but I could care less that it has flash. Of course if I had the choice between an ipad with flash and an ipad without, everything else remaining exactly the same including the price, then yeah who wouldnt take one with flash, but really, I dont have much use for it.

I realize I may be in the minority there though.
I agree with you. If they offered a version with flash and a version without, I'd probably take the one with flash (just in case), but I honestly don't care about flash at all.

07-26-2010, 10:29 PM
Joined: May 2010
Location: Burlingame CA
Posts: 2,382
Actually, I dislike Flash enough that I would pay extra for the version without Flash. It's just annoying and slow. On my PC, FlashBlock (for Chrome) is a godsend.
07-27-2010, 07:03 PM
Stage 32

I have not had many problems with the game but at stage 32 which is relatively simple I cannot seem to find out how to escape I can just keep tina taking on Wensloth (yes I know that is not right) but I cannot find the exact point to escape at.


P.S. This is a great game, and after beating Fire Emblem I haven't found anything like it but this a great game. Also a harder version would be nice
08-03-2010, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by DaviddesJ View Post
Actually, I dislike Flash enough that I would pay extra for the version without Flash. It's just annoying and slow. On my PC, FlashBlock (for Chrome) is a godsend.
+1, yeah...I'd opt for an iPad without Flash over one with Flash... Flash is retarded...


As for the op in this line of discussion, well, if the iPad had a front camera for Skype calls with video, it would be complete.
08-04-2010, 10:06 PM
How do i use the mass attack?

I have no idea how to use it, any help plz?
08-05-2010, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by DaviddesJ View Post
I don't get it. I can't think of anything my iPad doesn't do that I want, except that it could weigh a few ounces less. What "issues"?
Safari is my first issue. I use the ipad less and less for forums because of this. Here some of the troubles:
  • No way to quickly switch inside app the language used for spelling check.
  • In edit text box the way to scroll is totally awful.
  • In my language there too many special letter often used not in base keyboard like many accent characters (I know the quick swipe shortcuts to get them, but it's still a lot of trouble).
  • Lack of tabs, and for the current system like tabs but slower to use, each time you put a tab in front it refresh, awful even if I suppose memory limits could be a problem but with that fast disk a cache management would be easy.
  • I have more but the list is long enough.
08-09-2010, 01:46 AM
Joined: May 2010
Location: Burlingame CA
Posts: 2,382
OK, I can believe that iPad/Safari doesn't have great support for languages other than English. Seems like a valid complaint but not a big issue for most of the people posting here.

I'm actually pretty glad the number of tabs is limited, I tend to just open too many on my laptop. It's barely manageable there but on the iPad I think I'm really better off not even trying to have scores of them.
08-09-2010, 02:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Qordobo View Post
Safari is my first issue. I use the ipad less and less for forums because of this. Here some of the troubles:
  • No way to quickly switch inside app the language used for spelling check.
  • In edit text box the way to scroll is totally awful.
  • In my language there too many special letter often used not in base keyboard like many accent characters (I know the quick swipe shortcuts to get them, but it's still a lot of trouble).
  • Lack of tabs, and for the current system like tabs but slower to use, each time you put a tab in front it refresh, awful even if I suppose memory limits could be a problem but with that fast disk a cache management would be easy.
  • I have more but the list is long enough.
So this thread has turned to an iPad device review. LOL! Anyway I'm actually more than content with my iPad. I'm loving it, but I totally agree with a couple of your points. Scrolling in edit box is tough. What you have to do is scroll by highlighting, which is very taxing. And yes, opening a tab shouldn't autorefresh. At least there should be a setting to turn autorefresh off. Sometimes though, there have been instances when it hasn't autorefreshed regardless if I had wifi signal at the time or not. The pain of autorefresh is when you saved pages to read later on. Once you open the tab, you have to wait again to have it loaded. Worse of course is if you're in a wifi-less area. Your saved page would be gone. Nevertheless, these are issues that Apple can, and hopefully would, fix later on.
08-09-2010, 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted by thebleeptruth View Post
So this thread has turned to an iPad device review. LOL! Anyway I'm actually more than content with my iPad. I'm loving it, but I totally agree with a couple of your points. Scrolling in edit box is tough. What you have to do is scroll by highlighting, which is very taxing. And yes, opening a tab shouldn't autorefresh. At least there should be a setting to turn autorefresh off. Sometimes though, there have been instances when it hasn't autorefreshed regardless if I had wifi signal at the time or not. The pain of autorefresh is when you saved pages to read later on. Once you open the tab, you have to wait again to have it loaded. Worse of course is if you're in a wifi-less area. Your saved page would be gone. Nevertheless, these are issues that Apple can, and hopefully would, fix later on.
Sure all complain I listed would be quick and easy to fix, Apple just need some concurrent to have their ass kicked. Once Mozilla is going through Apple validation process and working well I'm pretty sure I'll never come back to Safari crap again, like on my Mac.

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