Battlegoat begins Kickstarter drive for Supreme Ruler 1936
Posted: 18.10.2013 04:37 by Comments: 0
BattleGoat Studios has announced that the next game in their Geo-political series, Supreme Ruler 1936, is now on Kickstarter, looking to raise $60K CAD. According to lead designer David Thompson, Kickstarter will allow the studio to add more game content.

"Kickstarter funding will allow us to add more historical scenarios, more campaign starting points, and much more game content. It will also allow us to launch a beta program and incorporate ideas, feedback and suggestions from our most important audience: our supporters." said Thompson.

Supreme Ruler 1936 will allow players to take control of a nation in the World War II era, and run it through military campaigns or play in one of many historical scenarios - or just play in a sandbox mode.

The bullet-list of official features include:

Play Multiple Campaigns from either the Axis or Allied perspective.
Take Control of any Nation in Sandbox Mode and impact the outcome of the era.
Challenge yourself with Historical Scenarios for a faster-paced gameplay experience.
The butterfly effect... Influence the timeline and outcome of thousands of historical events.
Use Diplomacy, Trade, Espionage, and Intimidation to influence the policies of other nations.
Research new Technologies to give your nation a significant military advantage.
Modernize your economy to support whatever social and military policies you choose.
Sophisticated Real-Time Strategic and Tactical Control of your Military Forces.
Detailed historically-accurate armies down to the Battalion level.
Choose your level of control. Make all decisions or use your Cabinet Ministers to help.
Battle the elements! Fully integrated weather model influences battlefield outcomes.
Significant graphic improvements to 3D terrain and Graphic User Interface
Up to 16 players in Multiplayer over local network or Internet

Gamers interested in backing Supreme Ruler 1936 can visit the official site here. The game will be available in Q1 2014 for PC and Mac.

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