. You are defeated if you lose your command center. Please sent your opinion and feedback about map. Pasha is very angry with the laser generals and set some limitations to make their life difficult. The attacks of enemy troops will come from the middle of the map. Just don't sit around and enjoy the scenery.
If you are pro enough to handle 4 other enemies while defending your fortress, then you can be the next fortress commander. Every attack is made by 3 alternative teams randomly and their units upgraded. The tactically placed military bases with its artillery platforms, reinforcement pads, and additional resources provide manifold options for exciting combats. Use the cities resources to defeat your opponents. Players do not have options for difficulty of map as Easy, Medium and Hard Army. In this 5 player skirmish map, challenge yourself against 4 enemies. Make sure you get to it first.
In this detailed 4 player skirmish map, you either make it rich or end up in a ditch. Get out there and conquer commander! We Are The Last Man standing in the area , You and your team with Gign Commanders Colonel Burtons need to survive the waves and destroy The Specified 7 Targets -hospital -airport -4garages -labaratory. Nuke your way into victory. Make sure you can get to them before they do. There are 10 Ground Waves, 3 Air Strikes, 3 Amphibious Landing Attacks, 3 Brutal Pasha Tunnel Sneak Attacks and 1 Air Drop Attack.
However the city will prevent bombers of reaching their destination. Who knows, where Amphibious Landings and Sneaks will come. Oh and the nuke in the middle of the map is set to launch once captured. One vs all or all vs one? Plenty of space to build and there are alternate ways of massing an army. Please do not hesitate to contact with me about bugs and my mistakes on map. Tried to work out the bugs with the unmanned units however ran into a slight snag.
Before the Whole Reinforcement Battalion Got Arrived. The enemy air strikes will come by the sea. Therefor we called it Pasha Tunnel. . .
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