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Conflict of Nations: Modern War


Get to play one of the most massive MMORTS games available on the internet today.

Focus on strategy and acquiring victory points to win the game whether you decide to engage in destructive warfare or take the more practical and peaceful diplomatic route.

See and experience what a WW3 scenario would possibly look like and what it feels to be a part of and a major player in it.


Get to play one of the most massive MMORTS games available on the internet today.

Focus on strategy and acquiring victory points to win the game whether you decide to engage in destructive warfare or take the more practical and peaceful diplomatic route.

See and experience what a WW3 scenario would possibly look like and what it feels to be a part of and a major player in it.



You start the game by signing up. You are then presented with the list of available games that you can join. Each game will show the number of days it has been going on and the number of current players as to max players which is 26. Also, you have the option of creating your own game. The game features different languages so be sure to take note of that when joining as you will have to communicate with the other players in that game.

You will have to choose a country that is not yet taken by another player from a given list as the rest will be controlled by bots. Each listed country will have each own features and options depending on where they are located on the map. Incidentally, the game map is based on Google Maps so it resembles as much as possible the current world map we have today.

The world map can be scrolled and zoomed to see the countries up close. The game is huge as it uses the whole world for a battlefield. The game uses real world time so building, learning a technology, gathering resources and other tasks may take days to complete. In short, you cannot play this game in one sitting.

Added to the time frame the game is complex as there are many factors and information regarding the countries and the situation they are in that you must be aware of. When centering on a country or any particular location, information boxes appear on the screen along with menu options where you can choose the moves you want to take if you can interact with said location.

Zooming on the map will show the cities and military units in the area. The game focuses on strategy and if you look closely at it resembles the classic game Risk in many ways. You are awarded victory points for every territory you win and each territory is assigned a particular number. The end goal is to amass as much territorial victory points as you can possibly get to the tune of around 1061 victory points. Also, the number of points per territory will be determined by the importance and state of the territory itself like the type of structures, population and resources it contains.

Choose your country well as its location will affect the way you play your game. A country adjacent to others like right smack in the middle of the EU is likely to have a lot of conflicts from the very start as you will be surrounded by other countries that would want to annex you. On the other hand, a country surrounded by water like Australia can have the time needed to build up it's forces, defenses, economy and other national concerns before being actually attacked or deciding to be the one to attack.

One great thing about the game is that it features a diplomacy option. You will be able to see the relationship between your country to the others as you can either be at peace or have a trade, cold or actual war with them. The game also has a news feature that brings you an up-to-date world situation in the game like which nations are at war and which nations have been annexed by who and so on and so forth.

As for the social aspect of the game, you can interact with the other players by forming alliances, trading with them, sharing resources and other things that countries do with each other like crossing two fingers with one hand at the back while shaking hands with the other. There are a myriad of possibilities that can happen since not all players will be at the level. The game provides options for spying and espionage so players will always have to be on the look out for other players or bots deciding to play dirty.

When diplomacy fails and firing at each other becomes imminent, it would be best to remember that this game has no tactical options like C & C and the like. You cannot send your troops and move them here and there on a battlefield. Once you send them then that's it. The outcome will depend on the strength, logistics and moral of your forces with respect to theirs so planning is important at the strategic level. This game depicts what RTS really is and not the games which are RTTS and labeled incorrectly as RTS. Dota, StarCraft and Company of Heroes fall into this.

Finally, the game has a micro-transaction option as well. In almost everything you do you will need the games premium currency which is Gold (talk about the real world). Nope, no Fiat currencies anymore. Gold speeds things up whether it's research, production, training, troop movement and other activities. In essence, he who has the Gold controls the narrative and he who can purchase the Gold with real cash is likely to have this advantage over his free2play counterparts.

If you have played Risk and other similar games before, you will be at home with Conflict of Nations: Modern War. The game is web based and you can register and join via it's Bytro website or through Steam. If you fancy this kind of gaming and have the patience to play it for days on end, just pay a visit to said locations and get yourself involved with WW3 at a massive scale. Besides, with everything happening in the world today, we may not have to wait very long for it.


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