AI War:AI War
AI War: Fleet Command is a space-based RTS with incredible AI and the largest number of units (30,000+ in most games) of any game we know of. Up to eight players team up against two deadly AI civilizations in lengthy, multi-session campaigns spanning an 80-120 planet galaxy map. More About AI War
- I'm Just Starting Out -- What Should I Do?
- Where Are The Keyboard Controls For The Game Documented?
- How Do I Get More Ships?
- How Do I Get More Knowledge?
- How Do I Use The Priority Buttons In The Galaxy Map?
- Do Shots Miss Sometimes?
- Should I Micromanage Ships In Battle?
- What Does Flashing On The Galaxy Map Indicate?
- What Can I Do If The Game Seems Too Slowly Paced?
- Some Of My Ships Are Extra Slow, Or Won't Move At All. Why?
- How Do I Barricade A Wormhole?
- How Do I Prevent Enemies From Sending Waves Against A Planet?
- Why Would I Unlock Turrets Instead Of Mobile Ships?
- How Do I Establish A Beachhead?
- What's The Best Way To Handle Scouting?
- Why Does An Enemy Planet Get Reinforcements After Its Warp Gate Is Gone?
- How Do I Kill Force Fields?
- How Do I Destroy Special Forces Command Posts?
- What Do I Do About SuperFortresses?
- What Do I Do About Ion Cannons?
- What's The Best Way To Use Parasites?
- What Are Spiders (And Other Weaker Ships) Good For?
- Why Can't I Repair Some Ships (Such As Forts/Force Fields)?
- What Do Astro Trains Do?
- Do I Gain Anything From Holding Captive Human Settlements?
- Does Losing An Advanced Research Station Matter After I've Held It Once?
- Am I Ever Able To Build Core/Mark V Units?
- What Do Command Posts Do?
- How Can I Best Use Engineers?
- Why Do Yellow Beams Come Out Of Nowhere And Hit My Ships?
- Are Ships Supposed To Be Able To Slip Past Mines?
- What Is The Best Way To Clear The Remains Of Enemy Mines?
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