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Naked War

 

Screenshots

Naked War screenshots taken from Beta 4, 18th July 2006

Front end

Screenshots of the front end, title screen, attract mode, options screens etc.

Front End screenshot 1

Attract mode begins on boot up.

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The Naked War logo appears to the sound...

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...of Loop Aznavour's 'Let Us In', as a squad...

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... of soldiers make their way across an island...

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...in tanks, boats...

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and helicopters...

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...eventually reaching the end of the island...

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...where they start blowing things up!

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Registered players can select Log In to access more features.

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Previously logged in users are remembered locally.

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Type in your username and password to log in...

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...and Email Challenges and the Editor become available.

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The graphics setup page allows you to adjust the performance of the game.

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Mouse camera and zoom controls are customisable to suit all tastes.

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You can configure the game to use non-standard http ports, or your office proxy.

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The map selection screen shows a visual representation of all the islands available.

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Then you get to have a good look around the island before you commit to using it.

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Play scissors / paper / stone to see who goes first.

Turn Setup

Screenshots showing how the game is played; how the player sets up commands for a turn.

Setup screenshot 1

Each turn begins with an inspection of your squad.

Setup screenshot 2

You can rotate and zoom the camara around the island.

Setup screenshot 3

When you select a soldier to command, a star appears beneath him.

Setup screenshot 4

Yellow stripes indicate the maximum movement distance available.

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Click anywhere in those stripes to create a move command.

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The yellow stripes now highlight the remaining movement range.

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Red stripes highlight the firing range from that spot.

Setup screenshot 8

Selecting a target creates a firing arrow.

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You can add a text and voice message to any command.

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The commands you add appear on the 'timeline' at the bottom right.

Setup screenshot 11

When you're ready, add a message and send the turn to your opponent.

Setup screenshot 12

Movement and firing arrows are only visible as you create them...

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...but you can press space to see everything you've planned at once.

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Line-of-sight weapons fire directly at their target, provided its visible.

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Projectile weapons fire shells in a parabolic arc to any point within range...

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...including cells which aren't visible from where they are fired from.

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Boats have a long and high firing range.

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Gun Turrets have a long firing range and a large impact radius.

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Helicopters use line-of-sight, but hit everything between them and their target.

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You can set up simple turns with only one or two commands...

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...or very complex turns of up to 28 commands, if your brain is big enough!

Turn Play Back

Screenshots showing how a turn is viewed, either an incoming turn from another player, or a turn which has been set up and sent to the opponent.

Play back screenshot 1

Incoming turns begin with a recap of the status of each team's soldiers.

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Then the turn starts, displaying a message from your opponent.

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The soldiers move out, executing their orders.

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In full screen playback mode, the camera keeps all the action in view.

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Your opponent can include messages (text & speech), spoken by individual soldiers.

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Ouch! The opposing team claim a doofer as Ste is demobbed.

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Big explosions destroy massive sections of the island before your eyes...

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...and leave behind deep, permenant craters.

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As each soldier completes his moves the camera zooms in on those still active.

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There are three other camera modes to watch play back in.

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This is the mini-cam mode, showing a plan view of the island...

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...with mini-cams showing a close up of each active soldier.

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As each soldier finishes executing his commands...

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...his mini-cam disappears...

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...until only the last active soldier is visible.

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The third alternate camera mode is split screen.

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There the screen is split into quarters with 4 active soldiers...

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...or Dallas style vertical stripes for 3 active soldiers.

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Each soldier's commands are visible at the base of each split.

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Only two soliders active here.

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You get some pretty nice close ups...

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...with only one or two soldiers active.

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The 4th camera mode is plan view, a no frills strategic camera.

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At the end of playback you can rewatch the turn, look around, or plan your response.

 

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