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Tooth and Tail
Tooth and Tail

Genre: Strategy
Developer: Official Site: http://www.toothandtailgame....
Publisher:
Release Date:
September 2017
Friday, 15 September 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:07pm 15/09/17 | 2 Comments
Tooth and Tail from developer Pocketwatch Games offers a world where squirrels fight for freedom and badgers wield mini-guns. But in a way that's both fun and thematically rich. Think George Orwell's Animal Farm and you get the idea. Battles aren't turn-based but real-time, with quick missions that present both a challenge and a great way to team up with another player. Our full review!


In Tooth and Tail you’re only really in control of a single unit - the commander. Production is tied directly to farms, as is your base of operation. From there you can build little Warrens that periodically spawn squirrels (aka The Distillery Brothers) or ferrets strapped with mortar cannons (aka The 3-2-1 Brigade) or even construct defensive structures. Unit caps are determined by the number of Warrens you’ve built and will keep spawning new troops as long as you’ve got the food to back it up. The farmers, by the way, are all pigs.


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