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Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator

What if 10 000 chickens fought Roman cavalry? Find out with this game

Who would win between a group of soldiers from World War Two and a Roman army? What about a battle between medieval soldiers and 10 000 chickens? Fortunately, Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator has the answer for you.

Available via Early Access on Steam, the game has you putting together a battle, choosing from World War Two soldiers, Roman troops, animals and a variety of fantasy creatures. Once you’ve chosen the combatants, you’ll simply need to sit back and watch the battle unfold.

Still, those wanting to get into the thick of things can take control of a unit if they want, the developer added.

Early reviews for Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator are mostly positive, according to Steam, with users praising the concept and basic gameplay. However, some have also criticised it for a lack of variety and polish. Either way, it’s still in Early Access and the developer has confirmed that they’ll be polishing the title and adding new features.

Check out some gameplay footage below.

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