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Advance Wars: Days of Ruin features intuitive but challenging strategy game play that will test players' mettle through a deep Story Mode and more than 100 Free Battle maps. In addition to mainstays of the Advance Wars military, new units such as the Motorbike and Flare make their debuts.



  • More than 60 exciting single player missions.
  • Within Story Mode, players can play through an additional 38 Trial stages. Although independent of the Story Mode, the Trial stages add much to the game play
  • challenge and depth.
  • New strategies also emerge by way of the Command Zone. For the first time, a Commanding Officer can enter one of the units, and by doing this, he or she
  • creates a Command Zone.
  • Create your own maps and share them with your friends or upload them to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
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