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The first release, dubbed  Danger Alliance: Battles has two game-modes based around a skirmish style of play, including ‘Strategic Victory’ and 'Elimination'. Each squad is customisable and the characters all have their own unique weapons and abilities. You need to learn their strengths and weakness and adjust your tactics accordingly and, as you increase your mastery, the crafty computer opponent is ready to ramp up with you. It’s like Chess, with rocket launchers. We’re giving the game away for free with two battlefields to play on in the "Lite" version, and if you'd like to help us out; paid users will get even more gorgeous, highly tactical battlefields and additional characters to continue the action!
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