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Choose the Eras you would like to see in a future Pixel Soldiers game

Ancient
Medieval
Renaissance / Pike & Shotte (approx 1500 to 1700)
18th Century (1700 to 1792)
Napoleonic (1792 to 1815)
19th Century European and American Wars
Colonial Wars (Examples: Zulu War, American West)
Early 20th Century (up to 1939)
World War 2
Modern (1945 onward)
Fantasy
Sci-Fi
Other (leave reply below)
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Kris

May 14, 2017, 11:51:27 PM
Pixel Sergeant Posts: 43
You can vote up to 5 times, and may change your vote later. If you want to be more specific about your vote, write a reply below. Thanks!  :)

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 1
I would like to see a world war 3 type of pixels game i think it would be very interesting

  • Pixel Sergeant
  • Posts: 43
Interesting! Thanks for taking part!

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 1
This is a great simple game don't complicate it with too many unit types. I have all four games and the best for me is still Waterloo. Played loads and still can't win last Prussian battle on hardest level.

  • Pixel Sergeant
  • Posts: 43
Welcome to the forum! Can you tell me what you mean about not adding too many unit types? Are you referring to a specific game?

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 1
I think something in the war of 1812 would be pretty cool

  • Pixel Sergeant
  • Posts: 43
Agreed! A game about the War of 1812 could make a fun small action game.

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 1
hey I'm a huge fan. i think the game does up thru the civil war really well, but is best for the american revolution, napoleonic times, and the american civil war

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 1
I think, renaissance its very interestibg conception.

  • Pixel Sergeant
  • Posts: 43
Thanks for the suggestions and votes everyone. :)

  • Pixel Private
  • Posts: 2
I think if you do make a WWII game, the addition of a level of holocaust resistance should be added

  • Pixel Sergeant
  • Posts: 43
Not sure how I would go about doing that, but thanks for the idea! :)