Lords of Chaos Alternatives for Mac OS

Lords of Chaos

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Lords of Chaos is a Tactical, Adventure, Turn-based, RPG, and Single-player video game developed by Blade Software. It is the sequel to the Chaos game and offers the same gameplay to follow. Throughout the game, the player gets control over a character whose main is to reach a portal at the end of each level and appears after a specific number of turns… read more
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1. Codex of Victory: Sci-fi Turn-based Strategy

Codex of Victory: Sci-fi Turn-based Strategy is a Top-down Strategy and Single-player video game that is available to play on the Android Platform. The game takes place in a thrilling world where you discover mechs battling against each other for the hold of the world. It lets you start experiencing a beautiful combination of real-time base building and turn-based combat game elements, offering you more than 20 hours long gameplay with a story-based Single-player campaign.

More than 25 units available, and each one introduces you to endless variations. In the game, the high replay value gets made sure by procedurally generated campaign missions. The game uses the cel-shaded graphics and provides you with a science-fiction environment to navigate from a top-down perspective. Two playable factions are there, and you must choose your favorite one to start fighting against opposing power to take over the remaining territory to save humanity.

More About Lords of Chaos

Lords of Chaos is a Tactical, Adventure, Turn-based, RPG, and Single-player video game developed by Blade Software. It is the sequel to the Chaos game and offers the same gameplay to follow. Throughout the game, the player gets control over a character whose main is to reach a portal at the end of each level and appears after a specific number of turns.

The player’s wizard must move around a map that contains square tiles, and each one represents various terrain types. The interesting thing is that during the player’s turn, the parts of the map which the wizard has seen will be visible, and the rest of the parts becomes invisible for the player.

The game awards point to the player as he reaches the portal successfully and collects items such as valuable gems. The player has a fixed number of action points, which will decrease in performing actions, for example, moving, fighting, or shooting ranged weapons.

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