Battle Simulator Is Chickens Vs Penguins Vs Dwarves Vs Chuck Norris

Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator is not a game that lets you fight battles. It's a game that asks you to set them up to the man, then press a button, sit back and watch the chaos unfold.

Currently in Early Access on Steam, I've been messing around with it a bit lately so thought I'd whip this video up showing you how it all works.

On the one hand, it's the kind of thing that might be useful to someone looking to make a cheap documentary about the Roman Empire.

On the other, it's going to be very useful for settling drunken bets involving chickens.


    Undoubtedly early access but the idea is cool. Hopefully they end up adding some crazy modifiers that you can drop midgame. I picture a sudden morale boost or drop, weather effects, bloodlust (where all units start killing each other), stuff like that.

    Those troops... if they could drop in Soviet troops carrying AK's, which fire 7.62's, and take that into account, those knights would've had a far different outcome. 5.56's would've had a challenge getting through that armour but 7.62's would've turned the troopers to swiss cheese.

      Not sure what sort of infantry they were but if they were using a standard WW2 rifle such as the M1 Garand, then they are firing a 30.06 caliber round (or 7.62x63mm).

      I think the attacks didn't take armour into account. I noticed nobody seemed to reload and they appeared to shoot through each other either. Sort of makes me wish a AAA studio would buy them out and spend a few years making it insanely detailed.

    Why are you repeating articles kotaku?

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