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Military Madness [Virtual Console] Videos and Trailers - Wii

Military Madness [Virtual Console]
Game Description:A downloadable version of the classic TG-16/PC-Engine game, provided through Nintendo's Virtual Console service. Military Madness is a futuristic simulation game that throws the player into the middle of a war on the moon's surface. The rules are simple, making it easy for newcomers to enjoy the thrills of this war-strategy game. Players can see easy-to-understand, detailed instructions from the Title screen. Military Madness is also turn-based, allowing players to devise their strategy before they move. To top it off, the units players have for each stage are already decided, allowing them to concentrate on commanding. Use the terrain and surround enemies to claim victory. Fight through all 16 stages and thwart the enemy's ambitions!
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