Machines At War 3 Battles Into Beta – Dramatic Story Driven Retro Strategy Game


Machines at War 3 is the sequel to Land Air Sea Warfare, which was chosen by Apple as one of the FIRST iPad Games of the Week and reached the top of the charts in many countries. Machines at War 3 blends classic, old school graphics with the sophisticated gameplay of today’s hottest strategy titles, creating an action-packed, story driven experience for gamers.  Beta testers have noted being reminded of successful RTS games Red Alert and Total Annihilation.


The player of Machines at War 3 acts as a military commander, aided by a spunky officer named Samantha Vice, with the ultimate goal of solving the mysterious disappearance of a research team known as the Omicron Initiative.  The dramatic story unfolds over 21 missions with varied objectives, from base building and tower defense, to navigating stealth subs and commanding gigantic mega units.

With access to over 130 units customizable by researching in-game technologies, and a dynamic multiplayer experience utilizing randomly generated maps, the replay value is virtually limitless.



Gameplay elements:
base building, tower defense, navigate stealth subs, command gigantic mega units, research technologies.

– Experience a dramatic story in 21 missions
– Multiplayer combat with four friends
– Build over 130 units and technologies
– Dominate with seven awesome mega units
– Play unlimited skirmish matches with random maps
– Translated in 10 languages


Release Date: Second quarter 2013
Price: $19.99
Platforms: PC / Mac
Languages: English, German, Chinese, Japanese, French, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Italian
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Isotope 244 is an independent developer of games for iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Windows based in Tampa, FL USA.  It was founded by James Bryant in 1999. Isotope 244 is best known for developing strategy and action games for both desktop and mobile devices.  The company has received numerous awards for its real-time strategy and action games.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!