Phantom Brigade is a turn-based tactics video game developed by Tetragon Works.
It features lots of giant robots and some minor things on the side:
Make high-level tactical decisions on the world map, manage your base, and decide how to apply your limited resources. Move your squads across the country and carefully balance risk against rewards.
Take command of your squad in a varied selection of missions ranging from sabotage of enemy equipment to infiltration of high tech facilities, and from convoy ambushes to challenging outpost onslaughts.
The game features a rich customization system, allowing you to tweak every performance metric, configure every bit of equipment and access a wealth of cosmetic options. Make your squad visually striking and ready to face any challenge.
It wouldn't be a proper game about walking tanks without some crushed buildings. Our tech allows every square meter of every scene to be destroyed. Create your own routes, blow up the enemy cover, or even catch your enemy off guard after someone's torn off arm crushes through a roof, leaving a flank exposed.
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Spring 2017 / Closed alpha
The game takes place in an alternative reality setting and tells the story of a resistance force fighting the occupation of their homeland. You have walker platforms (mechs) at your disposal, which can be customized down to the smallest detail: from weapon loadouts to individual armor pieces, from paint and camouflage to performance tuning.
But those powerful weapons are worthless without your pilots, so your first priority will be their protection. The same is true for your enemies, so forcing enemy pilots to eject and capturing the empty walkers will be one of the ways to expand your arsenal. Your missions range from sabotage of enemy equipment and infiltration of the high tech facilities to the convoy ambushes.
Tetragon Works is a small indie game development studio, located in Seattle WA. We have diverse backgrounds in technical art and performance critical programming. We deliver high-quality content on a small budget through use of procedurally assisted tools and workflows. Contact us at: