Desert Stormfront

Developer: Noble Master LLC

Current Version: 1.0.473

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 103.4 MB - Download


Desert Stormfront is a Real-Time Strategy (RTS) game situated in the desert. You play on hot desert landscapes for power and oil. Units at your disposal include Humvees, Tanks, Artillery, Mechanics, Helicopters, Planes, Ships and Submarines amongst others. Desert Stormfront supports multiplayer games over LAN and internet including co-op multiplayer.

The game features 30 pre-defined campaign missions where you take command and fight battles in the desert for control of major cities, oil fields and military structures.

Desert Stormfront contains a random map generator in addition to the 30 campaign missions. Scenarios include eliminating enemy forces, capturing the flag, defending against incoming troops, convoy missions, sea and air battles as well as tank fights. The game keeps track of high scores and playing statistics.

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Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.473
Review by sjulian21

Love the game - I do like this game but it does have some issues, the skirmish options do not include a map option. i dont particuarly like doing the same map over and over. Also the multiplayer is a bit funky with me it might be my wifi it might be the game, im not sure. overall a good game i dont regret buying it.

Found helpful by 11 out of 13 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.473
Review by kw.chitown

Retro RTS game - This game reminds me when the RTS genre was just coming out. There is nothing hard or complicated with this game. There are tanks, jets, humvees, helicopters, and more. It does take a little time to get used to. Multiplayer is the only thing I have not tried yet because there is no one online; I am assuming not a lot of poeple have this game. Anyone can host a game though and start a match. Lastly, If you are looking for a rich campaign, you are not going to get it here. Campaign is just a bunch of ramdom missions. Besides that and some minor annoyances the game is solid, it feels like it was made in the 90's (Which is not a bad thing).

Found helpful by 8 out of 10 people