European War 2

Developer: EASY Inc.

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 61.5 MB - Download


European war 2 is a new style strategy game on the background of WWⅡ(Super Risk).In the game depending on troops you can compete for territories such as lands,cities and oceans,further for resources,develop economy and military,conquer enemies' capitals and destory the enemies.There are 28 European countries including more than 200 land and sea areas,you can choose 12 countries from the Axis Powers and the Allies while enjoying kinds of game modes.

During the game you need to operate and distribute the three basic troops reasonably which include soldiers,tanks and artillery.(Soldier troop with high yields but general attack,tank troop with high attack and continue action when complete destroying the enemies,artillery troop attacks soldier troop and tank troop while they cannot strike back),judge on the current situation correctly at any time for the AI is outstanding.The attributes of arms are different from each country.For example,the tank of Germany is most powerful but with high price,the soldier of Soviet Union is cheapest,the navy of Britain is best.

In the game you need to use military cards to cooperate to the battle.
- Soldier Card (produce soldier troops)
- Tank Card (produce tank troops)
- Artillery Card (produce artillery troops)
- Battleship Card (take actions on the sea )
- Fortress Card (cannot move and attack during 3 rounds but improve defending)
- Construction Card (construct territories,improve taxes, highest level can draft army troop )
- Airstrike Card (Air attack the enemy of adjacent territory)
- General Card(equip a general to the troop for enhancing the attacking power)
- Marshal Card(equip a marshal to the troop for enhancing the defending power)
- Special Card (only owned by Germany,Soviet Union,Britain,France,Italy and used once every 7 rounds.)

Include two modes: conquest mode and battle mode

Conquest mode:choose one country from the 12 of the Axis Powers and the Allies to dominate Europe.The others will be your allies,enemies and neutral.
Battle mode:the main line to 4 countries (Germany,Britain,France,Soviet Union),16 battles for the game.

Chapter 1 Blitzkrieg
Chapter 2 Maginot Line
Chapter 3 Operation Barbarossa
Chapter 4 Top of Europe

Chapter 1 England Channel
Chapter 2 North Africa
Chapter 3 Battle of Berlin
Chapter 4 Battle of Eastern Europe

Chapter 1 Defend The Motherland
Chapter 2 Battle of Apennine
Chapter 3 Battle of Balkan
Chapter 4 Battle of Eastern Europe

Soviet Union
Chapter 1 Defend The Moscow
Chapter 2 Counter Attack
Chapter 3 Duel
Chapter 4 Top of Europe

Magnificent fighting music and sound can make you feel involvement.

- conquest mode and battle mode
- more than 200 territories
- 28 belligerent states
- 30 millitary troops
- 15 millitary cards
- 5 levels
- 17 battles
- autosave


Release Notes:

- add a age of conquest
- add Spanish-language support
- game speed adjustment


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by todd david

Great Game! - Worth $2.99

Found helpful by 7 out of 11 people
Version 1.1
Review by Alandaledaniel

European War II - This could have been a good game. The key flaw is the lack of instructions. There are symbols in the game, such as an E next to some units, that I cannot decipter. The only instructions are the tutorials which only tell one how to move and what most of the available cards can do. There are no other instructions in the game or online at the website. During the game I could not figure out why my points for purchasing war materials etc kept declining on each turn even though I was buying construction spots and I had not lost any spaces owned by me. I could not find out why the Spanish were fighting the Nazis or other weirdisms contained in the game. The worst was at the start of the 1941 scenario the English have no navy. Zero ships. Not many troops either. Odd considering the size of the English fleet in 1941 and the troops of the Commonweath available to the UK. The game itself is rather too basic. In war, speed of movement and terrain are critical. This game takes neither into account. I would expect armored units to outpace infantry units; however, they do not. Everything moves at one space per turn. I would also expect certain terrain features to increase the defensive power of a unit. Nope. All tarrain features are the same in defense or the attack. Units can become ships and then these units can land anywhere a land space is next to an ocean space. This is just dumb. Landing a force in Scotland isn't going to be as simple as landing in the south of England. Advancing through Greece and the Balkins is going to be much different than advancing across the plains of France. The spaces the units move over are more like provinces than a space normally used in a board game. The regions being moved across are all treated the same. An area of mystification is why two of your own units cannot be moved onto the same space. This means units, including ships, cannot move through a space occupied by your own units. Thus, a unit fighting for its life and losing points cannot have your own unit move onto that space to reinforce it. Also, when buying war materials, you cannot put the war materials just anywhere your units or cities occupy. In a few instances I was limited to putting my artillery into one place even though I had a lot of artillery units around the board. The worst part, as stated above, is the lack of instructions to explain the symbols on the units and the board. It would also be nice to know who your allies are and what you can do for one another. The maker of the game must understand that what seems intutive to them may not be to others. AD2

Found helpful by 18 out of 21 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.1
Review by SteinOfOrange

Terrible - Big headache with the screen scrolling all around while the AI countries fight.... dizzying. As a player it simply just fails. I was a big AOE and AOK player (multi-player) and this games seems like something that should be on the Atari 2600.

Found helpful by 6 out of 12 people
Version 1.1
Review by Metal Gear Ray

Great game for the price - I was able to get used to the game after one play through, it's well worth the $3 I spent on it. There are only two complaints that I have, 1) There needs to be a multiplayer, that would make it so much funner if I could play this game with my brother or friends. 2) Let us play as some more countries like Finland.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people
Version 1.1
Review by Nebula Sound Studio

Fantastic game! - Well worth $2.99, one of the most addictive games I've ever played. Only problem is that when you play Bulgaria, China will attack from the south in Turkey and they will cheat. They attack while under the fortress card which you're not supposed to be able to do and China's artillery moves into your position after a battle when their not supposed to. Because of this it's virtually impossible to win the game with Bulgaria while on the maximum difficulty level. One other thing is that the English and description could be better for first time users. Other than that, the game is phenomenal!

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 1.1
Review by Mukeli

Unexpected - is the word I would use to describe this game, as I did not expect to enjoy it as much as I have. It's easy to play for a short bit, go do something else, and then come back and play some more. For $2.99 you can't go wrong.

Found helpful by 15 out of 17 people
Version 1.1
Review by Kan Kop

The developers made a fun idea hard to enjoy - This game had a lot of potential, but despite much playing time, had great difficulty enjoying. The game shifts around so much, that it becomes nauseating. Really. The game makes you watch every player’s decision - no skip, though the game pauses when you switch to another tab to pass the time momentarily. The AI often make illogical decicions, which proved frustrating. For example, in one game scenario I played, Russia controlled the majority of the map - Spain (me), Italy, Britain, Turkey and Norway, being the sole survivors. Rather than concentrating their efforts against the impending Russian assault, all of them concentrated their full efforts on ME! While being simaltaneously destroyed by Russia. You’re probably better off just playing the board game Risk with a friend. Much easier and enjoyable.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people