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The Far Frontier

The Far Frontier

Casual, Indie, Strategy
The Far Frontier is a combination of two popular game genres: match 3 and strategy. While playing, two players fight using a shared match 3 area. They must use tactics and strategy to win.
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The Far Frontier is a combination of two popular game genres: match 3 and strategy. While playing, two players fight using a shared match 3 area. They must use tactics and strategy to win.
buy 2.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date26 октября 2017 г.
DevelopersChillax Games Studio
PublishersChillax Games Studio
OSMac, Linux, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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About the Game
The Far Frontier

is a combination of two popular game genres: match 3 and strategy. While playing, two players fight using a shared match 3 area. They must use tactics and strategy to win.

History

Great Empires rise and fall and you are the King of one such Empire. Your Empire was destroyed, it was as if Nature rose up against your Kingdom. Despite that, you have not lost the support of your people. Those who survived The Great Flood followed you in search of new lands. You built a fleet and went Far Far Away to an unknown land with the hope of creating a New Empire. History is written by the winners, and this story must be yours!

Your ships were caught in a storm close to Adioniya. Adioniya is an insidious land belonging to bloodthirsty orcs with forest filled with different creatures. Legends speak of Dragons and immortal elves who lived in these lands. You don't have a choice, your people need a home. Your enemies already know about you as you are now threatening their world.

Among your people there are heroes capable of repelling your enemies. The Fort that you created must be protected at all costs from enemies with power weapons capable of destroying armies, Castles and Forts. Their warriors are ready for a quick victory. The war machine is launched and you have no choice but to fight.

Key Features
  • A new look to the match 3 and strategy
  • Use tactics and strategy to win
  • Expand your Fort
  • Increase your military craft
  • Create various weapons
  • Train and equip your army
  • Find Heroes to fight evil
  • Tame ancient dragons
  • Collect mysterious runes
  • Learn magic
  • More than 30 levels
  • Siege and battle towers
  • Many races, orcs, spiders, zombies etc.
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The Far Frontier13.04.2018

I bought this game after getting a half off price coupon from steam, and after playing with for a whopping 40 minutes there are already so many things wrong with it. Despite the fact I bought it for almost nothing, I will ask for a refund. - No tutorial (I had no idea I had to collect chests, was able to summon a hero, or get pieces for the god statue, I had to figure that out myself). - The game pretty much plays itself, it takes an automatic move, then allows you to click yourself. Some maps can be won by letting the game play on it's own. There's no strategy in that whatsoever. - I entertained myself by clicking the coins for a while since I had to wait to be able to click something, then figured out the game collects the money on it's own as well. - The chests, pieces for the god statue and especially the coins are only clickable half of the time. - You can pay to level up your units, but while playing, the units also level up themselves, it really feels like I'm throwing money at nothing. It's a thing you can do to unlock higher level equipment, which you also have to pay for to unlock it, and has to be replaced when your units die. - The graphics are far from being anything noteworthy, even while playing on the graphic setting 'fantastic'. Even while being aware this game is running on Unity, it looks bad. - Units run past enemies without attacking them, or simply stand around or are noticeably glithing at the enemy's building they have to destroy. - There are maps like the spider's lair that you win, but it doesn't show you did. I thought this was for the purpose of money grinding, but figured out other maps you've visibly won can also be replayed. - When buying more weapons for your units, even when it's the same type you've already equipped, it doesn't automatically equip them. - Overall this game looks to be an abandoned early access game to begin with. But what really made it clear for me; when my dragon was born, I got a Russian looking message on screen, it's not even translated yet. - The achievements are insane, the kill so many of this type of unit ones. I would have to play for days to get most of them. - This is no match 3 game, what it reminded me off, destruct o match, a Neopets game, that was better executed when I last played it.. oh, 18 years ago? Click as many of the same colored boulders as you can. At least there I was able to click them in destruct o match and play myself, instead of the game playing itself. And as I already pointed out, no strategy, no tactics. - The music and sound effects are boring at best. Couldn't recommend this game to anyone, unless someone likes to stare at a simulation of what a game could be.

Weekly Cardinal
Weekly Cardinal
I don't recommend
The Far Frontier14.07.2018

achievements are broke dev is gone

Convinced Aardvark
Convinced Aardvark
I don't recommend
The Far Frontier24.12.2017

Once again I'm writing two reviews in a day and this one, it feels whole heartedly unfinished. First off the triggers for the achievements do not work. And second is that he set the bar for the achievements WAY TOO HIGH. You can finish the main campaign of this in less than 3 hours. However, there are achievements for both summoning 50k of each type of unit, and 4 others for destroying 100k of each type of unit. After my playtime I had around 2k of each unit summoned. And on average 1.1k of each type of unit destroyed. I say average since I had only gotten my enemies to call like 800 archers, yet they've called 1.7k cavalry. In order to obtain these achievements legitamately I'd have to play for well over another 80 to 90 hours. Which is plain and simple ridiculous. Avoid this game LIKE THE PLAGUE.

Amazing Wildcat
Amazing Wildcat
I don't recommend
The Far Frontier28.05.2018

Good game ! A good way to kill time.

Adjacent Tick
Adjacent Tick
I recommend
The Far Frontier14.09.2017

Horrible game. Bad UI, no tutorial. If it was free it might be worth 10 minutes. Avoid.

Unlikely Gibbon
Unlikely Gibbon
I don't recommend
The Far Frontier18.07.2023

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Uptight Mite
Uptight Mite
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