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|Posted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 3:33 pm Post subject: FAQ
Q: What is Warfare Incorporated?
A: Warfare Incorporated is a critically acclaimed and best selling mobile real time strategy (RTS) game. Real-time strategy (RTS) is a sub-genre of strategy video game which does not progress incrementally in turns. In an RTS, as in other wargames, the participants position and maneuver units and structures under their control to secure areas of the map and/or destroy their opponents' assets.
Q: How does Warfare Incorporated compare to other mobile RTS games?
A: Many Warfare Incorporated players and critics have praised its intuitive control scheme as the best on a mobile device. Additionally, no other mobile RTS game allows players to create their own missions to play in either single player or online multiplayer.
Q: Where can I find the latest news and updates about Warfare Incorporated?
A: The News forum and Warfare Incorporated Blog are great places to find the latest WI news and updates.
Q: Can Warfare Incorporated be purchased on the App Store?
A: Yes, Warfare Incorporated is available on the App Store for $0.99.
Q: Can Warfare Incorporated be purchased on the Android Market?
A: No, Warfare Incorporated is currently unavailable on the Android Market.
Palm and Pocket PC
Q: Can Warfare Incorporated be purchased for Palm and Pocket PC?
A: No, Warfare Incorporated has been unavailable for purchase for Palm and Pocket PC since the iPhone/iPod touch version was released onto the App Store.
Q: What should I do if I purchased Warfare Incorporated but have not received an activation code?
A: Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How do I install Warfare Incorporated onto my iPhone/iPod touch?
1. Open the AppStore in iTunes and navigate to the Warfare Incorporated page.
2. Click Buy App, enter your iTunes account credentials, and Warfare Incorporated will download. It will automatically be added to your iTunes library.
3. Connect your iPhone/iPod touch to your Mac or PC and sync.
Q: How do I begin playing a new single player mission?
1. From the main menu, tap Play>Single Player
2. Tap either the Story, Challenge or Add-On tab.
3. Choose the desired mission from the list and tap Play.
Q: How do I access the In-game Menu?
A: Tap Menu in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
You can review your mission objectives at any time by selecting State Objectives from the In-game Menu. The Statistics button will show you your current statistics and promotion level. The elapsed time shown is in-game time. If you have altered the game speed, this will differ from real time. You can also access the objectives screen by tapping the Credit Indicator.
Adjust the game speed by moving the slider to the right (faster) or left (slower). Once the game is playing as fast as your device allows, increasing the game speed will not have any effect. Adjust the scroll speed by moving the slider to the right (faster) or left (slower). There are three difficulty settings for the game. This setting can be changed at any time and will take effect immediately. Tap the Default button to restore all settings to their default value.
You can save your progress from the In-game Menu by tapping the Save Game button. Choose the slot where you would like to save your game and tap Save.
You can load a saved game from the In-game Menu by tapping the Load Game button.
Q: What is the Remote Control Display and how do I use it?
A: The Remote Control Display gives a bird's-eye view of the surrounding territory.
You can change your viewing area by dragging the map with your finger.
The lower right hand corner of the display contains the mini-map. The white rectangle in the mini-map shows you which part of the map you are currently viewing. You may drag in the mini-map as an alternative way of changing your viewing area.
The Credits Indicator represents your camp operating budget. As you process Galaxite, the budget increases. As you build units, it is depleted. Building more than your budget allows will temporarily halt the production of units until you acquire additional credits.
The Power Indicator at the bottom of the display shows the current power level. When green, your base has sufficient power. Yellow denotes marginal availability and red means your base is not generating enough power. Insufficient power slows production of queued units and causes structures such as defensive towers to stop functioning.