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A 1-2 player game of diplomacy and war in the atomic age. Safeguard your closest allies and change unfavorable regimes without giving away your long-term ambitions. Every action risks an enemy reprisal, and if nobody backs down from a standoff, we all lose.

A 1-2 player game of diplomacy and war in the atomic age. Safeguard your closest allies and change unfavorable regimes without giving away your long-term ambitions. Every action risks an enemy reprisal, and if nobody backs down from a standoff, we all lose.

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27 thoughts on “Precipice – (Turn Based Cold War Strategy Game)”

  1. Lol.. is that Gheddafi at the beginning of the video?
    I swear I first thought of Gheddafi and Libya and only then.. I saw Libya written at the left bottom of the screen.

  2. "My tutorial game I won; every other time, nukes."
    I'm so glad our Cold War leaders had more sense and patience than Nook.

  3. No! Never! You let those slimy communists try to swing their military influence in the western hemisphere?! South Korea?! Why not just roll over and let the Kremlin station troops in New York city?!

    Looks like a cool game. I've had this one on my watch list for a while.

  4. 11:40 So basically the IA can invade the OTAN at turn 3 with few intervention on your part and still refusing isn't the good option.Stupid game.

  5. Huh, Played my first game and did very well as the US, got South America into a united front while wasting the USSR's time on a war in thailand and the middle-east while landing Americans on the moon. Diplomacy, while unpredictable, is overall very valuable, and trade agreements are even more valuable. Try to keep the standoffs few and far between.

    In the end it was 11-3. Those ursines didn't stand a chance.

  6. to be honest not that good but good potential if you can pick nethier side countries and Russian or the US wound not get pissey for everything you did but 7/10 for me all so terrorist would pop up randomly or events stuff like that

  7. 8:42 Am I the only person who expected Egypt to have a camel instead of an crocodile?
    Edit: I also wonder about the animal for Columbia

  8. Hey, man! Check Subverse! It's an indie game that might change the industry!
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/990500595/subverse

  9. I bought this yesterday, its a great strategy game, if youre into the espionage covert manipulation thing. Its a deeper simulation then I initially thought once I played it a few times. Would love to fire it up against a human player, even tho the AI is fairly challenging. I am disappointed that there are no rabbit factions as far as I have seen. The limiting players to five actions per turn part of the rules makes for some interesting decision making.

  10. Seems kinda dumb since the cpu has no real incentive to back down. It doesn't care if the last 10, 15 minutes/hour of your life goes to waste. There is a real AI ballancing act that needs to go on with this kind of end game and I don't think it is happening here.

  11. Looks a lot like an adaptation of Twilight Struggle for PC but without cards.
    Thought the way it ends with pushing the nuke button is very strange, since it ends in a tie, while in twilight struggle the one that launches the nukes loses.

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