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1919 - “The Great War” continues. Europe has been trapped in a fierce fight over dominance. Countless inventions and technological advancements lead to Mechs roaming the battlefields. Use of electric energy surged and supercharged units were fighting at the fronts. Mechanical warfare is slowly taking over while soldiers become mere bystanders when massive Mechanized Tanks collect their iron harvest.

This is your chance to make your mark on battle-torn Europe. Enter an accelerated race driving technology to levels the early 20th century has never seen. In Multiplayer matches with up to 32 players you are asked to plan your strategy wisely and lead your nation to victory!

Matches run in real-time on World Maps based on World War 1 scenarios and beyond. Nations are split in smaller provinces with unique properties that influence resource production or terrain types. The goal is to take over the majority of the map. To achieve your target, you have full control over your nation's economic developments, technological research, military advancements and diplomatic relations with other players. Work together, against each other and never trust your alliance fully - when power is in reach, everyone becomes an enemy. Will you still let your people fight with Scythes or plan ahead and join the revolution?

Build your strategy around fantastical and historical units of the era!

► Long Term Strategy in Real Time
► Weaponry based on popular Dieselpunk, Teslapunk and Steampunk ideals
► Play with up to 32 players per match
► A wide variety of traditional World War 1 Units
► Maps based on historical events and beyond

What’s New

Version 0.67

We’re excited to announce that the world of Supremacy 1 will be expanded with enriched gameplay elements, inspired by Nikola Tesla. Something that many of you have been asking for! Keep an eye out for changes that will progressively transform the existing game and allow you to reshape history on an entirely new scale in Tesla Wars 1919!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
277 Ratings

277 Ratings

CheesecakePanzer ,

It’s a great game

I’ve always wanted a game like this, and you delivered, I just wish there was more to the units like an “entrench” command that makes their defense higher but makes them immobile until they move, or probably adding two separate buttons for the saboteur, one to attack, and the other to sabotage, and could you add more to the diplomacy part, I don’t know what it is, but I feel like you could really expand on it, aside from those ideas, I don’t have anything negative to say, but at first I didn’t like the waiting aspect, but then I realized that it put you in the seat of a Nation’s commander, truly giving you the experience as an armchair general! I love this game and I thank you for creating it, have a great day!

Also, I’ve discovered a bug recently, it’s when you select multiple provinces and try to produce or build and it only shows a small sliver of the screen below, I would love for the issue to be fixed, but until then I will keep at it, thank you, and have a good day

lakdhdhdjskeksjdn ,

I agree with another review

I just read a review by ableraptor, I agree with the I’m hooked part and this game is by far the best game I’ve played since I discovered that my iPhone won’t download games from the google play store. Otherwise I’d still be hooked on “Duplicity” or “Conspiracy .” Also I agree absolutely that an offline version should at least be a explored, as sometimes I am too busy with work and life to be able to give the game sufficient attention to be able to actually have a chance of winning or even just scoring higher. I think many would agree that having an offline version with only AI opponents, where one could play w.o. Being pressured by life’s constraints would be amazing and allow people to get more familiar with gameplay and strategy before being thrown, as it were, into the melee of players who care less if you fully grasp the games’ nuances.

AbleRaptor ,

I’m hooked

I used to not have the patience to play these games simply because of the time it took to move/train troops and construct buildings. Now, however, I’m absolutely hooked by this. The more realistic time allows for better strategizing and you can always upgrade your railways to speed up troop movement. This is about the closest we’ll get to a mobile Hearts of Iron game. That being said, and this will be a bit of a stretch, I’m sure: since the resources for AI nations are there, consider making an offline mode and decreasing the time it takes to move/train/construct for those of us who just want to come in, build up our nation, pause, and get back to it when we’re done with our day. This really has the potential to become the greatest mobile strategy game.

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