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TBS (Turn-Base Strategy) game is a subgenre of strategy video games where players take their turns when playing. This is completely different from real-time strategy (RTS) where all players play the same game simultaneously. Turn based strategy is ideal for gamers with low APM (Action-Per-Minute rate) and more casual approach towards gaming.
The first TBS video games were actually converted from historic board games. After their huge success, video game companies created their own franchises based on original concepts. That’s how the best TBS games of all time were born. Titles like Sid Meier's Civilization, Panzer General, and of course the entire Heroes of Might and Magic series are well known among the players from all over the world. Fun fact:
The oldest turn-base strategy game is actually the game of chess.
Games Republic is a place where every PC gamer will find the best TBS games. Check out our prices!Football Manager (also known as Worldwide Soccer Manager in the US) is a series of football management simulation games created in 1992 by Sports Interactive and published by Sega. The franchise began its life as Championship Manager but after the break-up with the original publishers, Eidos Interactive, Sports Interactive lost the naming rights and rebranded the franchise with their new publishers Sega. That’s how Football Manager was born. Football Manager is a very detailed game and offers many hours of fun. Statistics, marketing, and gathering information about clubs and players are all very important parts of every installment. The game is released annually and is based on the corresponding football season.
Fun fact: Football Manager has been recognized by many real-life football clubs as a reliable source for scouting players. For example, an English club, Everton FC, signed a deal with Sports Interactive which allows them to use the in-game database to scout players and other clubs.
If you like football, Football Manager is definitely a game for you. No other game will give you as many options to work with. Check it out!Hide
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