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Ogre is a turn-based strategy game of mechanised warfare, requiring tactical decision-making and strategic thinking. It's the official video game adaptation of the legendary tabletop wargame from Steve Jackson Games, developed by the award-winning Auroch Digital.

In the warfare of the near future, one type of unit inspires such fear that even allies keep a safe distance: the Ogre. These AI-powered tanks are so powerful they're the equivalent of a battalion of tanks and infantry.

Hovercraft, tanks, marines, infantry, and the monstrous Ogres all take part in an endless world war. As a player, you take command and vie for supremacy on the irradiated battlefields of the future.

  • Time-Tested, Compelling Gameplay: The Ogre tabletop game has withstood the test of time, captivating gamers for over forty years. This new release is the definitive digital edition of Ogre - including expanded G.E.V. rules for even more variety - and is the first digital adaptation since 1986.
  • Meticulously Crafted Adaptation of the Original Game: Ogre veterans will be instantly be at home with this adaptation, while new players will find a deeply rewarding, turn-based strategy game.
  • All-New Campaign: Engage in brand-new missions created in partnership with Steve Jackson Games.
  • Multiplayer Capability: Test your skill against other players with online turn-based multiplayer gameplay with ranking and matchmaking, plus local "hotseat" multiplayer.
  • Single Player Skirmish and Tutorial Modes: Completely new to the world of Ogre? Learn to play with our in-depth tutorial, then set up a custom game of Ogre and fight against devious AI opponents.
  • Wide Variety of Units and Factions: Build out your faction with Light, Heavy, Superheavy, and Missile Tanks, G.E.V.s, Infantry, Marines, Howitzers, and Ogres (Mark I - Mark VI), while utilizing Trains and Command Posts as you see fit. Choose to play as either the North American Combine or the Paneuropean Federation.
  • Varied Maps Offer Strategic Decisions: Roll through many types of terrain, across bodies of water, and make use of defensive areas to shield your units from attack.
  • Playable Again and Again: Multiple game modes (including single player and multiplayer) plus achievements provide hundreds of hours of entertainment.

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Hello everyone, it’s Jake!

I’m the Community Manager at Auroch Digital - the people making the video game adaptation of Ogre.

We’re starting to get ready for the launch of Ogre on Steam, working hard to bring you the game on October 5th. We can’t wait to see what you think!

Ogre Video Game Steam Screenshot

If you’d like to keep tabs on the game before then, make sure to click Follow on the Steam Community Page and Wishlist the Store Page!

For an idea of what to expect from the game, you can check out the first trailer below;

It's also huge honour for us to be working alongside legendary designer Steve Jackson (Munchkin, Zombie Dice, Car Wars). The game comes to Steam as the original celebrates its 40th anniversary!

Ogre Video Game Steam Screenshot 3

If you have any questions or feedback about the game, don't hesitate to give jake@aurochdigital.com a shout! We'd love to hear your thoughts, opinions on the game, stories about the original and more.


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C.Konstantine - - 75 comments

I Played this... back when it was a mini-game in a plastic box...
A PC adaptation sounds like a great idea, hopefully one will also be done for G.E.V. (the sequel to Ogre)

This was a neat little game where you could either command a small force of various units, (Infantry, missile tanks, heavy tanks, etc), or a single massive armored behemoth bristling with weapons. The game balance was awesome back in the day and it made for a quick half hour of fun. One critical aspect to keep in mind, this release is going to need a number of good, interesting and varied scenarios, otherwise expect little re-play value.

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