Ahoy Red Coats and Indunas our tactical FPS is based on true stories from the African British & Zulu wars of 1879.
New maps, enhanced player AI ordering & control systems all since Early Access release. See latest map images.
Each player has their own AI they can command and position in battle. We go through some of the available commands for the British AI
Watch a video that explains the rewards and upgrades and shows some of them in action for both the British and Zulu.
Hi folks, we've now added horses for the British to ride. Use that sword as you charge headlong into battle...
Folks just to let you know the British can now use a sword whilst the Zulu have access to a club. We've also configured blood plus included many other...
Folks we're pleased to announce the game is now up on the Steam Store. We expect it to be available for Early Access purchase in mid 2016.
Find out what we've been up to and take a look at the new trailer and pics as we get ready for the Steam store.
The Impi chief AI now has blinking eyes and mouth movement when talking and the mouth opens in grimace on taking damage.
Most things in game can be configured including the choice of music set as default
Medals are now awarded as a result of performing specific actions. They are worth collecting as your squad of AI will react positively to awards.
Images & video from the Hlobane singlepayer map where the British player must fight a rear guard action as they retreat from the mountain top.
Single player action as the British player defends the Kraal from waves of Zulu attacks.
See new action images and a video taken in singleplayer as the Zulu player mounts an attack on the British.
Calling all Redcoats and Indunas, whilst development progresses we decided to take some time out and release a new in game video trailer.
Hailing all Redcoats and Indunas. In this latest MP video we see the Zulu wipe out a British player's detachment at Isandlwana.
Calling all redcoats and Indunas! See the devastating effects of a British Line as it defends against a Zulu charge at Isandlwana.
Ahoy redcoats and Indunas we've released a new video of a player launching a Zulu attack - this is the 1st in a list of upcoming videos.
On Jan 22nd 1879 150 British soldiers defended the settlement against 4000 Zulu warriors. We've released some new images from the map.
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