DOS - 1997
Description of War Diary
A fun real-time strategy (RTS) game that cheerfully and skillfully rips Blizzard's megahit Warcraft and apply it to Oriental motif.
The result is one of the better yet unknown Warcraft clones that features cool Oriental units and structures, some cleverly designed maps, and a ton of missions to fight your way through. The game is based on the actual 16th century invasion of Korea by Hideyoshi, Japan's warlord who successfully united the country. You play a Korean general tasked with crushing Hideyoshi's formidable army. The game is Korean, but thankfully most menus and text have been translated into English :) It doesn't come close to Warcraft, but is fun nonetheless.
Review By HOTUD
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forbidden64 2019-10-27 0 point
I remember playing the shareware version of this game I got on a Software of the Month Club CD. It was one of the last CDs from them we got. Most of the shareware scene by 1997 was pretty lousy in my opinion. Just lots of colorful cheesy windows puzzle games. This was something different!
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