TripleA is a turn based strategy game. It allows people to implement and play various strategy board games (ie. Axis & Allies). The TripleA engine has full networking support for online play, support for sounds, XML support for game files, and has its own imaging subsystem that allows for customized user editable maps to be used. TripleA is versatile, scalable and robust.
TripleA comes with multiple games and over 100 more games can be downloaded from the user community.
The game supports single player vs AI, hot-seat, Play by Email, and a hosted online lobby.
XML files are used to set-up and initialize games in TripleA.
- Good interface and attractive graphics.
- Optional scenarios.
- Multiplayer games.
- TripleA comes with the following supported games that uses its game engine (just to name a few):
- Axis & Allies : Classic edition (2nd, 3rd with options enabled).
- Axis & Allies : Revised Edition.
- Pact of Steel A&A Variant.
- Big World 1942 A&A Variant.
- Four if by Sea.
- Battle Ship Row.
- Capture The Flag.
- Play By EMail mode allows persons to play a game via EMail without having to be connected to each other online:
- More time to think out moves.
- Only need to come online to send your turn to the next player.
- Dice rolls are done by a dedicated dice server that is independent of TripleA.
- All dice rolls are PGP Verified and email to every player.
- Every move and every dice roll is logged and saved in TripleA’s History Window.
- An online game can be later continued under PBEM mode.
- Hard for others to cheat.
- Hosted online lobby.
- Utilities for editing maps.
Developer: Sean Bridges
License: GNU GPL
TripleA is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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