Single-player levels

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WarLight currently has thirty-four single-player levels under the Single Player tab. They are:

(0. Tutorial) 1. Time to take a risk 2. Now you see me... 3. Top of the plateau 4. Get a clue
5. Hard to get 6. Take the Castle 7. Getting Strategic 8. World War 2320 9. Kill or be killed
10. The Italian Hunt 11. Calling all reinforements 12. Floating Skills 13. Race to the middle 14. A different approach
15. Complex Complex 16. Someone stole my oil 17. Ham or Turkey 18. Feeling Blue 19. Stuck together
20. Three blind mice 21. Blind man's game 22. Half and half 23. The best defence 24. Luck be a lady
25. Caesar's challenge 26. Island Hopping 27. Wizard's lightning 28. Sinister water 29. Hopscotch
30. Finding the limit 31. Better to give 32. Serfs up 33. Playing favorites 34. World War Pixel

Before, there were only six levels. They were:

  1. Level 1 (play)
  2. Level 2 (play)
  3. Level 3 (play)
  4. Europe Challenge (play)
  5. Crazy Challenge (play)
  6. Insane Challenge (play)

If you feel so inclined, you can also make your own levels!

[edit] History

After each game is over (either by victory or defeat), you can use the History to see what happened behind the fog. If you want to end the game without waiting for elimination, you can simply press Players -> Surrender to end the game.

[edit] Customizing

It's possible to play custom games based on the thirty-four built-in levels. This means you can customize the level's settings. Of course, as a custom practice game, winning won't be reflected on your profile.

For example, it can be useful to turn off fog for the challenge levels. This can help players in understanding how the AIs move and react.

To accomplish this, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Single Player tab
  2. Click Practice Game
  3. Click the button under Single Player Built-In Templates
  4. Select the level you want to customize
  5. Check the "Customize Template" box
  6. On the next two steps, change any settings as desired, such as clicking "No Fog"

[edit] Saving

Single-player games are automatically saved to your local storage and can be resumed later. To view the saved games, visit the Single Player saved games page. Saved games are saved onto your local computer, not the server, so you must resume each game on the same computer as you started it. If you have too much data stored on your local storage, single player games may not save. To fix this, clear your local storage.


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