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Command your armies to conquer the world in this free open-source strategy game.

Originally a clone of the Axis & Allies board game, this engine has since branched out to be capable of playing many different kinds of turn based strategy games.

Recreate World War 2 with the Axis pushing through to Moscow and Japan devouring the Pacific, Napoleon's march across Europe, Rome defeating the Carthaginian Empire, or even Sauron conquering Middle Earth.

Generally most games take place during World War 2, though there are mods to play other conflicts like the Napoleonic wars, or Lord of the Rings. The players are divided up into the two opposing sides of this conflict, and each takes control of one or more of the nations involved.

Though some games have custom rules, most follow this pattern:

Each nation takes a turn, in a predefined order. At the beginning of a turn, that nation must choose what to purchase with the resources it gathered during its last turn. They spend this money on new units, like soldiers, ships, and aircraft, or on technology that could improve their current units. These units are set aside and will be put on the 'board' at the end of the nation's turn.

After purchasing is done, the nation may move any of its units to engage in combat. The player must make all combat related moves now, as combat only occurs once per turn (unlike the similar boardgame, "Risk").

When all moves are completed, all battles are resolved in an order the attacker chooses, by rolling dice. First the attacking nation throws one dice for each unit they are attacking with, then the defending nation remove any of their units killed then throws one dice for each defending unit, with the attacking nation choose which of his/her units will die. Each unit has an attack power, and defense power, so for each dice thrown the number on the die must be equal to or less than that unit's power for that unit to "hit" the enemy, while any number larger is considered a "miss".

After all battles finish, the nation may move any units that have not yet moved, and any aircraft must return to land in territories owned at the beginning of the turn.

At the end of the turn, the nation places the units they bought at the beginning of the turn, and then collects income equal to the combined value of all of the territories under its control. The next nation then begins their turn.
Games last until certain objectives are met, or one side surrenders.

A free and fun turn based strategy game. Both easy and smaller games, and more difficult larger games, are included.
TripleA will run on any platform that has Java 5 or later installed (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.)

This tool was recommended by tripleadevelopers provides safe and secure software. We encourage you, however, to determine whether this product or your intended use is legal in your country. If you have any problems or concerns, please report it to the team.

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0 of 0 people found the following review useful:


(Strategy), August 02, 2011

best way to play Axis & Allies online

Reviewer: tripleadevelopers - View all of My Reviews

Unless you've played similar board games like Axis and Allies, or Risk, then you will probably not understand this free open source strategy game. However, if you know those games or similar kinds, then TripleA is the best place to play A&A or variants of it, online.

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TripleA 0.9

(Strategy), July 03, 2007

bad style

Reviewer: Nthngurgel - View all of My Reviews

This type of game really shouldn't interest many people so I really think you should stick away. Its kind of a mix of risk and some other game. I really think you guys look for a different time waster because this one is simply a waste of time.