We are proud to announce that BattleTech MacBook Version is now available for all the MacBooks and iMacs owners! This amazing turn-based strategy video game is developed by Harebrained Schemes and published by Paradox Interactive. You assume the role of a mercenary commander. Leading a team of strong combat vehicles named battlemechs, your responsibility is to select for each mech’s model, armor, pilot, weapons and skills. In combat, you control a team of four mechs. Are you ready for the action?
BattleTech follows the story of a brutally deposed ruler. She leads a violent war to take back her throne helped by your ragtag mercenary company. You lead your own mercenary outfit of Mechs and the MechWarrior pilots through a cruel interstellar civil war. You have to upgrade your base of operations, negotiate mercenary contracts with feudal lords in order to survive and progress. Is important as well to repair and maintain your stable of aging BattleMechs and also execute well thought combat tactics to win against your enemies. All of this should be taking place around 3023, which means that the events of BattleTech are at the end of the Third Succession War and a couple decades before the Clan invasion of the Inner Sphere 3049.
Firing a mech’s full suite of weapons, is a good way of knocking the stuffing out of enemy mechs. But this alpha strike has disadvantage too. For example when you try to control your heat generation, firing all your weapons in the same time is a great way. This causes internal damage and force a shutdown when you want to preserve ballistic ammo and missiles and not waste them on a weak enemy. When your weapon systems are not the right ones for the situation, you don’t want to fire 30 long-range missiles at a mech stood ten meters away because most of them will miss.
BattleTech MacBook Version DOWNLOAD
Right now the game is available to download as .dmg. After .dmg file is downloaded, open it and extract the game in applications folder. It is so simple!
More Game Details:
In BattleTech MacBook Version, when you negotiate contracts you use cash or salvage rights for a reputation boost with the client. Its is important to you build your reputation high enough with a client. This way you receive bonuses to job payouts as well as discounts in any shops in systems they own. As you get through the campaign you meet tanks with more armor than they do in the early game. For instance, the SRM Carrier, launch a wave of missiles at your mechs. That can be sufficient to take strip away all their armor, multiple limbs. Also it knocks them to the floor in a single attack or even kill them.