Release Date: When it's done
Toy Soldiers Info
Players control one of two armies of miniature toy soldiers on a World War I model diorama with wooden and plastic landscapes. The diorama is set in a child's bedroom, and objects such as dressers and reading lamps are at times visible in the background. The game features 50 different controllable units including antique toy soldiers, zeppelins, planes, guns, mortars and tanks. The player can control numerous soldiers from a strategic command perspective or one unit on the field from a third-person action perspective. Among the types of soldiers the player can control are infantry soldiers, mortars or snipers, in which the perspective switches to a first-person target. When the player takes control of a single unit, the other resources are automatically controlled by artificial intelligence. When shot, the toy soldiers explode into plastic chunks but do not display blood, in order to keep the game family-friendly.