Military Madness Newton. The 5 th map stage level of Military Madness.
While Newton is only map 5 in Military Madness, it is a tough one. In Newton, you will be introduced to the Hunter – a powerful, fast attack aircraft capable of hitting both air and ground targets. This map of Military Madness shows why it is ridiculous for two players to battle in Military Madness. Nobody could possibly beat me if I had the computer's pieces in this map. I would simply pick my opponent apart using the mighty Hunter – and it wouldn't take long at all.
To win Newton, you'll have to capture the center factory and ZOC the Hunter for a kill. This is not easy – watch the video to see where to place your pieces for a guaranteed capture. The Hunter must be killed as soon as possible or it will tear you apart. You will also take the NE factory, but that's easy. Inside that factory you'll get a Hawkeye. If you're lucky, you'll be able to use that to help take down the Hunter – it depends on how he moves his pieces.
I like to kill all of his pieces to win Newton, instead of capturing his home factory, but either way is okay.
Newton is Map 5 in Military Madness. In Military Madness, the term 'map' is also referred to as 'stage' or 'level' or 'screen.' For game play, walkthrough and more tips, tricks and winning strategies in Military Madness visit the Simple Jack Video channel on YouTube. For a list of all the Military Madness maps, screens, stages or levels, read Military Madness Map Stage Screen Names. For a detailed explanation of what each piece in Military Madness does, and doesn't do, including quirks, read Summary of Military Madness Game Pieces and Players. For a complete (and important) explanation of Zone of Control (ZOC) in Military Madness, read Military Madness Explanation of Zone of Control.