Military Madness Solcis. The 30 th map stage level of Military Madness.
Watch the video for specifics and more detail about playing Military Madness Solcis. It's too complicated to put everything here, but the following will be a great help whether you see the video or not.
Military Madness throws players a curve with Solcis. You will immediately be able to capture one of his factories, along with its pieces. This happens in your first turn. That's the north central factory, and it has 5 very good pieces in it. How you position these pieces as you take them out of the factory is critical – see the video on how to do this properly – it makes all the difference in the world.
Now, another curve: the NE factory is yours at the game start, but he is surrounding it and will take it in his first turn. Here's what to do: take your Hunter out at the 12 o'clock position and your Giant out at the 1 o'clock position. If you are real lucky, and play it right, you'll be able to keep the Hunter long enough to get it into your factory for repairs – and then keep using it. You might also keep the Giant. Head the Giant due north and try to make it to 20% so he can't hurt you. The Hunter will get hit right away by his [conveniently located] Hawkeye. Fly it to the central factory for repairs, protecting it with your center Bison and Lynx – see the video for precision placement.
Direct your second Charlie in the center area of the map towards the closest factory south – you can take this factory if you play it right.
Solcis is Map 30 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.