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Strategy Games break down roughly into two sub-genres:

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Strategy Games break down roughly into two sub-genres:
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* RealTimeStrategy
** MultiplayerOnlineBattleArena (MOBA)
* TowerDefense



** TurnBasedStrategyRealTimeCombat



** TurnBasedStrategyRealTimeCombat
* TowerDefense
* RealTimeStrategy
** MultiplayerOnlineBattleArena (MOBA)

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** TurnBasedStrategyRealTimeCombat
* TowerDefense
* RealTimeStrategy
** MultiplayerOnlineBattleArena (MOBA)



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** MultiplayerOnlineBattleArena (MOBA)


* Tower Defense

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* Tower DefenseTowerDefense

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* Tower Defense

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** TurnBasedStrategyRealTimeCombat


Strategy Games can roughly be broken into two sub-genres:

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Strategy Games can break down roughly be broken into two sub-genres:

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{{Artillery Game}}s also fall within the genre of Strategy Games, though some are turn-based and others are real-time.


A Strategy Game is a game genre encompassing BoardGames, TabletopGames, and VideoGames in which the player or players' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin strategical]] and/or tactical thinking is required in order to achieve victory (in theory). The earliest strategy games are far OlderThanFeudalism, including ancient games like {{Chess}} (invented in the 6th century) and {{Go}} (invented in the 4th century).

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A Strategy Game is a game genre encompassing BoardGames, TabletopGames, and VideoGames in which the player or players' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin strategical]] and/or tactical thinking is required in order to achieve victory (in theory). The earliest strategy games are far OlderThanFeudalism, including ancient games like {{Chess}} TabletopGame/{{Chess}} (invented in the 6th century) and {{Go}} (invented in the 4th century).


A Strategy Game is a game genre encompassing BoardGames, TabletopGames, and VideoGames in which the player or players' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin strategical]] and/or tactical thinking is required in order to achieve victory (in theory). The earliest strategy games are far OlderThanDirt, including ancient games like {{Chess}} (invented in the 6th century) and {{Go}} (invented in the 4th century).

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A Strategy Game is a game genre encompassing BoardGames, TabletopGames, and VideoGames in which the player or players' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin strategical]] and/or tactical thinking is required in order to achieve victory (in theory). The earliest strategy games are far OlderThanDirt, OlderThanFeudalism, including ancient games like {{Chess}} (invented in the 6th century) and {{Go}} (invented in the 4th century).


Also, see: StrategyRPG and SimulationGame for business sims and similar games often lumped together with StrategyGame s

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Also, see: StrategyRPG and SimulationGame for business sims and similar games often lumped together with StrategyGame s
Strategy Games.


Also, see: StrategyRPG

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Also, see: StrategyRPG
StrategyRPG and SimulationGame for business sims and similar games often lumped together with StrategyGame s


Strategy Games can roughly be broken into three sub-genres:

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Strategy Games can roughly be broken into three two sub-genres:



* StrategyRPG (usually turn based, but can sometimes be real time)

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* StrategyRPG (usually turn based, but can sometimes be real time)


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Also, see: StrategyRPG


* Strategy RPG(usually turn based, but can sometimes be real time)

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* Strategy RPG(usually StrategyRPG (usually turn based, but can sometimes be real time)


Strategy Games can roughly be broken into two sub-genres:

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Strategy Games can roughly be broken into two three sub-genres:



** StrategyRPG




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* Strategy RPG(usually turn based, but can sometimes be real time)

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