Enter a world of Warriors with units, swampy salamander stuff, human dwarfs on mountain hexes, Titans speedily passin sandy areas, batteries flummoxed by trees, oh, and rainbows. The year is 1986 in a futuristic society where Spooky Houses have replaced countries. A non-violent (if animation is turned off) futuristic game known as uniWAR is THE recreational TBStandout of the world and nine moon colonies, with players representing various alfalfa harvesting areas. One player, who's yet to be determined but we all have our guesses, fights for their personal chatty freedom... what does that mean? Win... and you'll see
The participants are organized by group of 4, 3 or 2 players.
You play 1 game against each player in your group.
In a group of 4, you play 3 games per round.
In a group of 3, 2 games per round.
In a group of 2, 1 game per round.
Based on the number of players at the quarter or semi finals, the tournament switches to single-elimination system.
For these last rounds, there are 2 games per round: 1 normal game and 1 mirrored game where races and positions are switched.
All games are unrated.
The draw is made at RANDOM. The games are created automatically with RANDOM race.
It is forbidden for a player to register with multiple accounts.
We automatically cancel the registration of inactive players.
TURN & ROUND DURATION:
All games are created with 15 hours time limit per turn except for the 1st turn which has 1 day time limit.
Each round of the tournament has a maximum of 17 days.
For unfinished games at the end of a round, we compare the statistics of the same number of turns for each player, the winner is the one who has
|Captured the highest number of bases
|The highest total value of killed units
|Otherwise, the game is a draw.
Rounds can be automatically prolonged by participants with the chat-command #needtime maximum 3 times for 48 hours each. If additional time is needed, players can contact the tourney manager with a personal message at least 48 hours before the round ends.
Each game gives points based on the outcome.
The player who has the most points in the group advances to the next round.
When 2 or more players have the same number of points at the end of a round, the winner is the one who has
|= 3 points.
|= 1 point.
|= 0 point.
Otherwise, the winner is randomly chosen but that should never happen unless the participants did not make any move.
|The least number of rounds for all the WON games
|= rounds for all games.
|= rounds for WON games
|The highest total value of killed units for all games