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RTS is an acronym for ''Real-Time Strategy'', which is a description for any game that constantly progresses at a more or less normal rate of time. Good examples of RTS games are:
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RTS is an acronym for ''Real-Time Strategy''. This term is used to describe any game with a strategic element which progresses at a constant rate, where players act simultaneously. The opposite of this would be ''Turn-Based Strategy'', which relies on taking it in turns to move (e.g. Chess).
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Popular RTS games include:
 
* Command and Conquer
 
* Command and Conquer
 
* Total Anhillation
 
* Total Anhillation
 
* Age of Empires
 
* Age of Empires
 
* Outpost 2
 
* Outpost 2

Latest revision as of 10:46, 25 May 2006

RTS is an acronym for Real-Time Strategy. This term is used to describe any game with a strategic element which progresses at a constant rate, where players act simultaneously. The opposite of this would be Turn-Based Strategy, which relies on taking it in turns to move (e.g. Chess).

Popular RTS games include:

  • Command and Conquer
  • Total Anhillation
  • Age of Empires
  • Outpost 2