7 Games Like Twilight Struggle for Nintendo 3DS

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Culdcept Revolt, Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence, and European Conqueror 3D are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Culdcept Revolt released the 28 August 2017 and ranked #1, Nobunaga's Ambition released the 13 December 2016 and ranked #6, European Conqueror 3D released the 19 June 2014 and ranked #3.

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This suggestion collection includes strategy card games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Designed by award winning creators Ananda Gupta and Jason Matthews, players control one of the two modern superpowers, as they work to spread their dominance throughout the world via political influence and coup attempts. From the early days of De-Stalinization, to the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War and beyond, players are immersed in the actual events of the struggle between these two nations to be the dominant superpower in the world!

1# Culdcept Revolt - 2017

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"A world of strategy awaits. As the Culdcept series celebrates its 20th Anniversary, the addictive card game-meets-board game is back, bigger and better than ever with hundreds of new cards, inventive boards, and exciting multiplayer! Follow Allen, a new recruit for the rebel Free Bat forces as you fight for freedom from the tyranny of Count Kraniss. Build your deck, create new strategies, and dominate the board in Culdcept Revolt! With all the classic elements veterans love yet a gentle learning curve for newcomers, Culdcept Revolt is the best Culdcept yet!"

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2# Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence - 2013

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Hailed as one of the best instalments in the franchise’s history, this extremely intricate, deep, and meticulous strategy game is set against a backdrop of a fragmented nation and asks the player to take up the mantle of a Daimyo, a feudal lord of the Sengoku era.

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4# Kingdom Builder - 2012

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Play exciting games against the computer in 3 difficulty levels, local with your friends, on one iPad or online with players all over the world. The tutorial and the highlight function make for an easy entry into the Kingdom Builder world and ensure that every player can start playing right away.

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5# Murder on the Titanic - 2012

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Deep within the bowels of the mighty Titanic, the body of a stoker had been discovered. - 50 faithfully depicted scenes on board the luxurious Titanic
- Lots of tricky mini-games for pondering and puzzling
- A gripping story with numerous tasks and puzzles over six extensive chapters
- first hidden object adventure game at the eShop

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6# Nobunaga's Ambition - 2010

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Nobunaga's Ambition, the first of the series, was released in 1983. Players assume the mantle of either Nobunaga Oda or Shingen Takeda and strive to conquer the entire land (17 areas in the Kansai and central Japan region). They manage their country to make it rich, then prepare their military forces.

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7# Culdcept - 1997

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The fate of the universe depends on who gains control of Culdcept, a book that has the power to create and destroy. Cepters, who can summon power from within the book, fight for control of its godlike powers. Culdcept combines the strategic factors of a collectible card game with elements from a tabletop board game. With up to three other players, you'll encounter fantastical creatures, powerful items and spells, and over 480 collectible cards, illustrated by famous Japanese artists.

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