In a dystopian future where a totalitarian regime, under the flag of the Ministry, dominated the whole world and enslaved billions of people, an underground resistance fights for freedom.
You are regarded their most skilled engineer, who’s able to hack into the Ministry’s Infantry Class robots and control their weapons, turning these war machines against their makers.
Navigate your war robot around the maps to destroy enemies and capture reactors using the W A S D or directional keys.
Primary weapon: Default is the machinegun. Fired with the Left mouse button. Can be switched when a different weapon crate is collected on the ground.
Secondary weapon (Launcher): Default is the grenade launcher. Fired with Right mouse button. Can be switched to missile launcher.
Jet Thrusters: Keep SHIFT pressed to enable, making your robot accelerate. It will consume Jet Fuel and when it’s over, you must find more in the field.
Captured reactors will grant Energy points, used to teleport turrets, call air support into the battlefield and repair your robot, enabling a temporary protection for a base or offensive weapons to decimate the enemy’s stronghold.
Upgrade turrets to maximize the defensive capacity of your bases.
Generator towers are usually near the reactor and can be upgraded using the same method as the other turrets.
- Capture every Neutrium Reactor by reaching proximity;
- Secure the reactor’s perimeter to avoid enemy takeover;
- Suppress the enemy’s presence in the area.
When playing the game, go to the Main Headquarters Menu and select Training Fields – Tutorial. There you’ll find a quick walkthrough to most of the game’s controls, features and gameplay.
The battle HUD will display all the important information for you to keep track of your strategy, positioned in the edges of the screen.
Condition (top left): Shows a percentage of remaining life and armor, the number of times the player got wasted and how many galons of fuel are left.
Reactors (top center): Displays the number of captured reactors for each side.
Sat Feed (top right): A satellite view of the battlefield, containing friendly units in blue and enemies in red.
Energy (bottom left): Shows how many energy points can be used to deploy items. Can be increased by capturing reactors or upgrading generator towers. Use the Deploy button to open the menu and the Remove button to select a turret or structure to be removed.
Weapons (bottom right): Current equipped primary and secondary weapons. There’s also the primary gun’s temperature level and the number of warheads for the launcher.
On the top, the credits amount, the current difficulty (threat) level and the pause/settings button.
Armed to the Gears goes beyond a simple shooter game, with turrets and other utility structures placement possible through the Deploy Menu.
Continue reading “Deployable Items”
By 2084, the whole world is under a totalitarian domination by a single, powerful ruling entity known only as The Ministry. Their overwhelming power comes from masses of lobotomized minions, cyborgs called Militants, and their super-soldier version, the Enhanced. They also detain monopoly on any technology and industrial production, specially mechanized units for military and crowd control use.
Continue reading “The Ministry”
Armed to the Gears is a map-based game, where beating a map unlocks the following one, allowing for the player’s progress.
Continue reading “Mission Objectives”
Collect the Armor item to refill your armored hull bar, that will increase your robot’s resistance to damage.
Collect Credits during the battle, and use them to equip and upgrade your robot in the Headquarter’s Workshop.
Select the main base’s Workshop and use your credits to equip different weapons, launchers and armor, or increase the jet fuel and ammo count, giving you a starting advantage to beat the map.
In-game General Settings has some basic options for main audio volume, graphics quality and resolution, background music, gameplay configuration and developer credits implemented.
If the game keeps crashing in your device, try the following:
- Check if your device is able to run the game;
- Try cleaning the device’s RAM or turning it off/on again;
- Try reinstalling the game.
If you tried the troubleshooting described here and are still having problems, you can open a support ticket here.
Create your support account and fill the forms.
If there is any solution, our staff will check your issue and you’ll be contacted.