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Choosing the player creations to shout out in these spotlights isn’t getting any easier. Narrowing the selection down to just a handful is always tricky, but at the end of the day, these were the entries that stood out most this month!
This free-for-all scenario is all about Ragna causing random events to each player at the start of their turn that can help or hinder them. This can include things like: being forced to give gold to an opponent, receiving free units of various types, having your groove meter charged or drained, having your commander’s ability to take action blocked...Read more
Hey y’all, it’s great to see you! I hope the day finds you well.
We’ve been happy to see the recent fog of war changes going over well with players, and the mapping community is still going strong with lots of new custom content being shared every day. If you’re in need of distraction, I’ve got some quality picks from the community for you, right here!
This map sees players racing for resources, which quickly gives way to heated conflicts as the players’ armies grow. Ignoring any front may spell defeat!
As we at Chucklefish continue working from home and responsibly practise social distancing, we’re hoping you’re all safe and healthy! For my part, it’s been wonderful to see that so many people in our community are still churning out fantastic custom content, and I’m here again to share some of the best!
Before delving into today’s entries, I wanted to give a shout out to Derek, whose custom campaign ‘TinyGrooveCS’ was the winner of the Community Choice Award ...Read more
I’m among the many who are currently self-isolating, hoping all of you are well and keeping safe in this strange world we currently find ourselves in. If you’ve suddenly been graced with a lot more free time at home and could use some distraction; you should really check out some of the incredible stuff our community has been making! I’m here today to present some of the standouts!
Before we dive in, I wanted to give a shout out to Munrock, whose custom game mode ‘Dogball’ we featured ...Read more
Hi guys, senior level designer Armagon, back again!
Yesterday I unveiled the first of our map editor video guides. Now today, as promised, I have the next one locked and loaded for you!
This second video takes a deep dive into how to design a skirmish map with competitive play in mind. When writing this guide, I received valuable input from some of our most dedicated competitive mapmakers in the Groove of War community, so I have confidence in this guide as a good starting point.
Hopefully these first two videos will prove useful to you folks! They took quite a bit of time for me to write and produce, but I’ve already started prep...Read more
Hey everybody, senior level designer, Armagon here!
In the wake of Wargroove: Double Trouble being released, I’ve been tackling something of a personal project at Chucklefish; something that I’m hoping will prove useful to a lot of our players, or at least those who are interested in making their own content with the game’s robust tools. Today I’m pleased to be releasing the first of several video guides on using Wargroove’s map editor!
This first video is ideal for beginners who are new to the editor and want to know how to set up their map, and how to use the most essential tools ...Read more
Those of who you follow this blog probably know me as “that guy who sometimes posts music spotlights”. For those not in the know, I’m the Wargroove team’s sound designer and lead level designer, responsible for creating the missions that made up the original campaign. I’m telling you this is because today, I’d like to talk about our process in developing the ...Read more
G’day folks, hope your day’s treating you well!
From the get-go the desire for the Wargroove soundtrack was that each Commander would have a distinct track that would convey something about them, while still fitting the tone of the faction they represent. This is no small feat for a single composer, but it’s one that ...Read more
It’s been great to see how much people have been enjoying Wargroove and its music. If you can’t get enough of those catchy tunes, I’m pleased to announce that the soundtrack is now available for streaming on Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, Bandcamp, Google Play and iTunes / Apple Music respectively.