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Real Time Stratgy

A Real Time Strategy (RTS) game is a strategical game played in a panoramic view that is not restricted by turns (in other words in real time, hence the name) and can be a single or multiplayer, where each player controls multiple units and structures to complete a goal. Usually during a game, the player may collect and expend said resources (usually located in specific points of the map) to create new structures or units.

The function of the units is most commonly (but not restricted to) to collect resources, build new structures and/or engage in combat with rival units or structures,

The function of the structures is most commonly (but not restricted to) to create new units and/or allow the player to build new units/structures or to improve them.

The goal of the game may be accomplish a specific test or to defeat an opponent (generally by combat) said opponent can be controlled by an artificial intelligence or another player.

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