Play Unplugged Review – Army Builder

By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Dec 13th, 2012
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Play Unplugged has a slightly different review today with a look into Army Builder, the program that helps you … build armies…
“Why do they call him ‘the bullet dodger’?”
Because he dodges bullets, Avi.

From the review:

Front and center private! Play Unplugged’s Andrew Lotz puts Lone Wolf Development’s Army Builder software through maneuvers!

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  • Killraven

    I love Army Builder. But, I still think it’s horridly over-priced for a product that, without a ton of additional work on somebody’s part (creating and maintaining those game files) it’s absolutely useless on it’s own but still costs the same as what you would expect for a finished product. Then on top of that, you have annual subscription/renewal fees.

    But hey, perhaps I’m simply still upset that my original license for Army Builder promised free, life-time upgrades, but Lone Wolf claims that since they switched programming languages a ways back, the new language makes it a new and different product.

  • Brian2112

    I want to enjoy AB, but I just can’t due to their horrible licensing program. About five years ago I purchased AB and a three year license. Due to work and other obligations I didn’t do much gaming for a few years. When I had a chance to play, I went to AB and my license had expired. “No problem” I thought, I’ll just buy a few more years. Well it doesn’t work that way. They actually wanted me to purchase a license for the two years I didn’t use it! What kind of business practice is this? I have to buy a three year license to cover the two years I didn’t use it and one year of actual use. I did email their support to confirm this is how licensing works. Sorry AB, your product is a nice tool, but it’s way too overpriced for what it does and your licensing scheme is horrid.

    • grimbergen

      wow that’s pretty shady… I also have a license of AB3 from a few years ago waiting for when I have time again to play, but i guess i won’t be counting on that anymore.