Engineers: The Game is a real-time strategy game where the objective is to destroy your opponent before they can destroy
you. In order to achieve this you must command a corps of Engineers who can mine resources and build military structures such as bases,
factories and turrets. Command these Engineers well and victory will be yours!
The Engineer is the workforce unit of the game. They are not capable of attacking enemies but they
are capable of mining resources, scouting and building structures.
The Glider is the only unit capable of attacking enemies. Gliders are capable of flying over
any terrain and attacking any unit. They are a deadly foe to face.
The Factory is an essential component of any strategy. Factories are capable of producing Gliders
for the battlefield.
The base is the main hub of the Engineer corps. Bases are where Engineers can be manufactured and
bases are where Engineers drop off resources from the mines.
The auto-turret is a structure that is capable of automatically attacking
any enemy that comes within range without any instruction. I would not want to be the glider that comes within range of one of these...
Mines can be found scattered around the map. They all contain a source of minerals that can be collected by
Engineers and brought back to base.
...Select A Unit
To select a unit, simply click on it. A selected unit will have a white box around it.
...Move A Unit
After selecting a unit, simply click on an empty area of the map and the unit will travel there.
After selecting one of your own attacking units, simply click on an enemy unit or building and the selected unit will
begin it's attack!
To mine resources, simply select an Engineer unit and click on a mine.
In order to construct a building, simply select an Engineer and click on the building you would like to build.
Remember, buildings cost resource points!
With a building selected, simply click on which unit you would like to build. Remember, units cost resource points!
...Navigate the Map
Use the directional arrows to move around the map. Use the + and - symbols to zoom in and out.