I started out following the same strategy for Fuse that was used in a previous post. The change in this video is I adapted the strategy to the first moves of the opponents. Previously I would always capture the planets on the left side of the screen. Now, the side I capture first is determined by purple. I capture the side opposite of purple’s first move. Even with that, the time accomplished in this video is due to the opponents attacking each other in situations where they would usually attack me. It’s all about setting things up so you can take advantage of the luck that comes your way.
- From 0:00 to 0:19, send your units to capture the single planet above you on the orange side. Before that planet is captured, start sending new units from your initial planet to the planet just above and adjacent to orange. After capturing your second planet, send all of your new units to capture the planet above and adjacent to orange.
- From 0:20 to 0:32, capture the planet above and adjacent to green.
- From 0:33 to 0:41, capture the top right double planet.
- From 0:42 to 0:56, capture the bottom right double planet. At 0:45 green starts attacking the single planet I bypassed. I really want that planet and almost stopped this game because of that. I’m glad I decided to continue and instead started sending some units to prevent green from capturing the planet.
- From 0:57 to 0:59, finish capturing the top planet.
- From 1:00 to 1:08, capture the top left double planet. I never expected this planet to remain available for me. This is the first time I remember that ever happening.
- From 1:09 to 1:14, since green is just now weakening its double planet, destroy and capture it.
- From 1:15 to 1:22, destroy the right most green planet.
- From 1:23 to 1:33, simultaneously destroy the green and orange double planets.
- From 1:34 to 1:31, purple cooperates by attacking orange, so I redirect my units around that planet in order to destroy the purple double planet.
From here there are just two planet left to destroy. Attack both of them simultaneously to prevent them from capturing another planet.
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