Nitre

White Holes (Virgo) Nitre walk-through, completed in 1:12.0

This is similar to the strategy used in a previous post on Nitre. Even though the strategy used is slightly different, the main difference is that both opponents wait a very long time before they make their first move. This makes them weaker and easier to destroy after triggering the white hole.

Walk through

  1. From 0:00 to 0:10, double your initial planet. Then wait while you build up some units. If either of your opponents make a move by capturing another planet or promoting their initial planet, then start over.
  2. From 0:11 to 0:26, capture and promote the double planet in your spoke. If either of your opponents make a move by capturing another planet or promoting their initial planet, then start over. It may take quite a few tries before you get both of these planets promoted to a double with neither opponent making a move, but it is the way to get the best time.
  3. From 0:27 to 0:35, build up units on your front double planet. You are waiting to see what your opponents do. If both of them make a move, start over.
  4. From 0:36 to 0:55, send your units into the white hole until it is triggered.

From here you need to use units from each side of the white hole to attack both of your opponents simultaneously. Give priority to preventing an opponent from capturing another planet and destroying double planets first.


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Reboot

Shockwaves (Taurus) Reboot walk-through, completed in 1:52.0

This is a slight modification of the strategy used in a previous post on Reboot. The method used to prevent purple from capturing the single planet prior to the initial shock wave passing was changed to a method that is more reliable and easier to implement.

Walk-through

  1. From 0:00 to 0:04, send your units up and to the right. When these units reach the point where the center double planet is between your units and the planet in front of the purple double, use that mass of units to attack the planet in front of purple.
  2. From 0:05 to 0:09, start sending from your initial planet towards the top left of the screen. When your mass of units is just about on top of the top center double planet, capture that planet with those units. After the planet is captured, absorb any excess units into the planet to partially promote it. This will make it possible for you to promote it a little faster after the shock wave passes.
  3. From 0:10 to 0:17, start sending units from your newly captured planet up and away from the shock wave. This is also the time you want to send the mass of units at the top left of the screen towards the single planet in front of purple.
  4. From 0:18 to 0:26, as the mass of units is passing near your single planet, send all of your units to attack and capture that single planet.
  5. From 0:27 to 0:32, send units from your single planet to your double planet. Get all the units you can until the shock wave passes the single planet.
  6. From 0:33 to 0:44, promote your center planet to double.
  7. From 0:45 to 0:46, promote you initial planet to double.
  8. From 0:47 to 0:50, send a few units to attack the orange single planet.  Without something to discourage orange, it is more likely to attack the bottom double planet than green.  This attack on orange makes it more likely that green will attack that planet, which is what we want to happen.
  9. From 0:51 to 1:09, gather your units for the attack on green, then at the right time destroy the green double, then destroy the green single planet.
  10. From 1:10 to 1:28, gather your forces near the orange double planet. When orange sends its units to attack purple, destroy the orange double planet.
  11. From 1:29 to 1:36, send your mass of units to the purple double planet. While doing this, also send any new units into position to attack the orange single planet.
  12. From 1:37 to 1:42, destroy the purple double planet. Attack and weaken the orange single planet.
  13. From 1:43 to 1:52, wait for the shock wave to pass so you can destroy the remaining orange planet.

 


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