A game of 4 teams consisting of 2 players each in the Indian Ocean map. The game begun with me and my teammate expanding both in Australia. As we were expanding, I kept advicing my teammate on which bonus he and I would take. We were expanding for more than 10 turns and hadn't encountered any enemy at all. Most of the enemies were fighting in the Middle East, which is thousands of kilometers far from Australia, which came in handy for me and my teammate.
After the first encounter where my teammate confronted the enemy near India and an AI in the South of Africa, that's when the real battle began. It felt like a world war. I was planning everything out, sending airlifts to my teammate and playing spy cards, diplomacy cards etc. It felt great to have control over the cards while my teammate was doing the dirty work.
There was one major problem during the game, it was the red player. He got the most armies per turn in the game, and he was battling my teammate - who was confronted by the red, purple and green player. So, I had to know exactly where I should send my airlift to, which wasn't an easy task. But one thing was certain, as long as I used my dexterous instinct and my optimism, I could win.
And in the end we truly won, haha. ;)
What do you folks think of the game? It was almost an even match between team A and team C, which is exactly the reason why it was so hard to win in this game particularly.