Step-by-step strategy

The main characteristic of turn-based strategy games is the discreteness of the gameplay. The game consists of time-fixed moments of “steps” or “moves”. Which ends at the command of the player or after using all possible moves of the characters. During these moves, the player commits his actions. One move can correspond to a large period of time in the game world. In one such move, the player manages to cope with events and give orders to hundreds of military units. After the player’s turn is completed, the move is transferred to another player or computer. Who also uses his move in his interests and goals.
In most turn-based strategies, players take turns in turns. Until someone wins or surrenders or the mission is achieved