Automated war

Culture concept

Depicts a war mostly waged by nonsentient or remote controlled automatons.


The first video game about Automated war was released in 1988.

Uber Entertainment, Rainbird and GT Interactive has published most of these games

See also: robot menace (may overlap, but automated war does not require it)

Not to be confused with automated battles, which is gameplay feature rather than part of the fiction.

This is categorized as cultural concept as removal of casualties (humans or other senties and even animals) from the frontline warfrare has long been been hypothesized as the eventual culmination of technological progress and the implications of it have been also examined from multiple angles.


Windows 7
Mac OS X 3
X360 3
Linux 2
Mac OS Classic 2
ZX Spectrum 128 1
Amiga 1
Atari ST 1
Amstrad CPC 1
C64 1

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