Infinity: Game Summary
To enjoy a game of Infinity, the players must agree on a certain number of Army Points which will define the scale of the game and the type of scenario or mission that they want to play.
Once they have agreed on the number of Army Points, each player creates their own Army List selecting those troops available to their faction that are best suited for the chosen scenario. Each troop has a Cost value in points. Players choose the troops they want, but the total Cost of the troops chosen cannot exceed the Army Points agreed upon.
Next, the players set the gaming table, distributing the terrain over the surface in a configuration agreeable to all players.
Once the table is set, the players start the game by deploying their miniatures and markers on the gaming table. The game is organized through a series of Game Rounds, and in each Round, each player has their own Active Turn. During their Active Turn, each player assigns Orders to the troops to activate and play with them, moving them about the table, attacking enemy troops, and accomplishing the scenario objectives. At the same time, the opponent is also playing, by reacting to the actions made by the player who is in the Active Turn thanks to the Automatic Reaction Orders (ARO).
During the game, the Rounds continue until the End-Game conditions are met, which ends the game. Once the game is finished, the players check their Objective Points and their Victory Points to determine who the winner is.