Possibly one of the less great games I've played with some moments of brilliance that saved the day.
Entering the game my ally sets up his spartans into a rectangle filled with cretans. At this point I was seriously doubting my ally's worth with such a cheese formation.
I started to advance early on with not being able to see much of the enemies units but when close enough I noticed I was out numbered vastly in archers. However, Seleucid archers are crap so I took my chances.
I started heading toward the nearest Seleucid flank with my cavalry on a very wide flank. I was attempted to see what he would shift to match it but I didn't realize how many cataphracts he had. Ultimately he charged my praetorians nearly head on and I made an attempt to semiflank him to take as many down with me. My mistake was leaving my cavalry out so wide in that I was unable to get my cohorts up to help them and he was able to get away. My general was however able to rush up and salvage about 4x20 worth of praetorians.
At this point things are looking grim, but is there any chance of pulling off a victory? Download this for yourself and try to see where to strike and defeat the silver shielded line!