Very nice strategy game The game is a very good strategy and tactics game, the port is well done. Kind of battle isle plus interesting terrain changing game mechanics. Perfect on Samsung Note 2.
Awesome, ads suck. One of my favorite turn based strategy games of all time. Loved playing it against friends on console, so I knew I needed to buy this. Destroy the terrain to earn money and manipulate your opponent(s). Pros: unique strategy, cool music, great visuals. Cons: controls take some getting used to, and the ads suck and are obnoxious looking. Would have happily paid more for an ad-free version.
Excellent turn-based tactics game This is a great turn-based tactical combat game. The game mechanics are really interesting with a lot of room for skill and clever plays. There are only three kinds of building and two (sortof just one) kind of unit, but along with the vital 3D height of each hex of terrain, it still adds up to plenty of opportunity for tactical thinking and planning ahead. The graphics and sounds are smooth and high-quality. I'm personally not that keen on the music, but that's just my preference, and it's easy to turn it off. The tutorial nicely walks you through all the game mechanics. Vitally, there's no requirement to pay more money in-game, nag friends, or compete for land with other players. There is a multiplayer mode, but skirmishes are isolated, and the campaign is long and challenging. I've not seen any of the bugs or glitches mentioned by a couple of other reviewers. The only quibble I can mention is that for some reason the S-Pen on my Galaxy Note II isn't recognised: I have to use my fingers rather than the stylus (this is the only app where I've seen that behaviour). Despite that minor irregularity, this is a great game that I'm thoroughly enjoying. I recommend it highly.
Too scripted This game is mostly about figuring out the exact path to take. Not much if any freedom of thought. This is basically a puzzle game. Figure out the steps to the puzzle you win. A vast majority of the time you alter those steps you die. Almost no real strategic decisions. Be comfortable working with small numbers and spaces. After all, the only way you get money is by destroying your own space.
Good port of an interesting game I played Greed corp on PC, and greatly enjoyed it. I'm glad to say that they pulled off a pretty good port, it runs very well. Be aware though, the HD version of the game wouldn't run on my Motorola XOOM.
Doesn't work on Nexus7 Just working through tutorial. Battles seem to be a straight swap system. Interface is really small, so installed on my Nexus 7 to get a bit of size, but that didn't get past the intro.
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