Simple and good This is a great game with an inventive and intuitive fighting system. Better than its sequels. The only problem is that on the really high levels the game is taken over by wild events that punish you for doing well and reward you for losing. They can result in long drawn-out stalemates and reduce the strategic element. Improving the AI and giving more user control over upgrades and air strikes would improve it. But it's a great game up to around level 30 or so. Also the campaigns are too easy.
Works on Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Easy to get into but gets hard quickly. Fun if you like slightly laid back RTS games that have a tiny dash of Advance Wars in them. HOWEVER it becomes clear soon enough that you'll have to spend money to win battles! So, not free at all!
Better than part 2 Haven't played through too far yet. Its already better than part 2 because you can actually play without begging fb friends to like it. Will rate a 5 later maybe, since u did what u did for part 2 tho I doubt I will.
One of the Best of its Genre I only rate games when they truly impress me. This is one of those games in the category of number vs number RTS. I usually hate these games, but this one has more to it and feels more like a true combat war game. I highly recommend it, and certainly worthy of a quick download to try it out for yourself.
Didn't even run on my note 7. Every time I attempt to open it, it just immediately crashes. Sent a report like 7 or 8 different times, waited for over a week, and your developers didn't do a thing to fix it. Deleting game with no intention to ever download again. Big waste of time
Non stop action I've downloaded this game before, and decided to give it a go again. Its pretty good but I wish you could win more gold in any one level without having to do any level grinding. If you want to max out your stats you either need to replay every mission a billion times or buy A LOT OF GOLD!!!!! Some of the upgrades will eventually cost you several million gold or more!!!
- Fixed: graphics quality for high-resolution displays