Decent game It's a good game compared to most strategy games you can buy for an app but it gets kinda boring. Not gonna lie it is a good game but it's not addicting. So once you beat the campaign thats pretty much it except for the skirmishes you can do but that being said it's a fun game for it's price and one of the very few actually playable strategy games out there for apps
Why no in depth tutorial? Why not instead of plugging your other games in the news section you put an in depth tutorial somewhere? What do the numbers mean?I would trial and error it but everything is luck based anyways it's very hard to trial and error. What do the colored triangles mean?I know it means shocked, but what happens when a unit is shocked? Why do some units retreat and others disappear? Why does the dice roll screen jump around? I'm not satisfied. Start by making a better tutorial, then I'll come back. A waste.
Don't let the small maps fool you Don't let the tiny maps fool you - this game is very addictive. I've already got my moneys worth from this app, and I'll be playing it for a long time to come. Don't care for the new (1.31b) slow AI turns though.
Not designed for phone Probably works great on a tablet but the designers didn't accommodate phone sizing. Buttons and text are all far too small to make this game even remotely fun.
Great game! If you dig old school Avalon Hill, this is for you. Would love NATO counters.
Great quick playing game Small boards allow for quick, very challenging games without a lot of scrolling. I like that you can play either side in every scenario.
-probably fixed a long standing rare bug with ai crashes
-slower ai replay so you can better see what its doing without having to review the moves manually in your turn
-fixed bug with choosing defender in stack of units
-optimized graphics look on tablets
-fixed issue with android bottom bar on using low res gfx
-various improvements and fixes