Ambitious. If you're an SRPG fan, this has a ton of content. To this having screen size issues- go to display setting and change the resolution. I use 960x540 for my Note 4, and it is perfect. The emulated mouse controls take some getting used to, for sure. Would love to see a more native touch UI, but it is still serviceable. Especially if you have a stylus.
In a world of asset flipping and overpriced DLC, this game is a complete gem. I saw this game on PC first and thought that it was very interesting. To see it here on Android is absolutely brilliant. If the devs are reading this, I am very impressed with your work. Sure the controls may be a bit strange but still, it was adapted from PC to ANDROID. This is my final statement, thank you so much for delivering this game to Android.
A well done port of the excellent open source game. The fact that even the map editor functions impressed me. The campaigns have interesting storylines. The strategy is just above my decade of strategy game playing abilities, so I really have to play again and correct mistakes.
I like the original, but this port does not fit the mobile platform. The UI is cumbersome and clumsy. Buttons cannot be reached and suggested gestures are intermittent. It's a very low return for such huge storage consumption... Unplayable.
Surprisingly good so far. Reminds me of a combination of a turn based strategy game like rtk mixed with some ogre battle oh and I'm playing it on a $50 go phone so.. it definitely works
Game was unplayable. I guess I need a tablet instead of my LGV10 to even consider this game. Everything was extremely small and while I could still read the text and options, it was way too painstaking to try and select any options due to the near microscopic (exaggeration) buttons/options. The game does not appear to be properly optimized for display on smaller (phone) screens or maybe it's just awful for mine.
Added "After the Storm" to best of user-made campaigns package.