Recommended games in Strategy
Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes to Star Wars: Commander
Star Wars: Commander is arguably the best Star Wars game for mobile right now. Yet it seems to be the least appreciated of the three main ones. The other two big ones are just plain boring repetitive gatcha games. While it can be said that Star Wars: Commander takes a lot of inspiration from Clash of Clans, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
If you haven’t given Star Wars: Commander a try yet, now’s a good time to hop in with the new Force Awakens content added including two new characters and a new planet.
Posted December 3, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Rocky Balboa Coaches You in Real Boxing 2 Creed
Vivid Games has released their much anticipated follow up to the awesome Real Boxing. This time round it is branded with the upcoming Rocky franchise spin off, Creed.
The graphics on this game are amazing — partially thanks to the Unreal Engine used. It’s also a very strategic game and not just a button masher like many similar games. Figuring out when to punch, when to guard, and when to charge ahead will be key in conquering this game. Look for open spots and choose the type of punch to fit that hole. Personally, I’m getting destroyed.
Overall a good free to play sports related game, great graphics, a great fit for boxing fans.
Posted November 18, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Templar Battleforce is a Battleforce To Be Reckoned With - Touch Arcade
Touch Arcade takes a long look at Templar Battleforce and loves it enough to give it 4.5/5 stars noting:
Battleforce takes place in the same universe as [Star Trader], but it has its sights set on a different genre. Instead of dealing with groups of ships traveling through the galaxy, Battleforce focuses on the Templar Knights, a group of elite warriors whose job is to protect their charges from anything that threatens them. It’s a turn-based strategy RPG, a genre with no shortage of quality entries on iOS, but it manages to make quite a mark anyway.
… I always get the impression that [Trese Brothers] carefully planned out the details of each of their games. But I feel like this is the first time where the initial execution has matched that design effort for this team, and the results are simply fantastic. Templar Battleforce is an easy recommendation to any strategy fan, even if the setting doesn’t do much for you. If you are into this type of space-faring ooh-rah, on the other hand, you’re going to be on cloud nine.
Posted November 6, 2015 via Touch Arcade
Gamezebo Recommends Rocketcat Games Five Card Quest
Gamezebo has a recommendation for Five Card Quest from Rocketcat Games:
Rocketcat Games latest release is a roguelike dungeon crawl with turn-based, card-driven combat. The art is great, the battles are quick, and there’s just enough strategy to make you really think out each card. Five Card Quest is highly recommended.
Posted October 29, 2015 via Gamezebo
Secret Agent — Outsmarted Again! Agent A, a point and click puzzler is out now.
Playing as spy Agent A on the trail of Ruby La Rouge, you’ve tracked her to a secret lair. In this gorgeously illustrated adventure, you progress through the lair, solve puzzles, find hidden objects, and explore for secrets. It’s all done with a well thought out touch exploration system.
I really enjoyed the first chapter of Agent A, out now for iOS from Yak & Co. While it’s a little short, and maybe a little on the easy side, the combination of voice overs, fun puzzles, and great art really pulled me in.
Posted October 28, 2015 by Jeff Scott
In the future you are your self or what you used to be. I dunno. Future Sense is a time confused but awesome puzzle game.
Future Sense has a very odd story, some hack writing that sounds like a bad sci-fi mystery novel, and some graphics that aren’t quite up to modern device. But it is also a pretty cool puzzle game where time is used as an instrument to solve the puzzles. Rewinding time, telling the future, they can both be used to help solve levels in this top-down stealthy puzzle game.
Posted October 27, 2015 by Jeff Scott
What if you crossed zombies with match-3 and lane defense? Zombie Match Defense!
This game by Jake Sones is the result of a bet, probably made over multiple drinks, that two over used game genres couldn’t be combined and made to be fun. Jake thought he could do it and I think he has succeeded.
Zombie Match Defense turns out to be a fresh take on match-3 games. With the combination of the two genres some new mechanics pop-up that are cool. The game includes both a map-based progression mode and also mode I prefer, the endless mode which is unlocked after a couple levels. And I think I can honestly say that Zombie Match Defense is the best zombie match-3 lane defense ever made. And it’s also lots of fun.
Posted October 26, 2015 by Jeff Scott
Game Insight Releases X-Mercs To Cure Your Turn Based Blues
X-Mercs is a new and interesting take on the typical turn based strategy game like X-Com. For one, it’s free to play. There are also PvP raids in the game (ala Clash of Clans) that can add way more interest to the game.
All in all it’s a really well done game with amazing art and great gameplay.
Posted October 19, 2015 by Jeff Scott