Another fantastic feature is the multiplayer battle option that lets you switch from hero to hero as you are fighting your opponent. This gives you a significant advantage, so you can rightfully be crowned as the king of the jungle. The switches also happen in real-time, so you won’t have to worry about your opponent destroying you as you’re playing the puzzle. The game itself features so much armor that’s as futuristic as can be, so you will truly embrace your Mad Max feelings with the game. All it takes is firing a sniper and hearing its roar, and we’re convinced that you’ll immediately understand why Hero Hunters was crowned Google Play’s most innovative game.
<p>Game Science and Hero Entertainment have come together to bring the free to play multiplayer, Art of War: Red Tides, to iOS at the end of the month.</p><p>Art of War: Red Tides is a competitive multiplayer RTS heavily inspired by the Starcraft 2 mod Desert Strike. You take up arms as a commander of a small army and must strategically prepare your battlefield and soldiers for waves upon waves of attacking enemies.</p><p>"At its core, Red Tides is a competitive multiplayer RTS that takes place in a single 'lane'. Everything from army building, to timing and strategy, is key, especially for climbing that ranked ladder! Our heartfelt thanks go out to the developer of the Desert Strike map from Starcraft 2, without it and our love for it, Art of War: Red Tides would not have been possible," said Game Science studio's head.</p><p>Each unit has its strengths and weaknesses, so you'll have to think carefully about your best tactics. Lucky you, it's not tediously straight forward, and you'll have plenty of opportunity to test your units, runes, upgrades, and abilities with 300 available troop members.</p><p>Art of War: Red Tides arrives on iPhone and iPad at the end of September. We'll let you know when we get a specific date.</p>Unholy Neighbourhood Three(All contents for free)Nor youth all quit, but spite of heaven's fell rage
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<p>Back in 2015, the adventure game Memoranda secured its port to iOS via Kickstarter, and apparently we'll finally be getting it in June.</p><p>
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