Strategy & Tactics: WW II Android Game Review

Looking for a World War II themed strategy game? You might want to check out HeroCraft’s Strategy & Tactics: WW II which just recently made an appearance for the Android platform. Just as the title suggests, you will be using strategy in order to win the game. Think of this more like RISK and other similar strategy games.

Strategy & Tactics: WW II can now be downloaded over at Google Play for $4.99. You will need a device running on at least Android 2.3 as well as a storage space of 43 MB.

Your main objective in this game is to take over certain regions. Initially you will be provided with soldiers however later on in the game you will have access to vehicles and planes. To be able to take over a certain region all you have to do is move your forces beside that region. Taking control of a region depends on various factors. One best way is if you have a much more superior force. So if your enemy has 5 soldiers in a particular region and you send in 10 soldiers you will have a big chance of taking that region.

A tutorial at the beginning of the game will help you in getting acquainted with the mechanics. There are 18 missions to finish. During the early stages you get to control the Axis as you try to conquer the whole of Europe. Later on you will control the Allied armies as you try to retake the occupied territories.

Some of the game features include

  • 3 full campaigns with 18 historical missions
  • Play multiplayer across different smartphones and tablets
  • Realistic global strategy with historically-accurate maps
  • A wide array of game modes
  • Juggle military, economic and scientific development
  • Several hardcore scenarios and a endlessly replayable skirmish mode

The AI is quite challenging to defeat however if you find it easy you can challenge other players over Wi-Fi.

If you are into strategy games then check out Strategy & Tactics: WW II right now.

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