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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 931d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Anomaly Korea Review

Touch Arcade: When 11 Bit Studios released Anomaly Warzone Earth [$1.99 / $3.99] on iOS in 2011, we were blown away by its unique 'tower offense' take on a genre that had grown stagnant. Fast forward a year and a half later and the first sequel to the acclaimed game has finally arrived. While Anomaly Korea [$2.99] continues to impress with the same great gameplay and concepts as its predecessor, folks looking for more than cursory improvements may be a little disappointed. (Anomaly Korea, iPad, iPhone) 5/5

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