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Submitted by Wiiloveit 884d ago | review

Review: City Conquest (darkzero)

"The tower defence genre has seen something of a resurgence, following the increase of powerful technology in the pocket with the birth of the iOS and Android operating systems. Many mobile developers have seen this trend, and this shows in the dearth of such titles on the App Store. Intelligence Engine Design, whilst embracing the genre, have also taken plenty of inspiration and ideas from the RTS (real-time strategy) genre, fusing both elements into this release. It is testament to their forward thinking that City Conquest works on many levels as an iOS-focused experience, and also an example of things actually getting done when a recipient of funding via Kickstarter." (darkzero) (City Conquest, iPad, iPhone) 7/10

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