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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 472d ago | article

Solid Old-School Strategy - Strategy & Tactics: World War II Review | Hardcore Droid

Historical military strategy games have always been a huge part of the strategy genre on PCs but comparatively thin on the ground in the mobile strategy market, where vast hordes of monsters, robots, aliens, and/or zombies walking single-file reign supreme. This is unsurprising, since much of the popularity of mobile formats is their ready accessibility to people beyond the usual audience for videogames, whereas historical strategy has traditionally been the domain of people who are shockingly geeky even by the standards of the usual audience for videogames. Fortunately, Strategy and Tactics: World War II is here to bridge that gap, and while it doesn’t have the sort of complexity found in more traditional games it does a fine job bringing the genre to a mobile format. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Strategy & Tactics: World War II)

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