Enemy Strike Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Most smartphone and tablet first-person games wrestle with virtual analog sticks that fail to capture the pinpoint precision found on console and PC. With this in mind, Killer Bean Studios ditched the left stick entirely with Enemy Strike, a cover based iOS and Android title that is more or less a shooting gallery, with enemy soldiers entering from deliberate points on the screen and players mowing them down with 15 different weapons. The fact that it's simplistic means users can quickly learn the controls and get their fix for minutes or hours a day. This simplicity also works against Enemy Strike, largely because it relies on the same old concept throughout its 250 missions.

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