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Submitted by IanDeMartino 445d ago | review

Warmongers Review | GameWoof

Ian DeMartino of GameWoof looks at Warmongers for mobile devices saying "The lane defense/offense tug-of-war style genre is steadily growing. I previously reviewed Bitbattle, a two player same device game available for free without any IAPs and gave it high marks but it was lacking the single player campaign (or online multiplayer) that would have made it feel like a complete game. Warmongers takes the same formula, drops the multiplayer completely and adds a more complete and full fledged single player campaign, complete with unobtrusive and unnecessary IAPs." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Warmongers) 4.5/5

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