Strategy War - A board game where you command your army like a game of chess and risk it all to conquer the world
By Appgeneration Software
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Build your army, dominate the enemy and take over the world, one country at a time!
Strategy War brings world domination to a whole different level with intricate details,interactive turn by turn game play and intelligent enemies to test you in ways you have never experienced before. With playing modes in single campaign in both easy and hard, and with over 50 levels to conquer, Strategy War is a great game for everyone looking to be challenged in new and exciting ways.
Build your army with Soldiers, Knights and Kings to conquer the land while using your Houses and Towers to defend from incoming attacks!
Want to battle your friends and see who will stand alone at the top? With two different modes available for multi-player, challenging your friends is easier than ever before.
Hot Seat mode allows you and up to 3 of your friends to play Strategy War, all on the same iOS device. Friendly fire has developed a new meaning!
With Game Center capabilities,the Online mode allows you to challenge your friends or random players from all over the world. See how you stack up against the top ranked users on Game Center.
Strategy War is a board game where you command your army like a game of chess and risk it all to conquer the world. Will you surrender or take over the world with Strategy War!
-Over 50 levels for Single Campaign mode
-Easy and Hard difficulty levels
-4 different armies to compete against in Single Campaign
-Play with up to 4 players in the Hot Seat or Online Mode
-Sound effects and music enabled
If I bump it to 5 stars, will you stop hassling to leave a review?
Pros: Having tried them both, I think the graphics of Strategy War are cleaner than those of the original Slay that this game reputedly rips off. This game is entertaining enough (in an addictive, time-wasting way) although it would be nice if the AI at the expert levels was challenging enough that I'd lose more than 1 in 40 or 50 games. One thing that's particularly annoying is that once you've played a certain number of games, the demands for a (positive) review become incessant and frequent--like every game or two--even if you've already left a review. This happens over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. Thanks, guys. In this one area the app developers clearly cared more about their marketing than the user experience. Too bad and ironic hat this recurrent annoyance keeps me from rating this game any higher.
Cheap Slay/Poor Multi-Play
The game is exactly like slay ($4) but cheaper ($1-for now). Im not sure but the AI seems simpler, I have no competition on hard AI/expert map, so I turn to the multiplayer capability, which is great, but the people ruin it, some just build a wall of "kings" and there is a virtual stalemate, they keep passing to your turn and eventually I end up surrendering (even thou I control 80percent of map). Maybe that could be adjusted..... All in all, poor AI in campaign mode and poor playership in multiplayer make this a pass....... Another problem in multiplayer is whoever goes first can dominate the board
Not too difficult
The game's tower placement effects play in a way that is obvious upon examination but not explained directly in any tutorial. They effect all hexes around the tower so if you group your pieces in an area with an open opponents hex and they drop a tower your going to have a bunch of headstones and not know why.
It's a good game and rates a solid three (good execution, old concept, not very inventive). Fun way to kill a half hour then you want to put it down, but you always want another 30 minutes eventually. Worth the price of admission.
- Category: Games
- Released: Feb 13, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 8.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Appgeneration, Software Technologies, Lda
- © AppGeneration
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.