Military Madness: Neo Nectaris
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Original Tactical Gameplay
The grand daddy of turn based strategy games stays true to its classic gameplay; rewarding players who protect their units effectively while also maintaining a strong offense.
Control your army like never before! Touch screen control enables you to zip across the screen and select units with ease.
A Newly Outfitted Platoon
The best looking and best sounding version of Military Madness: Neo Nectaris is on iPhone and iPod touch. Upgraded visuals and an all new musical score provide a high fidelity tactical gaming experience!
The Complete Package
48 levels of blistering tactical gameplay!
great! now I need lode runner 3gs
classic game! would like to see a online vs mode would be great.very nice port.now make a lode runner for iPhone.5/5
The best turn based game
The best turn based franchise of all Time just made it's way to The iPhone... Finally!
Good value for $5 if you enjoy basic tactical games.
The difficulty is aimed at an intermediate skill level. There's only one difficulty mode so if you're not fairly experienced with the genre you might want to look for an easier title. Some of the later maps can be huge and missions can take up to 30 mins on the first try, so if you like Military Madness there is lots of it to be had here. It's a good value for $5 if you like the series and don't mind the repetitive strategies.
There are no funds or unit production, instead you rush to capture factories that have units inside them, which usually decides whether you win or lose the mission. The stage strategy is mostly about rushing to capture factorie and retreating your injured units into factories to be repaired, while denying the CPU the same. This can get boring because the same strategies are repeated over and over. Like the original Neo Nectaris, surrounding an enemy increases the damage done to it. Zone of control is in effect in this game, which adds to the depth. The combat formulas are fairly luck based.
The UI is mostly context sensitive which is good, although you have to touch the 'abort' button to move into enemy attack range without attacking. Some very basic features remain missing like unit numbers next to each unit on the map, or damage numbers appearing above the units after combat. The original Neo Nectaris for TG16 was like this as well, but that doesn't seem like a good reason to leave those basic UI features out.
- Category: Games
- Released: Feb 08, 2010
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 6.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
- © 2010 Hudson Entertainment/2010 Hudson Soft
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.