By AppCube Ltd
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Global Conflict is a 3-D game of strategic conquest for iPhone and iPad.
Use tactics and cunning to gain victory and rule the world.
An exciting, challenging game full of explosions and surprises.
Select one of the many available maps, line up your troops and tanks and begin the conquest.
Defend your territories, keeping in mind that G8 countries are labeled with Landmarks and have greater strategic importance.
There are infinite combinations to play and replay thousands of times without ever getting bored!
*Multi-player: challenge up to 5 players
*Multi-touch map zooming and scrolling, right down to 3-D tank details
*G8 country Landmarks with extra points
-The Classical World : free
-Europe : In-App Purchase
-Regional Europe : In-App Purchase
-The Whole World : In-App Purchase
-North America : In-App Purchase
-Full (all maps) : In-App Purchase
What's New in Version 1.3
Added New iPad compatibility
Very Good Game!
I read some of the other reviews and had to take issue with some of the comments. First, the computer doesn't always win. In fact, I have played this game so often, I almost always win on the most difficult level. There is a way to beat the game. One comment mentioned that late in the game when a side has acquired very little territory it still manages to get a huge amount of reinforcements. While this is true, I have found this to be more of a challenge. In essence you are forced to win quickly to avoid this situation. While there are certain glitches (like not being able to send reinforcements from Russian to the United States), for the most part, this is a very good game. If you like risk, you will certainly like this game. I'd definitely recommend it.
I really don't like giving this game a negative review.
I love risk style games and liked this one at first. But the longer I played it the more the flaws became apparent. Here they are.
1: you will ALWAYS lose. In one battle I had 43 armies and the enemy had 9. Guess who lost. Me. It's not that severe all the time. But you will quickly notice for something that is suppose to be random, the enemies will almost always have the odds in their favor.
2: reinforcements. This is where I began to think the game must be drunk or something. At first it seemed pretty standard. The more countries you have the more reinforcements you got. Sort of. And you get bonus reinforcements for controlling regions. Everything made sense till I was in a game with only 2 countries left. One of the enemies had only one country left so you would assume he would get 1 army (I had double that and was only getting 1 army) till on his turn he got a whopping 142 units. My jaw dropped in astonishment as he conquered nearly the entire map. I waited for my massive flux of reinforcements but it never came. Ever. All the computers got over a hundred reinforcements that round and I got 1. This is the point where I uninstalled the game. Makes no sense. 2 stars for effort.
Game cheats at combat odds
The main problem with this game is that the game cheats at odds of winning a given battle at higher difficulties. This takes strategy out of the game as you will always end up with less armies that your opponent in drawn out games. Thus you either win a one or two devastating plays after cards are traded in, or you loose. There is no strategy. This is most obvious in the whole world mode as you need to conquer 130 countries.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 19, 2012
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 41.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Appcube Ltd Mobile
- © Appcube Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- World Map$0.99
- Full Game$3.99
- USA Map$0.99
- Europe Map$0.99
- Regional Map$0.99