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Metal Brigade Tactics

By Busking Software

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Description

Metal Brigade Tactics is a turn-based tactical strategy game with deep RPG elements. Control your squad of Vertical Armor giant robots on a mission to stop a small country from embroiling the world in a devastating war.

Featuring a long campaign as well as a skirmish mode, Metal Brigade Tactics will satiate any strategy gamer's hunger.

Version 1.1 includes a mini campaign with 5 extra missions and 2 new units for skirmish mode.

Features include:

* Grid-based tactical turn based strategy engine.
* Unique artillery gameplay - artillery is plotted before each turn but lands after, requiring careful planning and strategy.
* 13 unique Vertical Armor (VA) robots to control and customize plus 2 more non-VA units usable in skirmish mode.
* Tons of weapons and accessories to equip on your Vertical Armor.
* Control up to 10 VAs per mission.
* Story-based Campaign mode with 19 exciting missions plus a mini campaign with 5 more missions.
* 3 difficulty modes in Campaign, hard mode is a real challenge for expert players!
* Level up and customize your pilots throughout the Campaign mode.
* Skirmish mode where you can fully customize a team of VAs and play against the AI or another player's team on a variety of maps.
* 2 player hot seat play in Skirmish mode.

What's New in Version 1.10

New campaign with 5 new missions!

iPad Screenshots

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Customer Reviews

Fantastic game until...

I started really liking this game and I initially gave it five stars. Unfortunately, which is why I later took away four stars, it gets lots harder as you progress, even on the easy mode. That's ridiculous.

I predicted it but the way it's done is this: Just when you think you've solved the mission--I'm talking about 5.2 (spoiler ahead), which involves killing a super sized VA--you have to do the same thing all over again. This after I've already lost two VAs. At first I was angry. Now I'm just plain disappointed. I feel cheated. I won't be playing this game any further and I recommend that all you TBS players out there do the same. It's not worth the aggravation.

Now I see where some of the bad reviews came from. Next time I'll wait until I'm deeper into the game before writing a review. Too bad because I really wanted to like this game. Sigh. Now I have to keep looking for something else similar to Hunters 2.

Difficult and not thought thru

Also, when I see 5 star reviews from "baowulf" and "baobaofox" I'm pretty sure we're being had. The negative reviews are accurate, it's all pain for no gain.
Now baowulf & baobaofox might be two different people who just happen to love the game and have extremely similar ID names... But, I doubt it.
But then I noticed that the user "malfest" - who also gave this game a 5 star review also found the publisher's fun-for-the-whole-family game "Warna Free" to also be worth five stars - giving both glowing reviews.
Extraordinary coincidences, considering the two games are as far apart as feasible in terms of game styles or target gamer markets..
The problem is that when I see that, then I feel almost a responsibility to review the game. And at that point, I'm not giving any benefit of the doubt. This is simply not a good game and the developer has destroyed its credibility with the false reviews

Enjoyed this mech strategy title

Thanks for making a solid mech strategy title for the ipad, I really like it. The customization of the mechs is where the game excels and I like the three levels of difficulty. And thanks for adding more levels.

Do I have a one suggestion though, please add a pinch to zoom function (as I would like to zoom in to see the mechs in more detail, as the default camera is pulled out to far causing the mechs to look to similar).

Metal Brigade Tactics
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  • $0.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.10
  • Size: 14.3 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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