World at Arms Review: Addictive Strategy Game that Drags the Action for Long (Video)
If you’re looking for a game that could give you the vibe of Command & Conquer and then some, Gameloft’s World at Arms should be fun for you. We played it on the E-Boda X200 10 inch tablet and had. a ball with it. There’s a video review of the title after the break.
The title requires Android 2.3 and up and has you building a base and training soldiers, while also making combat vehicles and preparing for war. There are two parts of the game: the strategy/economy part where you gather resources and build stuff, plus train units and then there’s the combat, that’s basically a turn based experience. The idea is that you take turns in attacking the enemy and getting attacked the one with the most points (offense versus defense) wins.
You can manage an extensive economy, that involves developing an entire base and completing over 75 missions in the campaign mode. There’s also a multiplayer aspect, that will allow you to challenge real life players and attack them with your units, or form alliances if you want to. The only bad thing about the game is that it’s very slow and buildings take forever to build.
We give it a 9 out of 10 and you can download it from here.