Fractal Combat



    Fractal Combat's review

    Published: 2013-05-13, by Peter Warrior.

    A futuristic tail

    • Intense and intuitive gameplay
    • Adequate freemium formula
    • It can be too chaotic and haphazard
    • Lack of tutorial stages

    "Red eight, at your six!"

    We've talked many times about how flight simulators are slowly landing on mobile devices, but also about how players aren't really getting used to tilting controls and the lack of a keyboard. That's why many flight-simulators-to-be wisely end as arcade games. Fractal Combat would be a modern Afterburner in where you can freely roam a 3D map, look for and destroy your given objectives. Know beforehand that gameplay is quite intense, even sometimes sort-of chaotic when your radar is full of little red dots and your whining shield blinks.

    Graphics, even when aren't too demanding at all, are great and give the appropriate atmosphere to the game, though it's a pity that there isn't any storyline to accompany the successive missions and add some emotional bonus to such a breathtaking game.

    Last, but definitively not least, we must highlight that this game is free, ad supported, though you can make use of an in-app purchase to get rid of ads, add new ships or new levels, though it isn't necessary.

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    May 13, 2013

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