OK, hold tight to your couch, because CHAOS isn't a casual game. We repeat, this is not a simulacrum, CHAOS Tournament isn't a casual game. Now that we have hopefully caught your attention, know that once you install this game you'll have to choose between one of the two real helicopter models available to start with. Models will be delighfully shown 3D in your hangar. As CHAOS is a simulator, even when it's a mobile game, please, fulfill the tutorial, because it can be quite discouraging otherwise. Indeed, you can crash on it, so you'll realize that tutorial is quite hard (yes, a lovely MD-500 crashed in the making of this review)
Game comes with everything you should expect: different cameras, simultaneous use of tilt and on-screen controls, and different weapons and counter-measures (namely, heat flares). It's safe to say that this game is worthy to be downloaded just for its tutorial, but once you get into real action it gets better and better. By real action we mean online real players. Meanwhile, there's a huge offline mode to get training, fulfill missions and get cash to buy upgrades and new choppers for your collection.
Graphics and sounds may not be top notch, though they look great. We understand that this is so to guarantee an optimal performance even on medium-end devices. If you are looking for the closest game to a simulator, here's CHAOS. It may need quite a while to get used to controls and it may not be a game to be played on your daily bus trips at all: that's its main flaw, but also its greatest strength.
Lastly, in case you haven't figured it out yet, don't miss the chance of diving into online multiplaying.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Oct 25, 2013