Battle Nations



    Battle Nations's review

    Published: 2014-05-15, by Peter Warrior.

    A deep strategy game

    • Both strategy and management game
    • Both solo and online modes
    • It doesn't abuse of freemium model
    • There should be more of everything
    • It may not be considered a casual game at all

    "Rebels should be thankful"

    Battle Nations is a pretty original game that combines turn-based strategy battles and camp and resources management, along a nice and entertaining story. Although gameplay is quite straightforward, there are enough options to be complex yet enthralling. Cartoon-like graphics may or may not be of your liking, but are clean and nice anyway.

    There's a wide array of characters and units to train and fight against, and a bunch of stages in the solo campaign. In addition, there are a player vs player online option and a mode to play a single match against the AI to extend replayability, so in a worst-case scenario, you get a ton of hours of free gameplay before having to make use of freemium options aka in-app purchases. A few social options are just icing on the cake.

    We can just wonder why there aren't more factions or why you can't zoom in on your buildings. However, the biggest catch are some random loadings here and then that unnecessarily slow down gameplay. Likewise, some texts and bubbles are shown off screen and you have to drag the whole map to read them.

    Z2LIVE, INC, who already brought to us "Trade Nations" has done a really good job

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    May 15, 2014

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