Soldiers Inc. Mobile Warfare Review (Tom) 07:20 PM CET - Nov,23 2016
Soldiers Inc. Mobile Warfare Review - Turn Your Mobile into a
Mobile video games have come a long way over the past few years. From
the linear gameplay and graphics that were once seen in simple games
like Bounce and Snake to the fully fledged 3D-rendering that is used to
deliver true-to-life experiences, mobile gaming has created a whole new
niche in the market. Due to the popularity of high-end smartphones,
mobile games have improved dramatically over the past few years.
Developers and publishers are constantly coming up with new ideas about
games that are both engaging and addictive.
One of the games that I recently played was Soldiers Inc. Mobile
Warfare. Now, the concept of the game isn't anything new. In fact, it
features one of the oldest concepts in gaming, which was originally
introduced by legendary games like "Command & Conquer: Red Alert"
back on the PC. The premise of the game is simple: you are in charge of
an elite team of soldiers in the East African Republic of Zandia. Your
mission is to secure and build a base through which you can produce new
units, vehicles, and other items that will aid you during your battles.
The game is supported by multiplayer, and allows you to play with other
players from all over the world. When you first log into the game, you
will be in charge of a small base. From there, it's up to you to decide
how you grow the Base, build your own army, explore territories, and
stake your claim. Of course, the main premise is that different
companies are attempting to claim ownership of the mineral-rich lands
of Zandia, and you have to not only defend this terrain, but also
expand your own base.
The game is surprisingly detailed, and requires strategy before you get
started. You can't just start playing blindly; other players on the map
will take over your base in no time if you play without the proper
attentiveness. You can work with other commanders on the map to create
a "combine," which is a sort of alliance in the game. This allows you
to share resources, reinforcements and referrals with other commanders.
In my experience, I found that creating a combine was considerably more
advantageous than fighting my battles alone. In case your base is
attacked, the reinforcements from the combine can bail you out of a
sticky situation. Similarly, when you are attacking, the presence of
varied units also provides a considerable boost to your chances of
defeating other bases.
Networking is essential in this game, so make sure that you log in with
a decent mobile connection. You can trade resources with other
commanders and purchase different items from each one. Networking comes
in handy when researching different items. Some resources might be
scarce on your map, but you can easily trade them with another
commander. The main resources in the game are rations, munitions, and
fuel. The game uses a tier-based upgrading system, so in order to stock
more ammunition or fuel in your depots; you will first have to upgrade
The graphics on mobile phone games have improved by leaps and bounds.
For Soldiers Inc. Mobile Warfare, I have to say that their style of
presentation receives top marks. You can click here to download the game. The
game looks beautiful, especially if you run it on a high-end
smartphone. The frame rate doesn't drop even when there's a lot of
action on the screen, which is one of the best things that you seldom
find in mobile games. On top of that, the game itself doesn't hog your
phone's resources either. It doesn't disturb you with pointless
notifications all the time. It's a fantastic choice for gamers who are
into strategy and want something that they can play on the go. You can
also create combines with your own friends to further improve your
All in all, it's easy to say that Soldiers Inc. Mobile Warfare is a
fantastic game that offers hours of endless fun without hogging on your
mobile's resources. It's highly interactive, and I have had lots of fun
playing it since I downloaded it!