Split into two main phases of play, Battleplans works between offensive onslaughts and battles, and defensive planning against the attacks of enemies. Whether you’re fine-tuning your strategic placement or getting your head around the special abilities of particular characters, there’s plenty to get stuck into. Aesthetically, the title is a little beauty, boasting an array of unique visuals and pretty graphics.
With its unique visuals and pretty graphics, the titles offers mass appeal to an often-overlooked genre, with intuitive controls that make gameplay a complete breeze. Standing apart from other RTS mobile games, Battleplans centres heavily around tactical movement and unit positioning, instead of the more traditional focus on base building, or resource grinding. Even whilst battling, you can control units with precision, in real-time.
After the battle is over, players can review their defences by watching the handy replay videos, which can help to iron out any holes in plans. Improvement is paramount for succeeding with this quick-thinking title.
Speaking of the game, CEO of En Masse Entertainment -Sam Kim – writes: ”Battleplans provides a fresh, new spin on real-time strategy games and fills a need in the marketplace.
“Players will find themselves immediately getting to the fun elements of an RTS with easy controls to build heroes and squads, as well as scalable resource management – all of which lends for a great experience while trying to outsmart your enemies.”
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