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- League of War is a castle defense-style game with a modern warfare twist. The basic idea is to overwhelm your opponents and destroy their base, but you'll have a much better chance at success if you know a bit more about the game's particulars - which is where we come in. Gamezebo's quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.
- I've never really been into "castle defense" games, regardless of whether or not they involve actual castles. I don't have anything against them; they just don't do it for me. I do, however, enjoy card collecting. That's probably why I've been enjoying League of War so much. Well, that and the rather impressive production values. Those don't hurt, either.League of War may not involve castles, but it does involve defending your base by churning out lots and lots of soldiers and vehicles. Soldiers and vehicles that, incidentally, will try to rush across the field and blow up your opponent's base. Your Supply Lines pull in resources that you can use to summon units for fighting, and can be boosted several times over the course of a match to make them even more productive. The trade-off being that the resources you spend boosting your supply lines could've been used to crop a tank or something.
- If there's one thing Funzio's new Kingdom Age isn't, it's a new age. This role-playing hybrid for Google+ contains just about every staple from social gaming you can imagine - and it could use a few technical tweaks - but the game still manages to present players with one of the more addictive campaigns currently available online.
- Welcome to the quick start guide for Kingdom Age, a kingdom simulation/role playing game from Funzio. Build your kingdom and army, fight monsters, and go to battle against other kingdoms. Gamezebo's quick start guide will give you all the tips and tricks you need to make your kingdom the greatest in the land.
- Sometimes all a platform needs is a few good exclusives. That certainly seems to be the case for Google+. While the selection of games on the service may be miniscule when compared to the social offerings on Facebook (or even Kongregate for that matter), Google has managed to net a few great exclusives worth crowing about. They were the first platform to debut a social spin on Angry Birds, launched the Digital Chocolate powered Gangs of Boomtown last month, and now, along with the Google Chrome Web Store, are the only place you can play the latest game from Crime City and Modern War creator Funzio, Kingdom Age.
- Modern War is the social game of military domination! Build a phenomenal military base, forge relationships with allies, and use your strength to destroy your enemies while looting and destroying their bases. There are over three hundred different missions to complete, with over one hundred powerful units on the air, sea and ground. Gamezebo's quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.
- With a name that is excessively generic and a premise obviously feeding off the popularity of the gaming juggernaut that is the Call of Duty franchise, it's surprising just how refreshing Modern War is. The gameplay will be instantly familiar to fans of games like Mafia Wars 2 and War Commander from Facebook, but the mix of contemporary combat settings and simulation/strategy make this a worthwhile pick-up-and-play option on the go.
- Though they only have one iOS game to their name so far, Funzio is a company that seems to know how to make an impact on the App Store. The mobile release of Crime City - a port of their Facebook and Google+ game of the same name - has been riding high on the charts since its release back in August. In fact as I type this, it's currently sitting at #11 in the iPhone's Top Grossing Games category, just edging out Smurfs' Village at #12. Now Funzio is gearing up for their second iOS title, and this time, it's war.