Strategy Reviews

Anthill – A Strategic Bug’s Life
October 9, 2011 -

Ants have it tough because there are so many potential enemies, but ants’ advantage is in their numbers. Not only do ants have numbers, but they have specialized units that can all work together. Anthill… Read More »

Crimson: Steam Pirates – Battling On The High Seas
September 3, 2011 -

Are you ready for a pirate battle on the high seas? Crimson: Steam Pirates is now available for the iPad from Jordan Weisman of Harebrained Schemes, who is also behind the PC games Crimson Skies,… Read More »

Spy Mouse – The New Definitive iOS Game?
August 25, 2011 -

We’ve been teased about Spy Mouse since March, including playing a version that seemed ready to go. After two years in the making, Spy Mouse is finally available from Firemint, creators of Flight Control and… Read More »

Pigs In Trees – Angry Birds Antithesis With Path Drawing
August 18, 2011 -

Angry Birds has become so popular that it’s nearly a universal truth that pigs are villains, and you need to attack them with birds. Pigs In Trees is the antithesis to Angry Birds as you… Read More »

Anomaly Warzone Earth – Time To Go On The Offensive
August 12, 2011 -

Tower Defense is a tired formula in the App Store, but have you ever tried Tower Offense? Anomaly Warzone Earth is a game unlike any other as you take command of the attacking convoy, and… Read More »

Allied Star Police – Making A Wish Come True
July 26, 2011 -

PopCap’s 4th & Battery development team just released a new game, and this one has a great story behind it. The Make-A-Wish foundation worked with nine year old Owain Weinert to make his dream of… Read More »

Swords And Soldiers – Now Everyone Can Enjoy RTS
July 7, 2011 -

Swords and Soldiers has made its way from the console over to iOS, and brings you real time strategy battles with Viking, Aztec, and Chinese warriors. The game’s goal is to make real time strategy… Read More »