Battleplans is a colorful real time strategy hitting Android devices this week

Any Android gamers up for a new strategy game to sink idle hours into? Battleplans, a game by En Masse (makers of Fruit Attacks and Pocket Platoons) which saw a release on iOS last month, is coming to Android June 30th. Boasting remarkably rich animated visuals, the game is an approachable take on the RTS genre with the potential to attrack players from all ages and backgrounds.

True to its name, Battleplans concentrates on the action, putting aside slower-paced challenges like building a fort and mining resources. The gameplay begins with the 'Skulls' phase where players must carry out specific strategic manoeuvres and play with different heroes in order to unlock their special powers. The real-time element follows soon, letting players participate in a full-out war. Notably, the game boasts a playback feature to let losing players trace replays of their matches, understand where they went wrong, and come out better prepared to face future battles.

In terms of gameplay modes, Battleplans features online battles against other players, league wars (conquer and hold territories to extract precious resources), and campaigns (unlock new units from chieftains in escalating encounters). Each of the many heroes you can choose to lead your troops has an unique ability to master, and scaling up from skirmishes to full scale battles comes totally guaranteed.

Up on iOS already, Battleplans will hit Android this Thursday. Keep an eye out in the Google Play Store. The game is free to play on both platforms.

source: En Masse via Pocket Gamer



1. GreenMan

Posts: 2697; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Nothing comes close to Command & Conquer Series when it comes to RTS (Real Time Strategy) Games... Let it be Starcraft or Warcraft or whatever...

3. xq10xa

Posts: 810; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

Have you tried playing 8-Bit Armies? It is the same people from Westwood Studios before EA Games purchased them and ruined everything. They even got the same music from Frank Klepacki. I love CNC it. However I can tell you right now Starcraft and Warcraft were both superior RTS games. By a long long long mile.

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