Blitz Brigade: Rival Tactics - representative of the genre real-time strategy from the studio Gameloft, in which the user will form a unit of professional fighters and fight in real time with other gamers from around the globe. If you miss out on some elements and themes, then this novelty is most similar to the standard of the strategic genre - the Clash Royale project, only in our case is the possibility of an isometric survey. The battle system in the strategy Blitz Brigade: Rival Tactics for the Android platform is incredibly entertaining and active, although fights are fleeting - a couple of minutes, no more. The task of the user is to destroy the three towers of the opponent, while not allowing him to do the same with your fortifications. To implement a successful plan, you will need to use the capabilities of hired fighters, but this is complicated by the fact that the use of each unit uses special energy (for Gameloft this is in the order of things), and it accumulates extremely slowly, forcing the user to invest real money in the gameplay . In between fights, each warrior is pumped, his combat abilities and various parameters. In total, the detachment can contain up to eight units at a time - tanks, infantry, grenade launchers, flamethrowers, snipers, and so on. Each fighter has both merits and demerits, so when forming a detachment, consider this and try to make it extremely balanced and versatile. Given the developer about the graphics, you can say only one thing - it's luxurious!
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