Battalion Commander is a completely amazing vertical shooter by IriySoft. Most importantly, it has little officers. Second, those warriors are genuinely lethal (and fatal genuine). Likewise, there is helicopters, tanks, explosives, napalm, and your form cognizant foes are wearing pink regalia: what’s not to like? Your objective is less to complete the level, as to finish missions. Each level gets increasingly troublesome, until the point when you’re getting shot from all sides like a failure in a water expand battle, yet that is OK, as long as you continue getting knowledge focuses and cash.
There are a hundred missions altogether, which guarantees hours of butt-kicking gameplay. Each time you begin a level, you have three of them to complete, and they go from killing various foes with a blade to annihilating helicopters with napalm waves. The experience focuses go towards your next rank, and each rank opens three overhauls, which cost cash to enact. The overhauls are all around executed, and sufficiently changed to impact each part of the amusement; they give your little fighters the genuinely necessary high ground as they advance through the ever harder levels. Mechanics are smooth, your squad moves in exquisite harmony, and projectiles hit their objectives without breaking a sweat. The visuals are (don’t state “charming”!) beautiful, splendid and clear, which is a decent decision when your screen is frequently swarmed with adversary objects. Regardless of the possibility that, initially, incredible before the finish of a level, Battalion Commander never appears to be baffling. For a moderately basic shooter, it’s shockingly addictive, not slightest in light of the fact that it makes you think the great old “only one more mission and I’ll stop, I guarantee.”
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