Game Of Drones, A Strategy Game Set In A Post-Nuclear World

Android platform is constantly receiving new and interesting gaming titles, and that’s not exactly surprising considering the fact that it’s the most used mobile platform in the world. Now, for those of you who love to play strategy games, there are plenty of choices on the Google Play Store, but we’d like to add yet another one to your list, just in case you didn’t get around to it yet. We’re here to talk about a relatively new game called ‘Game of Drones’, yes, you read it right, it’s not Game of Thrones, but Game of Drones, clever. Anyhow, let’s see what this game has to offer, shall we.

The Game of Drones title is actually mixing a couple of genres, this is not only an RTS and a tracking card game, but also a tower defense game. This is the developer’s description of Game of Drones, and it’s a quite accurate actually. This game is placed in the post-nuclear war world in which NATO, USA and Ukraine do not exist any longer. You can imagine the chaos of a post-nuclear war, not to mention that a number of countries don’t exist anymore, well, that’s Game of Drones for you. You’ll be in charge of commanding tons of drone tanks in this strategy game, and will wonder around various parts of a rather bleak world. In Game of Drones, you have 54 battle cards for your collection, and the gameplay is quite nice once you get the hang of it.

Now, in order to play Game of Drones, you’ll need at least 1GB of RAM on your smartphone / tablet, a 1.2GHz SoC, and the Mali-400 MP4, Adreno 305 or PowerVR Series5X6 SGXMP GPU (at the very least). Your smartphone’s resolution should also not be lower than 800 x 480, states the developer. Granted, pretty much every smartphone owner meets these demands nowadays, so that should not be a problem. The game is free to play, though do keep in mind in-app purchases are included here. There are a couple of official game images for you to check out in the gallery down below, and if you’d like to download this game, click on the Google Play banner which is placed below this article.

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