Cartoon Wars 3

Cartoon Wars 3

Cartoon Wars 3 is a game that uniquely combines cartoons and wars in a strategy adventure that brings fun.

The story behind the app describes a kingdom that gets surrounded by enemies so it is up to you to save it. You will equip weapons, train soldiers and then move them around to battle enemy troops. When this happens you will have to apply your strategy skills to defeat the bad guys. After the battle you can re-train your soldiers and equip them with better weapons for the next battle. All this is done in really nice 2D graphics that strongly resemble cartoon movies and when you add a number of fun sounds and moves the entertainment is guaranteed.

Cartoon Wars 3 is a casual action/strategy game that does not need a whole lot to run and bring fun to you. The game needs about 80 MB of space so it should get downloaded and installed in a little while. The app will take you into a fantasy world where you will have to battle vicious enemies but given you have the right strategy and skills you will emerge victorious – is there anything else that can bring so much fun and satisfaction?

Cartoon Wars 3 is here on Google Play.

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