Subterfuge

Subterfuge

Subterfuge is a game that you won’t see every day on Google Play. The reason is that this is a grand strategy game that can take up to a week to play and finish.

The game starts with maps that come with 2D graphics only and hardly any sound but this is due to the fact that this is a strategy game and all the action takes place in seas where you will battle against enemies with subs and other similar means. You will have two choices that you will start with – you can play some demo missions that will teach you how to play the game or you can go deep into the real action where you will get to play against real people. Subterfuge does have a learning curve, though, so it is not one of these games where you can start playing almost instantly. In addition the game relies heavily on things such as diplomacy, subterfuge operations and surprises in order to win.

This is where the great strength of the game lies, though. This is not just your regular time-killing game. Subterfuge is much more. The game is a real strategy game with depth that you can’t see very often. You can play against people, plot schemes, launch surprise attacks and do all this in real time. This makes the game very, very addictive but there’s more – you can play it for 5 minutes a day or for 5 hours a day given you have the time and set your own pace. The app is perfect for strategy lovers on the go and this is another very strong point. In addition you can play multiple games simultaneously which makes Subterfuge even more addictive and fun.

Subterfuge is a great game and a great strategy. It is perfect for people who like strategy games or want to play something different than another matching game. The app has depth, unseen addictiveness, many features and you also get to play against real people. In addition Subterfuge is free so all these features make this app a must-have game for every Android gamer.

Subterfuge is here on Google Play.

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