REDCON

REDCON

REDCON is an unusual but interesting game that you can get for free on Google Play.

The game alters the course of history and takes you to a world where World War I never ended so as a result a hundred years later everything we know has been destroyed. You are tasked with defeating the last enemy that stands in the way of peace and to do that you have to assemble a large artillery force and then bomb your opponents into oblivion. This is not hard – when you enter a battle, the screen divides in two and you can see your forces in the left half and your opponents in your right half. Just direct the fire by tapping onto a target and watch how your shells turn the enemy into dust! Of course your enemy will respond by shooting at you so make sure to use your strategy skills to overcome the resistance that you encounter. This addictive gameplay is accompanied by nice 2D visuals that are colorful and simply nicely drawn so this adds more value to the game. The sound effects are not as good but they will do.

Clearly REDCON is a game for all action fans. The app comes with addictive and dynamic gameplay and this is a great formula for having a great game. This is exactly what we think of REDCON so just go ahead and get this one with no hesitation!

REDCON is here on Google Play.

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