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Tiny Troopers puts you in command of a team of small soldiers. Guide them through 30 deadly missions with varied objectives: destroy enemy armoured formations, save hostages and eliminate enemy generals, to name but just a few.
Your troopers will face enemy infantry, snipers, technicals and even tanks. The casualty rate is going to be high but there’s an endless supply of fresh recruits to step up and fill the ranks. Those lucky troopers who survive from mission to mission will be promoted, and each new stripe they gain makes them tougher.
To increase your troopers’ chances of survival, use Command Points to give them better equipment, reinforce their team with a specialist like machine gunner, medic or delta force and call in support drops during missions. War might be hell but this is the funniest way to fight in one!
The safe way to fight in a war: you won't end up in a body bag.
Lead your troopers in 30 deadly missions with varied objectives.
Face enemies from infantry to snipers and tanks.
Reinforce your squad with specialists like machinegunner, medic and delta force.
Keep your troopers alive: they get better after each new rank they gain.
Give War a Chance!
Decent game, average port.mahon | April 15, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
Tiny Troopers is a real time strategy with both mobile and PC versions.
For a mobile game it's very good, surely more than decent. Judgement of the PC version is a bit more difficult because of higher expectations we tend to have when it comes to PC games. What we get in this case is just a solid port of the mobile game, with nearly no changes. Even though PC controls could allow for better tactical flexibility and control, the authors didn't make use of this potential and left it the way it was on mobile devices. It is a shame because the game in itself is pretty good - you control units, your soldieres gain experience, you are assigned to various missions, etc.
Had the potential of PC machines been used better, the game would surely be more memorable. And now it's just OK.
Positively SuprisedPikuVava | April 14, 2014 | See all PikuVava's reviews »
I have always enjoyed games where you can control soldiers and upgrade their equipment.
In Tiny Troopers you control your own "battalion" which includes different types of troopers which you can get among the way and this gives you chance to play different levels always with different style. You can upgrade your soldier's equipment which makes next levels little bit easier to play through, of course even when you have really high ranked soldiers, you need reinforcements to fight through different enemies.
Map design is really good, graphics are really great and artistic style of models is really pleasant for eyes. All this combined with fast paced and exciting missions results in being absolutely one of my favourite "few cent" game.
Slight minus is the lack of levels, but of course there's free mobile version "Tiny Troopers 2" if you want more playable content.