7 War Games You Can Play After Studying
If you are like me then it’s too easy to procrastinate and think about a hundred other things you’d rather be doing than homework or studying for a test.
1. Battlefield 4
In Battlefield 4, demolition has been its distinguishing feature Battlefield 2. In BF4 it takes the form of massive, shatterable centerpieces in each multiplayer map. A dam you can ruin, a dentable radar telescope, or a crippled Navy Destroyer that with encouraging explosives can be run aground. This nearly open-world war game provides countless variations of gameplay and strategy. Even more recently, a new game in the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield One, released a Beta that had the most users of any Beta launch, for any game, ever.
2. Game of War
Arguably the most successful mobile war game of its time. This game has topped the iTunes charts for years. Build a city, an army, upgrade your Hero and command an army to conquer players from all over the world! Build an account to trap your enemies. Upgrade your Hero, buildings, and gear to assemble the ultimate weapon of annihilation. Get all the best tips, strategies and tricks for playing Game of War.
3. Call of Duty
If you’ve been walking the earth for at least half a decade then you’ve heard of Call of Duty. This first person shooter game has taken over the gaming world with crazy weapons and alternate histories, Black OPS 3 or Infinite Warfare is waiting for you!
4. Mobile Strike
Do you like building an army and commanding it to take over the world? Then you will like Mobile Strike. Since its launch it has taken over the mobile gaming world. This free to play MMO combines elements of base building and all out war similar to Game of War.
5. Sid Meier’s Civilization VI
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI is anything but a lazy rehash of previous versions. While it keeps the same concept of the 19-year old turn-based strategy intact, it has been given a new breath of freshness. This version is polished and accessible for players of any experience level.
In Civilization, you can lead a civilization from prehistoric times into the future achieving one of a number of different victories. By taking advantage of research, exploration, diplomacy, expansion, economic development, government and military conquest, there is something for every type of gamer in this classic and beloved turn-based strategy game.
6. Command & Conquer
Set in a gritty, high-tech world Command and Conquer utilizes electronic intelligence and covert surveillance to determine who reigns supreme. Join the forces of either the Global Initiative (GDI) or the Brotherhood of Nod, and fight for what you feel is right!
Command & Conquer is a real-time strategy game which requires the player to construct a base and acquire resources. In order to supply your base and grow your army you must acquire resources by attacking enemy bases.
Tiberium Alliances is the latest title release in the series and is a browser-based and free-to-play. The option to make in-app purchases is available to reduce time to obtain resources and other materials needed to upgrade your base.
7. Warhammer: Total War
In a time of conquest, a collective of warriors embark in epic battles as entire races war against one another. Each faction is led by a hero seeking total dominion over the world. You are in command! Karl Franz leads the men of the Empire, looking to bring together the fractured council under a banner of courage against their common enemies.
The Old World is torn by traitors, betrayal and war, a rising threat still whispers in the winds from the north. Reality itself begins to tear apart!
War games are often the most strategic and thus challenging types of games. The games above require dedication and intelligence to be one of the best, but that’s also what makes them so fun to play. You have the opportunity to outsmart your opponents and dominate them on the battlefield.
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