‘ARMED’ is a Cool Windows 8.1 Game about Tanks, Turrets and Robots
We are happy to announce for all strategy players that Indie Studio, Sickhead Games, created for Windows 8.1 “ARMED!”, a multiplayer strategy game designed to put your limits to the test.
The mission of the game is to destroy the enemies and their headquarters having your own fleet of tanks, turrets and robots. Lovers of sci-fi will be delighted with the fantastic characters and excellent graphics you get to see in “ARMED!” for Windows 8.1
“ARMED!” released for Windows 8.1
The trial version existing for “ARMED!” has only one level and some of the ads might be annoying sometimes but the full version for Windows 8.1 which you can get it for free on Windows Store, removes all ads, plus it has 5 more improved levels. For this game you will need on your hard disk no more than 68,5 MB and the supported processors are x86, x64 ARM for Windows 8.1.
Check out some of the greatest features of “ARMED!” to improve your game play like 13 defensive and offensive units to command into battle, over 50 unit upgrades and special attacks to help turn the tide, tile updates with turn notifications. Also there are a total of seven maps available with different tactical terrain as the “fortress”, “ruins and lava” and “winter season” so you can even play a terrain of your choosing.
Challenging your friends or perhaps the new players you meet in “ARMED!” in a multiplayer match is another feature that will make you a little bit addictive to the game. And of course you can compare some of your best rankings with your friends on the real time leader boards you will have access to.
Strategy is all about goals and resources. Generally, when you make a strategy, it involves setting goals, determining the actions that you need to take to achieve those goals, and mobilizing resources to execute the actions. So go ahead and download “ARMED!” from the link presented below and let the game begin.
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