My.com, developers of Jungle Heat, have announced Iron Desert, a new tactical strategy game. Within the game, tactical and strategic skills will be challenged as players face off against the invader Iron Dragon and his assistant, Commander Scar. Players will need to manage their equipment, recruit units and fight battles either alone or with a friend.
Iron Desert features a large social component, with players able to join clans and work together to achieve the goal of dominating the desert. Other players will be able to help by sending tanks, helicopters and more to battle against enemy buildings, with tactics and maneuvers also available to share between allies.
Yury Maslikov, Publishing Director of My.com, said this of the new title:
Iron Desert takes the battle from the jungle to the desert, offering fans of Jungle Heat the next evolution of military strategy games on mobile devices. With more tactical features, mechanic improvements and content, resulting in hundreds of hours of gameplay, Iron Desert will be the next mobile hit in My.com’s gaming catalog that no player should miss.
Iron Desert will arrive on the App Store translated into ten languages sometime soon.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on August 7th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Evolution: Battle for Utopia by My.Com has received big update titled “The Black Legion.”
The Black Legion update brings players six more regions to explore, 10 new types of weapons, and three new types of defense to help them battle the army of General Kurbatov. It also raises the level cap to 58!
Player’s defensive capabilities are also getting an overhaul: now you can fortify your base with turrets and allies. Lastly, if you feel like a challenge, you can try out Black Legion’s two new mini-games.
Evolution: Battle for Utopia is available for free on the App Store.
My.com has unveiled Evolution: a hybrid base builder, base defense game, and RPG.
Players have access to both story missions and a player-versus-player mode, and will have to protect their base from hostile forces using a mixture of automated defenses and direct interaction (i.e. tapping on badguys). Combat, on the other hand, has a much larger emphasis on player interaction. Your character will fire automatically but you’ll have to swipe vertically in order to defend and pop out of cover, tap incoming grenades to deactivate them, swap between weapons manually, and activate consumable items like grenades and health packs.
Evolution is set to release in early April, and will be free to play.