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Iron Wars return with an update for the most compelling fight offering players to challenge up to 6 friends to multiplayer battles on a variety of nine carefully detailed maps in 3 different modes available in Campaign (Death match, Team death match, Domination). Now players have a possibility to connect locally via Bluetooth or go online with Wi-Fi to combat friends all over the world.

The gameplay is enhanced with an RPG-style progression and power-ups in the form of weapons, health and armor that can be found scattered throughout the maps or purchased from built-in store. The wide variety of weaponry, from pistol and shotgun to plasma gun and rocket launcher, keeps the game interesting and the combat varied. Designed with a smooth 3D environment, the game delivers non-stop action with dazzling visuals and intuitive touch-screen controls. Iron Wars breathe new life into a third-person shooter and is perfect for both casual gamers and hardcore gun nuts.
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