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Dec 27, 2012 | 12:32 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 28, 2012

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Cobra Squad is currently being attacked by massive troops in its mission in Iraq. Play nine missions in Colombia, North Korea, Angola, Afghanistan, Argentina, Libya, Syria, and China. Can you rescue them from the enemy's attacks?

Controls: Use mouse only to control.

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IgyzoneIgyzone

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Technically speaking, this is a very good game. Instead of units control, you only place them and hope for the best. You will certainly die soon if you don't by anything. So the point of this game is decision making and not willing killing. It has a lot of things you can spend on so choose wisely, beacuse buying things for your units is the only way they will survive. Hiring recruits, buying weapons, items and power ups are your choice of survival. After all, this a a soild more or less turn based strategy game.


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skippy439skippy439

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Second wave all but 2 of my guys die.

Level of excitement to play rest of game = NONE!

Search for new recruits, have to spend alot of time searching as you don't want anything less than perfection (or as close as you can get). Interest in game gone.



omnijackomnijack

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not the most interesting game, but the music was amazing. what was it?



anton-raadscheldersanton-raadschelders

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Lol daily second place. Well I didn't know people like repetive lame boring games that ain't much better than the prequel.
Well at least I can say I doesn't deserve that place, and there are way more enjoyable games on the homepage.



GretchGretch

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Well, this was an interesting ten minutes spent on a game.

Overall, the gameplay in my mind only sticks out as repetition. Place troops, pray they kill everything, buy better gear, repeat for every wave. Repetition doesn't necessarily mean a bad game, but the fact that there really isn't anything new introduced through the game as far as I can tell, and that everything's available since the first time you get the buy menu, it really takes away appeal.

If there was any way to have any influence over your troops, or hell, if you could even tell somehow what troops were going to come, that would make it a bit better, but as it stands, the game feels completely out of my control. I feel more like I'm setting the rules for the game, and then the game just plays itself.

Maybe I haven't given it enough time, but the way this game has played out so far, I have no interest in continuing.


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