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Battle Gear All Defense 2

rated 3.13 / 5 stars
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Nov 21, 2014 | 7:10 AM EST

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Defense your position in 16 waves in this massive battle gear all defense! Use best army and watch enemy move!



Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This must have been back when flash games first started because this is so more basic than Legos.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Battle gear is pretty fun.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

stop wasting my time with crap

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not everyone is familiar with the different aspects of a military unit. Explanation of each (what the soldiers duty is (weapon and it's function), strengths, weaknesses, etc. would be a big plus. Otherwise, you're just putting soldiers on the field according to your budget No way to plan strategy. The game play isn't very accurate. I put some bazookas mid range, but they didn't fire until they saw the whites of their eyes.

I didn't realize, until it was too late, even the planes have to be put on a plate. Some action takes place off screen, so if your plane gets shot down, you don't see that.

Suggestions: (1) More explanation (as mentioned above) same goes for planes and tanks. (2) If enemy is killed off screen, make some kind of human noise. If a plane is shot down off screen, make an explosion sound or see part of a ball of fire, etc.(3) Make each weapon do what it's suppose to do. (4) Add, or make it optional, foxholes for the machine guns. Or maybe he can carry his foxhole with him. (5) Give the player some idea of what is coming so some strategy can be thought out. I put Foot Soldiers out and they were met with tanks. Not a good match. (6) Reduce the size of the planes. They don't have to take up the entire game field. I put one out and it started flying off before the next wave started. Unless they are sitting off screen some place.

Needs a lot of work for realistic game play.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty neat how you can actually make your own army, with plenty of different types to choose from, though there's really no information about each. No titles, strategies, pros/cons or anything... and once you pick one, there's no way to remove him without placing him on a plate. I like the game, but though the interface is definately elaborate and feature-filled the gameplay itself is rather limited. Also, no story? No missions? Not much motivation that way. Keep it going!


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