Written by Jaymes Carter
Developer Double Eleven and indie game developers Mode 7, have returned towards the scene having a follow-up to the immensely popular game Frozen Synapse. The newly available Frozen Synapse Prime, brings the same turn-based tactics that made Frozen Synapse a success for PC users many years ago. Now Android gamers have an chance to jump right into the action with Frozen Synapse Prime.
There were quite a few stuff that made the original game Frozen Synapse a hit. It had a great single-player campaign, multiplayer and skirmish mode. Rounding everything out, was an excellent soundtrack which was developed by nervous_testpilot (aka Paul Kilduff-Taylor), who is co-owner of Mode 7. Frozen Synapse is still obtainable in google’s Play Store for $2.99. However, with Frozen Synapse Prime, Mode 7 and Double Eleven make an enormous leap within the graphics department and action. It makes the field of Frozen Synapse Prime much more accessible, to individuals that enjoy playing action/tactical-strategy type games.
“Take around the role of Tactics, leading a little rebel faction to overthrow a powerful corporation manipulating the city of Markov Geist. Control an elite strike team of futuristic soldiers; from shotgunners and snipers, to grenadiers and machine-gunners in the ultimate turn-based strategy game. Plot paths and issue orders to your units, test your plans and predict your attacker in every turn. Combat plays on procedural, 3D destructible and customizable battlefields.” Double Eleven Limited
Frozen Synapse Prime Features:
– Rich single player campaign with 40+ challenging missions.
– Along with classic deathmatch, games involve protecting VIPS, rescuing hostages, infiltrating and controlling bases, or collecting items to score points.
If you like turn-based strategy games, then you have to check out Frozen Synapse Prime. We’ll have a review of the game once we have spent more time with the game. Based on some of the comments within the Play Store, this is one strategy game that you don’t want to miss. Like a side note, that has become pretty important to lots of gamers, this game has no in-app purchases. It can be downloaded within the Google Play Store for $4.99. At the moment, the game doesn’t appear to have multiplayer, we’ll determine whether that will be added. If multiplayer is your thing though, the game may also be downloaded for PC via Steam, where multiplayer is available.?
Frozen Synapse Prime (Playboard) | Frozen Synapse Prime (Play Store)