/The Heroes company iPhone app is now available

The Heroes company iPhone app is now available

As expected, the Heroes company iPhone app is now available. This is after the release of the iPad version earlier this year.

The WWII strategy game runs on the iPhone 6S and beyond …

The price of the app includes all subsequent downloadable content. 13.99. This includes additional missions and maps. Always an iPhone app like Feral Games is free if you already own an iPad. A separate Android version is available for the selected smartphone.

Ferral Interactive says that Heroes of Company is a fast-paced tactical war game, and that it trusts the original desktop without compromising on adapting the mobile screen to the small screen.

Heroes of Company is a critically acclaimed and enduring popular World War II game that redefines real-time strategy with its fast-paced campaign, dynamic combat environment, and advanced combination of advanced squad-based tactics.

Give command of the two crack agencies of the American army and direct an intense campaign in the European Theaters of Operations, starting with the D-Day attack on Normandy.

Optimized for tablets and iPads, Heroes’ organization features an intuitive user interface for quick implementation of advanced real-time strategies in the heat of battle.

Direct troops of the U.S. military against the mighty German Wehmart through 15 critical missions based on some of the most challenging battles of World War II.

The destructive environment allows you to use the battlefield to your best advantage.

Heroes of Company Hall offers players an epic WWII campaign, featuring intense squad-based battles with gameplay that lead to Normandy’s liberation from D-Day landings. Designed for phones, this version of the game allows mobile gamers to manage all activities from an interface suitable for a touch of control.

Heroes’ company bought the iPhone app from the App Store for. 13.99. Watch the trailer below.

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