iOS – Endless War – Review

Most wars seem endless and Endless War is no exception, just a whole lot more fun than most.




Developer: Omnitel Inc
Price: FREE
Version: 1.2.0
Released/Updated: April 19, 2012
Size: 42.8 MB
Rated: 4+

Our Ratings

Graphics/Sound: 4/5
User Interface: 4/5
Gameplay: 4/5
Re-use/re-play value: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4/5


What Is It?



It’s a vertical space shooter game that’s incredibly addictive with excellent game play.

Is It Easy To Use?



Yes, very, once you have downloaded Endless War you’re ready to fight. You get to choose from three different ships to start and select a difficulty setting. It’s packed with excellent graphics and sounds and there are tons of options to choose from. Such as upgrading your ship, upgrading or changing weapons and defenses. There are fifteen planets to conquer and each planet has its own individual challenges. The alien inhabitants are determined to stop you, the human invader and will employ as many technical and tactical advantages they can. You pick up coins in Endless War whether you win or fail at a level, you can use these coins to upgrade your ship and weapons.

Once we started advancing through the game we really fell in love with the Wave gun but there’s such a huge choice of weapons that you’re really spoilt for choice, there’s something for everyone.

Although this is a vertical shooter, we would like to see the option of being able to use it in landscape mode too. We’d also like the enemy ships to speed up, on some levels or parts of levels we found ourselves getting a little frustrated waiting for the aliens to appear before we could blow them up. This is a minor niggle and could quite easily be speeded up in a future upgrade.

Is It Fun?



Yes, this game is excellent fun, in fact we had a job putting it down once we started playing it.

Is It Pretty?



Yes, the graphics are very good and the ships details excellent.

Should You Download It?



Is the Pope catholic?!! Of course you should download it, this app only went free two days ago, so there’s no excuse now, not that you ever really needed one, enjoy.

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