Turn based zombie slaying, racing with big guns and location based gang wars are where itâ€™s at this week.Â Tactical Soldier â€“ Undead Uprising (TMA Review) turns zombie hunting into a thinking manâ€™s game, which makes it different than just about any other undead simulation around.Â Death Rally brings the big guns back to overhead track racing, and youâ€™ll get to go head to head with the likes of Duke Nukem (while heâ€™s waiting Forever for his own game again).Â For the rebellious socialite thereâ€™s Mob Empire, a game that lets you check in to real world locations to use as your territorial bases of operation as you conquer the world.
The world is sometimes a very strange place. Not long ago,Â I remarked in my review of Hunters: Episode One (TMA Review) that the App Store was suspiciously devoid of Tactical Strategy Games. And in the space of a few weeks Iâ€™m writing another review of such a game:Â Tactical Soldier – Undead Rising. Born out of a strange marriage of classic top-down party RPGs and Strategy Games, this unique genre for the true masters of tactical planning has long been a favourite of PC gamers around the world. Being excellently suited for iDevice portable gaming, Iâ€™m glad that it is gaining traction on the platform.