Mobile Strike

Mobile Strike

By Epic War LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-11-11
  • Current Version:
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 271.40 MB
  • Developer: Epic War LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 4,509 Reviews)
  • Price:
Mobile Strike App Ratings: 3.5
Total 4,509 Reviews

Mobile Strike App Description

Mobile Strike is an exciting new action game of modern war that lets you build a base, control the action, and train elite troops to fight against enemies on the battlefield! Unlock cutting-edge assault vehicles, command powerful armies, and put your tactical mind to test against opponents across the globe in this worldwide MMO game! - Join millions of players from around the world - Build & customize an elite military base for defensive strength or offensive might - Use tanks, helicopters, and modern military units to blitz your enemies - Claim the title of Head of State to grant protections to your allies, and obstacles to your enemies! - Upgrade buildings & walls to defend your perimeter - Train, level up, and supply your Commander with superior firepower - Command 16 types of troops with 4 lethal tiers - Clash with rival alliances & rule the world in the #1 modern war themed MMO Experience the rush of battle and conquest in the vast mulitplayer world of Mobile Strike. Join forces with powerful players to create global alliances and conquer enemy territories in the immersive world of Mobile Strike! Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Game Page:


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App Reviews

  • Poorly done

    By Libre temps
    Really lagging game. The in game ads I saw in my other mobile games hypes the game up too much. In reality, it's just another copy and paste of similar games such as kabam's kingdom of Camelot, which is so much better. In game winnings are not reflected accurately, messages don't open when pressed multiple times, and graphics are to be desired. And those are just issues I've seen after playing this game for a day.

    By JRC52
    No rating for this game played for several years and still at the same point of starting it. It takes a life TIME to build and if your not going to spend money you well not get anywhere with it the average cost is in the thousands to play and win at this game. Well not recommend this game to anyone. He/She who spends the most wins. Don’t know how they get away with it.
  • Greedy game developers

    By Speefreak
    I have been playing this game from the very start and have been very loyal to this game but enough is enough. I am done with this game for good
  • Good but…

    By Gabesz40
  • Don’t waste your money

    By Skinner30
    It’s a money hungry company, they want more and more and more money from you they pin you to buy a pack Inorder to advance in the game to me that’s messed up.
  • $$$

    By KyleH4171
    Nothing but another money hungry company
  • Controlled by more powerful clans and greedy devs

    By Jeff123468042167 is the Winner
    There is not much to say here its something like rust where the big guys in the game will dominate you and control everything except in this game the devs are greedy af.
  • Cheats

    By global glock
    Everyone just cheats, when you set up a base with hundreds of thousands of troops and defense. But somebody attacks you with one person and you lose..
  • Arnol Lee

    By Arnol lee
    Bonjour MS j’ai un problème je suis plus capable d’éliminer un Commandent de façon normale pouvez-vous régler mon problème s’il vous plaît merci je dans l’état de Paco et dans l’alliance THHA
  • No hate but not great in the slightest

    By ZCS_Lightning
    Well to start off, sprinkle covered 💩 is still 💩, you could wrap it in gold leaflets but that doesn't change the fact that its still a pile of 💩. Using Arnold doesn't mask the fact that this game is just another run-of-the-mill base builder in an oversaturated market. I first downloaded this game for a mobile game offer as many probably have. I tend to do a lot of those and I've probably done this one a couple times. What can I say, this game is just an ad simulator. Just rename it to Ad Spammer because every time I've logged in, I get barraged by ads to buy freemium currency. No, I will not spend money like some reviewers have. It boggles my mind how people actually think this is something "great and fun to play". I'm not a very picky mobile gamer, I'll play damn near everything, I have seen my fair share of great and mediocre/terrible games, plus I'm guilty of spending money on other mobile games. But THIS GAME? You have a job and you choose to spend money on THIS? You're free to use your money however you please but seriously, stop and think, is THIS really worth what some other reviewers have supposedly spent on this game? If you do, go ahead. I'm not your mother, I'm not even a mother, or a father. But to spend money on this and review it as "good" or "fun to play". You have GOT TO BE KIDDING ME. How terrible of a taste in games does one have to be to say that? I could smell this game from a mile away! Are people's taste in games just that shallow that THIS is considered "fun"? I get that mobile games aren't triple A PC/Console games that require a bit of dedication but THIS GAME? Do you also go to terribly rated restaurants just to get a kick out of it? Judging by a lot of other negative reviews, they seem to be really money hungry in the worst ways possible. I really don't have much to say about those other than I agree. Don't spend money on this game. Don't need a degree to come to that conclusion. Literally anyone with a brain would come to that conclusion. Actual gameplay....well....its not the first game to do the whole "build a base and run an army" concept. Maybe the most heavily advertised with prominent real life figures, but aside from that....hundreds of other games just like this. FF15: A New Empire, Lords Mobile, Clash of Kings, Game of War, Total Domination series, I could probably go on. These are all games I've played by the way, I'm not just grabbing at examples, I've played these games myself. One thing they've all had in common is a cluster of ads, more ads, and a clustered UI (User Interface) that is annoying to look at and navigate. Not once have I logged in and not gotten barraged by offers to buy the latest and greatest freemium currency pack for a discount. Discount this, discount that. Come on, I'm not new to the mobile game market. In a few days time, you'll have another "better" discount. Repeating cycle. Also as some have said, after a while, you'll need to spend more to keep up with the other crazier players who spend money to continue being on top of the rest. Its a never ending cycle of crazy players spending their life savings on this to keep being king, only to be topped by someone else who is crazier and richer than them. This game is not only an ad simulator, but a flex simulator. HEY LOOK I SPENT $_____ ON THIS GAME AND I'M ON THE LEADERBOARDS. Some games require skill to get on the leaderboards. This game requires money instead. I love watching rigged boxing matches where you pay off the refs and judges and win because you bribed the refs and judges (sarcasm). This game is equivalent to Steam's Early Access program. Buy an uncompleted game in hopes that a pile of 💩 gets polished and turned into something halfway decent, only for the devs to abandon you and run off with the money, leaving you with an uncompleted or terrible product. Sure, some Early Access games come out great. But plenty of people abuse that system and pump out mediocre/terrible games just to take your money and leave. I've been on Steam long enough to see this stuff and have an idea of what the outcome is. Quick Disclaimer: Bare with me for a minute but, I could've sworn I wrote a review for this but apparently it "disappeared". I wrote it just yesterday and remembered submitting it. Odd how it seems to have disappeared huh? To future readers, you know what I'm hinting at. Anyways...time to rewrite and modify the lost review and keep that saved just in case this one "mysteriously disappears". I think it might've been removed by the Poo covered in sprinkles metaphor but I'm not certain. I didn't technically cuss unless saying "cr@p" (obviously "censored" it in this review) is considered cussing which I don't remember it ever being the case.