I don't care how good graphics get - mobile, console, or PC - there's something that I absolutely love about the old-school Nintendo feel. Perhaps the 8-bit look and feel reminds me of my childhood, or maybe because it's just so simplistic. Whatever the reason, throwback-style games like the newly-released Iron Crusade are always welcome on my devices.

There's no denying that Iron Crusade draws inspiration from the classics of yesteryear, albeit with a modern day twist. The game features turn-based gameplay, realistic physics, 22 levels, fully upgradable weapons and tanks, varying enemies and bosses with each level, 15 different achievements, and, my personal favorite: fully destructible environments.

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Feed your desire for old-school gameplay and destroying entire planets all at one time - what more could you ask you for?

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://twitter.com/superfes Aaron

    16bit anyway...

  • Marek Grochocki

    I would still love to get a Scorched Earth for Android. Less color more play.

    • Aaron Hutchinson

      Scorched Earth for Android would be epic. I would pay money for that game. As long as I have my flying tank, all is good.

    • ChumbleSpuzz

      Perhaps it would work in one of the DOSBox ports for Android. Spent hours playing back in the day

  • Wormin’

    Ok, why would i play a cheap-looking (haven't tried it) worms clone when there's a full fledged very good worms game for android?

  • zxcvb2

    this is scorched earth