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Apr
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If there is a parallel universe in which World War 2 didn't occur, I'd bet there are far fewer games there. Well, like it or not Hills of Glory 3D is a WWII-themed title that's part strategy and part "castle defense." On the upside, it's pretty enjoyable.

This is a follow up to the original Hills of Glory, but this time with a whole extra dimension. The graphics are clean and cartoon-y – it actually looks surprisingly good for only being a 49MB download. You're basically tasked with taking out enemy troops using a variety of weapons and abilities, but they are determined to destroy your bunker and go on to conquer Europe.

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Hills of Glory 3D is free to play, but that means in-app purchases are part of the deal. The more powerful weapons are in short supply and it costs money to buy more. You earn some in-game cash from playing, but real money will get you ahead faster. Such is mobile gaming these days, right?

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

  • kailera

    not available on desire x ?

    if this continue i'll have to resort to pirated version (yeah i know this is free, dunno which one to blame)

    • Ahmad Samhan

      not available for my Ray and X8, but it supports my GT-N7000. -___-

  • Andrew

    I was reading through that and thinking, "Hmmm, this looks pretty cool, if it's only a few bucks I think I'll buy it."

    Then I saw Free To Play, and immediately lost interest.

    • Fifth313ment

      I agree 100%, same thing happened to me. I got to the botom of the article and I was like skip! I would have paid anywhere from $1-5 for it too! I'm just not going to spend that every few hours or weeks.

  • primalxconvoy

    Iap? Buh-bye.

  • Pallav

    Does it need the location permission to possibly send an airstrike?