Gone are the days when games for Apple-branded devices were limited to plain, simple games that are without a level of excitement and fun.
If anything, the fact that iDevice users are more inclined to download and install games in iPhones and iPads (as detailed in a previous post) stands by this fact, with countless games available in App Store/iTunes.
Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol would be one good example as an outstanding game title for the iOS mobile platform.
Developed by 2K Games, Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol brings new meaning to the concept of aerial combat game titles, working on a turn-based gameplay concept.
Available for free, the title is essentially a WWI aerial combat game, one which offers four different campaigns (the British campaign being available in the free version), sure to test the strategy-game capabilities of players.
Players can upgrade their fighters through the course and progress of a campaign, just as the game offers in-game bonuses, nifty advance points and more.
With an impressive graphics-factor, it’s easy to immerse oneself in the world of Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol, testing not only one’s strategy playing skills but also one’s dogfighting abilities.
Banded as an aerial combat game with a twist, 2K Games doesn’t dilly dally about in the overall offering that is Sid Meier’s Air Combat. Optimized for the iPhone 5, the title is also compatible with iPads running on iOS 5.1 or higher, just as iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S can run the game.