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Monday, June 4, 2012

4 War-Related Apps

If you are interested in war, or if you love playing war games, you will want to download these four apps. From taking virtual tours of Gettysburg to battling nuclear enemies in 2020, these four apps are sure to entertain any war game enthusiast while also providing some history on real events.

1. Modern War

If you love going on missions, then ModernWar is the app for you. The purpose of the game is to become the most powerful war commander and use your powers to take over the world. Throughout the game, you need to build your base, complete specific missions and battle others in order to be named victor.

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This image was selected as a picture of the week on the Malay Wikipedia for the 44th week, 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Modern War contains a ton of great features. The visual effects and animations are provided in Retina graphics, which provides a lifelike feel. You also have the option to choose which country you battle.
With over 100 units located on the ground or in the air or sea, you can easily set up your team for victory. You can invite other people to help make your military stronger, and you can even use your base to collect money.

While in war, you can build power plants, bunkers and factories, and you also have the ability to bomb the bunkers and takes of your enemies.

Since Modern War contains over 300 missions, you can spend hours on the game without ever becoming bored.

2. World War

WorldWar occurs in the year 2020 after a nuclear war breaks out, removing most of the world's countries. Due to the war, five countries have risen to power, and you can choose which power you want to be.

At the beginning of the game, you start off as a general and continue to work your way up the ranks until you are dominating everyone else. Throughout the game, you can play by yourself or with other players. Build up your military with water, ground and air units. By allying with others, your military becomes stronger, giving you the edge in becoming THE dominant source.

Modern Warfare 2
Modern Warfare 2 (Photo credit: dr.chesed)

3. Gettysburg Battle

Ever wanted to take a walk through Gettysburg and learn more about the battles that took place there? Now you can, with the GettysburgBattle app. With this app, you can tour the locations of the Devils' Den & Little Round Top Battle. View historical sites, walk where battles took place and see detailed maps of where the units were positioned. If you're having trouble viewing something on screen, you can use your fingers to zoom in and out.

By clicking on signage throughout the app, you will be transferred to a great deal of historical information and videos. There is even a battlefield challenge to help you  learn more about the location. 

4. Nations at War

The purpose of NationsatWar is to save your nation from the war. A World War has broken out, and five countries have risen to power. Use your allied forces to tackle missions. Build alliances and recruit others soldiers in order to have the biggest and most talented army on the block.

Through Nations at War, you can battle other players live, and you are constantly provided with new battles, buildings and arsenal. If you need help along the way, you can always consult your Chief for advice.

Philip Jones works with new robotics technology and enjoys freelance writing in his spare time.  He often covers a variety of topics including technology and social media.

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