As happened in the PC world, the first Total War to be released in Google’s operating system, has as themed medieval times in Japan, in which great families fought to dominate the island. Therefore, the company begins in the same way … will you plan to launch similar titles to those existing on the PC in the future? Lovers of strategy hope so, how can it be otherwise.
Adapted for touchscreen devices
One of the great novelties found in the arrival of Total War Battles: Shogun is that the control interface has been redesigned so that it can be used on touch devices in the best possible way. Access to different parts of the map or placing troops on it Strategy game in real time (RTS) is very simple and also intuitive. A great success for SEGA.
Other cool features are the total control of the economy of the faction being led (both to generate gold and to create available troops), maps based on hexagons for better control on touch screens and real-time confrontations in which all the troops deployed in the area are managed.
There is campaign-type gameplay, in which the maps are followed and the battles that appear must be won, and another battle type, in which only the chosen match is played. In either case, the 3D graphics nothing more than acceptable and fit perfectly with the Japanese setting.
The game can be played locally in six different scenarios or against an opponent using the Internet (in three different types of confrontation). It is now available on Google Play in this link, and its price is only € 3.99.