Frontline Commando: D-Day
World War II third-person shooter game for mobile devices
Lead the spearhead charge against the Nazis in the Allied invasion of WWII. Do you have the gun fighting skills to eliminate the occupying forces and take France back from the brutal Third Reich? Frontline Commando: D-Day hands you the clothing of a WWII soldier, and you storm the beaches of Normandy, clear the trenches and liberate towns under Nazi control one by one. You will shoot your way through Normandy's countryside, and this game offers you the ultimate third-person shooter experience. The precise controls, destructible environments, advanced physics and full voice-overs all combine to shape a brilliant WWII re-creation game.
The mammoth single-player campaign mode will keep you busy for hundreds of hours. You have five separate campaigns, which in total, equate to 145 separate missions. These missions include the actual landings with Omaha, Juno, Utah, Sword and Gold. For the Allied Forces to advance, you need to throw grenades or blast a bazooka at intimidating tanks and cannons.
Frontline Commando: D-Day includes the classic weapons of WWII. For example, you have the classic Thomson machine gun, and you can call in artillery strikes against determined Nazi soldiers entrenched on the frontlines. While Frontline Commando: D-Day can be played for free, you can also pay real money if you want the extras. To avoid the risk, disable your in-app purchase system with the adjustment of your device settings. This game offers a lot of entertainment value, but it would have been better if they had left out the futuristic weapons. That has no place in a World War II game.
- Over 145 special missions and five campaigns to choose from
- Historic weapons available
- Re-creates many of the historic battles
- Experience all the emotion of the Second World War
- The futuristic weapons have no place in a WWII game
► Bug fixes and other improvements to game performance
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