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  • Summary: Food Fight iOS makes mobile gaming tasty!In Food Fight iOS players recruit fighting entrees and side dishes to build a battling meal for the ultimate food fight. Choose delicious and deadly entrees that will devour the competition; enlist Major Weiner and Private Pancake to team up with Mean Burrito, fortify your troops with side dishes and condiments and prepare to do battle; but beware! That sound you hear might be the Dog! And the Dog is always hungry... Food Fight iOS brings the original card game to life and featuring the original’s Draft mechanic. Food Fight iOS also presents a quicker Boot Camp mode and an innovative, iOS specific, Campaign Mode. Play against others online or via hot-seat, or against the AI in offline mode.The epic Campaign Mode let’s you battle across the land, defeating the Snack King Mascots in order to build your ultimate End Game Army. Your End Game Army had better be delicious, as you’ll soon face the dreaded Disposalor in the Under Whirled in the final battles for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.Play Offline•1-4 players•Hot-seat versus 1-3 others•Versus 1-3 AI players•Campaign ModePlay Online•2-4 players•Asynchronous play•Find and create online games•Player Profile to track your recordFeatures•Instructional tutorial•Maintain and save multiple games•Boot Camp and Draft Modes•Game Center achievements in offline (non-campaign) modeFind us on Facebook and Twitter. Expand
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  1. Feb 11, 2012
    Food Fight isn't a very deep game. It's really just War with a little something extra sprinkled on top. Not nearly as deep as Ascension is, but it's sort of unfair to compare them directly. Playdek has done a fantastic job bringing the game to the mobile devices. And while it won't be my go-to game anytime soon, this is definitely the sort of title I'll revisit every once in a while to grab a game or two.