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  • Summary: Original Tactical Gameplay The grand daddy of turn based strategy games stays true to its classic gameplay; rewarding players who protect their units effectively while also maintaining a strong offense. Touch Command Control your army like never before! Touch screen control enables you to zip across the screen and select units with ease.

    A Newly Outfitted Platoon

    The best looking and best sounding version of Military Madness: Neo Nectaris is on iPhone and iPod touch. Upgraded visuals and an all new musical score provide a high fidelity tactical gaming experience!

    The Complete Package

    48 levels of blistering tactical gameplay!
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Feb 17, 2011
    80
    Military Madness: Neo Nectaris isn't much of a departure from the now 20-plus-year-old original game, but it holds up extremely well, especially with the new touch controls.
  2. Feb 17, 2011
    75
    Carves out a nice niche for itself on the iPhone, but there are better alternatives.
  3. Feb 17, 2011
    70
    Neo Nectaris could use a quickmatch style game mode as well, as right now all there are to play are various unrelated missions. You do not carry over your units from previous missions, nor is there much of a storyline.
  4. Feb 17, 2011
    70
    As a single-player game, it is quite good. The computer is a ruthless foe but you can outsmart it across the provided 48 stages. But the lack of multiplayer is a glaring omission on a platform that offers easy connectivity.
  5. Feb 17, 2011
    60
    If you're a hardcore turn based strategy gamer, you'll find something to enjoy here. Everyone else should be weary.
  6. Feb 17, 2011
    60
    A solid on-the-go effort, one that pays tribute to the TurboGrafx-16 games while delivering 40 plus missions of strategic touch-screen bliss. Still, this Madness needs the option to challenge a friend or see the entire map at once. That said, an update is in order.