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  • Summary: The development team behind Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War is working on a new WWII real-time strategy game. Company of Heroes lets you guide your troops across a variety of battlefields in Europe.
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  1. Sep 3, 2020
    A solid mobile port featuring the original's best single-player elements, and an excellent real-time tactical experience.
  2. Feb 25, 2020
    Overall, Company of Heroes on iPad is easily an essential purchase if you enjoy real time strategy games. While I didn’t enjoy this one as much as Rome: Total War because of the setting, there’s no denying the game quality and port quality here. Having played a lot with both interface options, I’m unsure if the non mobile focused control option will make it to iPhone. The command wheel definitely feels like a good fit for smaller screens. Feral Interactive have proved me wrong multiple times in the past so we will have to wait and see if it does show up on smaller screens in the future. At the asking price, Company of Heroes is an easy recommendation.
  3. Feb 25, 2020
    At worst, it’s a little bit fiddly during the busier scenes, though Feral does allow you to pause the action and distribute orders in bulk to minimise the frustration. Everything else gets our praise: the presentation is lovely, it runs without a hitch, and if we’re being perfectly honest we’re just happy to see a strategy game of this ilk on iPad, which too often goes criminally overlooked in the world of mobile gaming.
  4. We recommend the Company of Heroes iPad version to both those who want to experience nostalgia and new players who love this genre.
  5. Mar 12, 2020
    There are neat graphical details, with chunks of masonry blown off buildings by grenades or tank rounds, and your tiny soldiers will automatically dive to the ground when a machinegun opens up nearby. The base game also had some excellent DLC, which will hopefully make its way to this rock solid iPad port.
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  1. Mar 21, 2020
    A great game.
    Played on iPad Pro 11" it works like a charm: great RTS with good graphics. Well, on PC it was a 2006 game, and sure our new
    A great game.
    Played on iPad Pro 11" it works like a charm: great RTS with good graphics. Well, on PC it was a 2006 game, and sure our new iPad might do better, especially during the cut scenes... yet the action is perfect.
    This kind of games is exactly what the iPad is made for (in gaming area). Such as XCOM... where I hope sequels will be ported to iPad as well.
  2. Mar 27, 2020
    World war 2 Warhammer with catching spots and very evil KGB. It's funny and interesting.