An iOS version of the game, which was built specifically for mobile devices, launched last month for the same price. The game allows players to switch between a traditional first-person shooter view and a top-down strategic view so they can alternate between directing their squad and controlling individual soldiers. Strike Team features a single-player campaign mode and a survival mode, and players will lead a U.S. Joint Special Operations Team to save the country after it gets involved in a war with an unknown enemy.
The iOS version is available for the iPhone 4S or higher, iPad Mini, iPad 2, iPad third generation and higher and fifth generation iPod Touch. Android users will need to have Android version 2.0.1 or above.
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