Ever since the App Store started running, there has not been very good shooting apps out there. Until now. The new game, Brothers in Arms: Hours of Heroes is an amazing game that is based off of the Brothers in Arms games that came out for the Wii and the Xbox 360. When you play this game, you are a soldier who is fighting in World War 2 against the Nazis. In the game there are many missions that you have to complete. During these missions, you learn how to do certain things and you get a chance to fire a multitude of different guns. Once you have completed all of the missions, you can replay them but on a harder level. This makes this game longer-lasting and fun.
There are many things that I really like about this game. The graphics of this game really amazed me as soon as I turned started Brothers in Arms: Hours of Heroes. I was expecting something slow and stupid like a related app that came out called Cube. This app was the exact opposite. It smoothly flowed and there were no sudden jerks of the screen and there was none of that “please wait. . . .loading" junk during game play to slow you down. I was very impressed at the smoothness of this game. The graphics of the actual people are also very good for being on something as small as the iPod Touch and iPhone. Again, I was impressed. What is really good about this app is the way it is designed so people can control their character easily. I am not a true gamer, but I was able to pick this app up and make it look like I knew what I was doing. The controls were very good. One cool thing about the iPod Touch and iPhone version of Brothers in Arms is that when somebody wants to look through their scope on their gun, all they have to do is put two fingers on the screen and then spread them apart. It works just like zooming in on a picture on the iPod Touch and iPhone. This game is pretty darn amazing for a game that’s made for something small as an iPod Touch.
There are also a couple of things about this game that might not make people too happy. One of those things is that this game has a limited number of levels and if you’re a person who likes to play til’ you drop, this game may only last you a couple of hours at the least. But updates for this game are coming out and one of those updates might have some extra levels which is another good reason to get this game. Another thing that might be found disappointing is the graphics when car or a tank is being driven. It’s like driving a very poorly looking box that jerks around and that is hard to control. This bad thing could also have an effect on a gamer’s performance when playing.
Brothers in Arms: Hours of Heroes is a great game to get for the iPod Touch and iPhone. It’s graphics are good and the actual game play is very smooth. You can get this great game in the App Store for $7.99. I would rate this game 9.5 out of 10.
Iphone App reviews: Brothers in Arms shooting game