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Wildly popular "tower offense" game Anomaly Warzone Earth HD is now available for a cool $4 in the Android Market. A long-time iOS staple, the title picked up quite a bit of industry buzz, including a nomination for best Mobile Strategy Game from IGN and a Platinum Award from PocketGamer, among other accolades. Unlike other tower defense games, Anomaly Warzone Earth HD takes a different approach: you are on the offense rather than the defense, and it's up to you to break down what other similar titles would have you build-- tower defense.

If you're the type to balk at a $4 pricetag, the immersive Story Campaign mode along with the top-notch graphics and sound will likely be enough of a justification. You'll need to be running at least Android 2.2 to play, and you'll likely be better off with a higher-spec'd phone that can handle the game's rather intensive graphics (the title can also be found on Xbox Live and PCs, an indication for just how rich the gameplay can get). As it just hit the Android Market yesterday we'll take a few more days to see what's what and get a proper review posted. Until then, you can hit the link below to grab a copy for yourself. 

Source: Anomalythegame.com

 
There are 9 comments

niuguy says:

I wish I'd seen some in game footage of Platoon one-four in action.

mickmel says:

Ease up on the tag links in posts. I thought I could get a link for more about the game, or a link to the market, or reviews from IGN or PocketGamer. No, no, no, no and no. All tag links. It looks so silly and it's quite frustrating for your readers...

montgoss says:

Seriously? 6 links in that paragraph and none of them actually lead to the game in the Market??

codiusprime says:

That's pretty hilarious.

NPTran23 says:

Yeah that's what I'm saying, here's the link everyone https://market.android.com/details?id=com.elevenbitstudios.AnomalyWarzon...

jdhas says:

Dear Android Central,

Can NPTran23 please get a cut of all of the adview revenue for this incredibly sorry excuse of an article?

Hugs and kisses,
The rest of the rational world

Sorry, folks. The app link and QR code got eaten -- we usually catch it when it does. 

Piquedram says:

seems it doesn't work on the galaxy nexus