The games of the week for this long San Juan weekend

XCOM: Enemy Unkown

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour

El shooter por excelencia de la App Store ha recibido una gran actualización como os contamos esta semana. Incluye tres nuevos mapas con nuevas armas y una nueva especialización junto a dos nuevos modos y otras mejoras en general.

The games of the week for this long San Juan weekend
The games of the week for this long San Juan weekend

Por eso vale la pena echarle un ojo si es que aún no lo tienes instalado. Su modo multijugador online es el que hace valer su precio, sin duda. La única pega es que dependeremos de que los servidores de Gameloft funcionen para poder jugar.

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This week it’s time to rest but also to have some fun. That’s why we’re bringing you a selection of three must-have games for both your iDevices and your Mac. We’ll start with the XCOM saga that lands on iOS for the first time, followed by the Modern Combat update and finally Max Payne 3, new to OS X. Feel like playing?

Will you be lucky enough to enjoy a slightly longer weekend? Well, in Applesupportphonenumber we want to entertain you these days with the games we show you today. You already know that our mission is to ruin your productivity, although now it’s time for a vacation if you’ve already finished your exams and it’s time to relax. Let’s start.

XCOM: Enemy Unkown

No doubt the game of the week and the month. XCOM is the turn-based tactical video game series available until now only for Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, also for OS X and now on iOS. The game has lost nothing of its big brothers.

We are in the not too distant future with an alien invasion. Capturing an elite paramilitary team called XCOM you will have the mission to defend the Earth. You will have the power over the troops on the ground with a series of commands based as we have said in turns and above all in strategy and tactics.

If you like turn-based games you’re going to literally love this one, we can’t wait to get our hands on it so we can tell you about the experience first hand as the controls have logically been optimised for the touch screens of our iDevices and the price – 17.99 euros – is not what we’re used to seeing on the App Store.

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