Afterpulse - Elite Army for iOS
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Afterpulse - Elite Army

Oct 22, 2015
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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The Pulse has changed everything. The balance of power is unstable. World leaders are deploying elite squads and the time has come for you to enter the fray. Will you restore peace or ignite the largest armed conflict in history? Afterpulse is the next generation of online mobile shooters, perfectly designed for iOS. Every detail has been especially designed to take advantage of the mobile platform, capturing the essence of the console shooter. The result is over hundreds of hours of fun and intense gameplay powered by ultra-smooth and fully customizable touchscreen controls.

Gamer Reviews

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8.80
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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
7.64
Tom ChristiansenOct 30, 2015
I had refused to believe a game like this could succeed on mobile, but Afterpulse has proved me wrong. If you’ve been keeping your fingers crossed for a good shooter to play on your phone or tablet, uncross them and get to playing Afterpulse. Just be warned: if you’re unwilling to put in some money upfront for gear, you might find yourself at an initial disadvantage.
Nathan ReinauerNov 03, 2015
Afterpulse is yet another example of a mobile game that strips away all the fluffy extras and instead focuses on delivering a tight, fun experience that's perfect for on-the-go gaming. Unfortunately, it sometimes feels a bit too focused, as it really could do with one or two other gameplay types beyond simple deathmatches.
Noel CatherineMar 18, 2016
This game is definitely one of the very best shooting games you will find on a mobile platform. A lot of the stuff is similar to other games, but it is done much better. The visuals are superior, allowing you to take in beautiful details and really see the movements - which gives you a leg up on the game. The sounds are realistic but they aren't overdone. The controls are a bit difficult at first, but they really do work well. As with any visually dense game, this one is a bit on the larger side and it eats away at your battery.

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