FRONTLINE COMMANDO: D-DAY 3.0.4 (Free Shopping)Glu
|Name||FRONTLINE COMMANDO: D-DAY|
|Version||3.0.4 (build 304)|
|MOD Features||Free Shopping|
FRONTLINE COMMANDO: D-DAY MOD APK is a first-person shooter from studio Glu (USA) that exploits World War II's theme. Get it here!
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Introduce about FRONTLINE COMMANDO: D-DAY
Live and fight like a brave soldier
Since receiving the mission, you become a real soldier
I will start talking about gameplay to illustrate the bright spot of Frontline Commando: D-Day game. Since your character appeared and followed the commander, taking on a mission to march with your teammates to land on the Normandy coast towards France, everything went incredibly fast, and you truly became a true soldier. The main missions are given in turn: destroy German infantry, explode tanks, shoot down planes, cross minefields, destroy enemies at close range, snipe from afar, move in the night. And this is exactly what a soldier should do in the real war.
All of these actions lie in a large 3-phase strategy:
- Open a campaign
- Attack the enemy military base
- Scout the enemy
Under the command of the commander, you and your teammates will go through each challenge. In each mission, there are always small situations that force you to make the most logical thinking, judge and understand the situation to make the right choices, such as calling for support, changing weapons, target approach. All, again, are also perfectly possible situations in the real war.
Fortunately for our army, through each challenge, you get ability and experience points, the weapons will be upgraded for the whole team. This is quite rare in real life.
One more fun when playing Frontline Commando: D-Day is that you, except for the basic combat capabilities of a soldier, can also combine a variety of weapons to exploit the destructive power in some situations or can exchange weapons with teammates when needed. And if you excel through the fight, you can become an important voice to the other team members, possibly intervening in strategy and preparing for the next mission.
In order to do all of the above, what skills does the soldier have? Our characters can move fast, slow, long-range eyesight in the night, the skills to avoid, hide, shoot from close range are all good, hold a gun, a knife, and grenade professionally. You should focus on the enemy, teammates and solve the given game situations, the character’s skills are very good.
Every detail are portrayed realistic, from images to sound
In addition to good combat, the character you are transforming also has a very cool appearance. The teammates are also not inferior in terms of look. Here, his figure in the color of a soldier’s shirt and a hat, placed in the midst of the desolate landscape, still could dampen any player. I’m kidding. Actually, I mean that the 3D graphics in the game, in my opinion, are extremely impressive. Few mobile games like this first-person shooter battlefield have been fully invested like this.
Every facial expression, smirking, smiles, sad and happy eyes, solid hand lifting a gun, the scene of smoke and bullets dying around the battlefield, or the faces of people suffering from casualties … all engraved realistic. All of the weapons, the combat infrastructure are also displayed in great detail.
In terms of sound, in shooter games the most important is the detail of sound. How can you still hear each sound of different weapons on a chaotic battlefield, every step of the enemy’s stalking … All with the sound of the background music being strong and soft enough to make the total in harmony.
Some reviews say that the game lacks the characters’ dialogue, so it lacks vitality. But in my opinion, this makes sense. So that you can focus on every dangerous detail in battle. Besides, in real life, fighting is exhausting. There is no mind to talk to screaming. Only commanding is enough.
Do war games make you violent?
I have time to wonder if I should play war games with so many violent elements like this? Will it make me violent? But after playing this Frontline Commando: D-Day (and then Frontline Commando: WW2), I realized this game genre gives me more than I thought. I understood more about the war, saw the battlefield’s trauma, and suddenly treasured the peace and the feeling of peace. I really feel lucky and grateful.