Mecho Wars gets massive free update for iPhone

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 14 July 2009 23:11 GMT

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Luc Bernard’s Mecho Wars on iPhone got a massive free update to the game yesterday.

The patch for the real-time strategy game adds info tiles for each piece that can be brought up by tapping on a character, which in turn tells gamers the movements, attack range, strengths, and weaknesses of other unit classes.

Two maps were also included for the story-free challenge mode, which you can only access once the game has been beaten, along with a new single-player campaign played from the Landian point of view.

Via Kotaku.

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