Check the power of your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch with 3D Benchmark, reproducing a massive battle in 3D.
Check if your device has the power that is expected from it.

In addition, with only one in app purchase you can play the benchmark, which is not usually allowed in a benchmark.
There are several levels with battles with hundreds of tanks, dozens of planes and helicopters,
anti-aircraft missile batteries, and jeep.
You can manage each unit individually or handle the battle from above as in classic strategy games. Do not miss it!

What’s New

Version 2.2.31

List with the score of other devices.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

5 stars💯 ,

Can't control anything

It needs easier control

mVis alrou ,

Artificial mess

Something is artificial about this “benchmark” as what is being displayed doesn’t equal to how the 2020 iPad Pro only scores 15 FPS. device doesn’t get warm in the slightest yet the performance is terrible even though the graphics are that of playstation 1 but some how even with lower resolution textures. There are many tanks shooting each other ( if had to guess 200 at most ) but the extremely low polygon count and lack of any lighting, geometric complexity, shadows, or really any graphic fidelity to make iPad Pro hurt this much is very suspicious. That and iPad Pro can run fortnight at 120 FPS locked ( granted on medium settings but it’s safe to say even mobile fortnight at 120fps is infinitely more demanding than this benchmark from 1996 ). I definitely wouldn’t trust the number I see as it’s got to be artificially throttled probably only uses 1 GPU and 1 CPU core when running.

XxX_G-8oMBa_XxX ,

Needs work

I know this game has lots of potential, but here's what it needs...

Controls- you can't do anything on the first level. The camera just stays at a fixed angle. I don't get it, is it like an intro?

FPS- I highly recommend you fix this issue to where it's at least 40fps for all devices.

Kicking out issue- whenever the benchmark battle is far from over, it kicks you out anyway

If you could do the following, I would be the happiest teen in the world! ☺️

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