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Description

The crazy troops return in this latest installment of the brand loved by literally millions across the globe.

You will need forward planning and good execution if you want to tackle the massive single-player campaign, deploying a variety of troops wisely whilst managing your resources carefully.

"Gaze upon its awesomeness" -- IGN

Next mission: Defend with armor and snipers, or maybe push ahead with tanks and artillery? You'll need to make good choices each time, but remember - you need to be reactive as well as proactive as no plan survives contact with the enemy.

"a highly polished, tightly packed turn-based strategy game that's a lot of fun to work through." -- Pocket Gamer

Core Features:
▶ Massive 60 mission campaign providing hours and hours of challlenge.
▶ High replayability with high scores per mission
▶ Difficulty settings (defaults to easy) for even more replayability
▶ Loads of unlockable and upgradable units
▶ Portrait and Landscape view - snaps on demand
▶ Full 3D terrain affects gameplay
▶ Hilarious graphics and sound effects
▶ No iap's, no adverts, no distractions. Pay once and play uninterrupted forever.

Great Little War Game 2 (GLWG2) is a turn-based combat strategy game, following on from the success of the original Great Little War Game. Apart from the brand new 60 mission campaign, other enhancements from the original include:

▶ Clearer displays with easier to use controls
▶ Portrait mode added (optional) for easier use on a phone
▶ Faster mission starts and replayable objectives
▶ Splash damage
▶ Blowy uppy buildings
▶ Lots of minor playability tweaks

If you've not played any of the Great Little War Games before, this is an ideal place to start. No prior knowledge is required and this is our most accessible version - just jump in and start blasting.

(If you have played our other games before, you might want to crank up the difficulty level as we've made this game more accessible by default than previous outings.)

What’s New

Version 1.5

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Recompiled for 64 bit.

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

syntheticvoid ,

GLWG2

I absolutely LOVED GLWG - bought all of the expansions and other IAPs... took part in the online multiplayer (which I usually stay far away from) and dumped hundreds of hours into the game. It was very easily one of my favorite TBS titles available in the AppStore.
When I saw on TouchArcade that a sequel was coming, I couldn't have been more psyched to get my hands on it - and I purchased this the moment it went live in my region.
However...
It was kind of disappointing. Everything was streamlined down to the point where it was hard to bring myself to click on the little icon sitting on my phone's home screen.
I will say that over the years it has grown on me a little bit, but I still can't say that I would recommend this to anyone who was a fan of the first GLWG.
I am giving it 3 stars because my youngest daughter had never played a turn-based strategy game in her life and I was hoping to introduce her to the genre - this wound up being the iOS game that I put on her phone.
It's a good game for people to check out if they're new to or are trying to get into the genre. But outside of that, it's just too barebones for most strategy fans.

If you were a fan of the first Great Little War Game, I'd FULLY recommend checking out Epic Little War Game. ELWG is, what I consider, the true spiritual successor/sequel that GLWG deserves.

Itzurboiskinnyquikpik ,

Good gameplay but some major things need to be fixed

So I can play this game on the iPhone 7 Plus but the one problem I have is how large the menu is and the settings. The settings when I access it I can’t edit out of the settings because the exit button is all the way down the bottom and only half of the settings menu is on my screen and I am talking about the upper half, and the only way I could exit out is that I have to reset the game. Also the menus kind of cut off on the edge you should get a cropping tool or resized tool to fix these problems because the menu and settings are too large for my phone to fit the whole thing inside so makes the gameplay less enjoyable with that bothering me. I hope Rubicon you see this so you can fix it and I will write a positive review about it, thank you.

Drkillr ,

Won't fit on screen

Gameplay is nice, but a couple of times I've had to close the app because I got stuck on the settings screen-the exit button is off screen somewhere and won't show. This is the case with the majority of menu screens. Sometimes text is overlaid on top of other text.

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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