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Happy Wars Surprises the Xbox 360 Dashboard

Posted October 20, 2012 by Noxxic in News
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Xbox players got a wonderful surprise looking through the Game Marketplace if they had the curiosity to check out the newest arcade game, Happy Wars. This multiplayer, action game allows players to play a modern strategy game every time they want to queue with friends to take over castles or players can play in the offline single player mode as well. Going through the missions that Happy Wars has to offer is actually a bit more sensible than just jumping  in to the multiplayer and not knowing what is going on at all.

I have to be honest, in that when I first saw the picture for Happy Wars, I thought it was just another kid game in the marketplace that I had to ignore and move past along with the many that are already on there. However, when I took a moment to check it out, I saw that this just had the appropriate graphics for an arcade game and it’s actually rather addicting, and the strangest thing about this game was that the download was one hundred percent, completely free. The three classes that are playable in the middle of the battlefield are the warrior, who excels with a melee weapon in hand, the mage who uses high damaging spells to take out his foes, and the cleric, that heals his allies and controls his enemies to support his side of the fight.

This game is so underrated because it’s the perfect blend of strategy in that you need to make sure that where you’re building your towers makes sense and that the number of classes you have on your team is not wrong or over loaded so you can balance out what you need. Also, Happy Wars is hectic and fun in the fighting and has a bright future on the Dashboard.

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