a strategic-puzzle game that places you on a range of challenging, classified military missions. Armed with rocket missiles, bullets, bricks and pick axes, you must build fortification, explode bombs, and plan routes to escape safely
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Description: Little Soldiers is a mind bending, strategic-puzzle game that places you and your compatriots on a range of challenging, classified military missions. Armed with rocket missiles, bullets, building materials, pick axes, and your own mind muscle strength, you must build carefully placed fortification, explode bombs, plan cautiously thought out routes in order to proceed safely to your desired escape areas. You'll have to perfect your teamwork skills and decision making because it is a matter of life or death for you and your fellow soldiers. Some very tricky situations will force you to be on your toes and to think strategically. Stay completely focused on your goal. You will be briefed at the beginning of each mission and will then follow your orders to complete your given task.
¥ 8 FREE levels
¥ 36 levels in the full version
¥ In-game Tutorial
¥ Excellent graphics (OpenGL)
¥ 4 original soundtracks
¥ challenging, fun puzzles that will give your mind a workout
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