App description: DIG FOR VICTORY! TRENCHES II wants you to join the fight! Wage a whole new war, as the Russians join the struggle. Fight an epic campaign through an expanded world map that now includes the entire Eastern Front. Engage the enemy in more realistic, treacherous battlefields with targeted artillery and troop orchestration.

The Great War has arrived and its time to take to the trenches again!

CHOOSE YOUR PATH TO VICTORY
Lead the troops through over 100 locations in a non-linear campaign - engaging in many of the most decisive and game-changing battles of the entire conflict. Customize your army with more than 20 different units. Win battles to earn Perk points and upgrade your offensive, defensive and support forces.

SURVIVE REALISTIC BATTLEFIELDS
Fight through the Fog of War, as you steer troops through trenches, wire, tank traps and landmines. Use the environment to flank the enemy or take cover.

MORE NATIONS JOIN THE FIGHT
Choose your allegiance and play as the British, Germans, French and now the Russians!

BRING IN THE CAVALRY!
Lead the charge with strategic placement of military units and weapons. Crush your enemies with flamethrowers, cluster bombs, rail guns, and the ultimate World War I vehicle the tank.

BATTLE IN MULTIPLE GAME MODES
Dominate your opponents online in Deathmatch, King of the Trench and more or go solo in a variety of Skirmish modes!

Fight the good fight! Enlist in TRENCHES II now!

Echoseven's comments:



02-27-2013, 11:55 PM
#11
Any game no matter how good it is is not worth a single play if it only works holding your iphone in 1 orientation. I refuse to take my iphone from its case to play a game, free or not. You should put in the description that you were to lazy to let the game play wether you hold your phone to the left or right
02-28-2013, 12:26 AM
#12
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Originally Posted by workingman View Post
Any game no matter how good it is is not worth a single play if it only works holding your iphone in 1 orientation...
I gotta say, man, that's a little extreme. I can't imagine why your case restricts the usable orientations of your phone, but that sounds like the weak link to me.

Edit: I'm usually too lazy for strategy, but I reckon I could post some impressions tomorrow, if people want.

Last edited by Chester_Copperpot; 02-28-2013 at 12:29 AM.

02-28-2013, 02:54 AM
#13
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
Posts: 6,310
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Originally Posted by workingman View Post
Any game no matter how good it is is not worth a single play if it only works holding your iphone in 1 orientation. I refuse to take my iphone from its case to play a game, free or not. You should put in the description that you were to lazy to let the game play wether you hold your phone to the left or right
If your to stubborn to turn your phone around you could always try standing on your head
02-28-2013, 07:43 AM
#14
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Originally Posted by oooooomonkey View Post
If your to stubborn to turn your phone around you could always try standing on your head
Lol. I use a wallet case.
02-28-2013, 09:13 AM
#15
Joined: Feb 2011
Location: New York State
Posts: 2,402
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Originally Posted by workingman View Post
Any game no matter how good it is is not worth a single play if it only works holding your iphone in 1 orientation. I refuse to take my iphone from its case to play a game, free or not. You should put in the description that you were to lazy to let the game play wether you hold your phone to the left or right
Even ignoring the case issue, I concur. It's a major pet peeve of mine and I can't think of one game that's survived more than a week on my devices if they don't allow me to hold my device how I want depending on whether I'm charging it, whether the charger is coming from my left or right, whether I'm currently using headphones (and what orientation that prompts depends on the device).

Apple has clearly made it very easy for games to detect orientation and switch since FTP shovelware cranked out by a 2nd world programmer in 2 days can manage it. A title previously published by a top tier publisher and independently supported for more than a year should certainly be able to handle it.

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03-01-2013, 02:52 PM
#16
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Originally Posted by juls363 View Post
Didn't this use to have voice chat?
It's gone?
Good riddance
03-01-2013, 04:44 PM
#17
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Originally Posted by C.Hannum View Post
Even ignoring the case issue, I concur. It's a major pet peeve of mine and I can't think of one game that's survived more than a week on my devices if they don't allow me to hold my device how I want depending on whether I'm charging it, whether the charger is coming from my left or right, whether I'm currently using headphones (and what orientation that prompts depends on the device).

Apple has clearly made it very easy for games to detect orientation and switch since FTP shovelware cranked out by a 2nd world programmer in 2 days can manage it. A title previously published by a top tier publisher and independently supported for more than a year should certainly be able to handle it.
I'm glad I'm not alone. Others would rather bash us for pointing it out instead of understanding that is and can be an issue
03-07-2013, 07:37 PM
#18
No flip

Having a Smart Cover for my ipad means I can't use it for this game. I hav to lay it down flat when I play it. I was hoping they would fix that in the re release but I guess not.

Plus I get in these situations in multiplayer and single player where the currency counter in the left side of the screen allows you to spawn more units keeps decreasing. Is this a bug or a game design. It keeps dropping even when I have units on the field. I wish there was a proper manual for this game

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