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App description: Storage Warfare is headed to the beach!
Its summer time, and The Storage Warfare crew is headed to beautiful Jersey Beach!

The action continues in this new installment of the Storage Warfare series! 50+ new units await you, along with several new items, which can only be found in Jersey Beach storage units.

A new rival also awaits you! Nick, a Jersey native, who brings large amounts of cash in his swim trunks. Can you out bid, out smart and defeat him in Storage Warfare?

Have you ever heard of a Storage Auction? Well Storage Auctions are modern day treasure hunts. In Storage Warfare: Jersey Beach, you attend storage auctions and your goal is to locate the treasures buried within the storage units, and then turn a profit!

The only weapon you have in Storage Warfare: Jersey Beach is your cash. The more cash you have, the more deadly you become.

In Storage Warfare: Jersey Beach, you have 4 main competitors who will do whatever it takes for them to get to the treasure and leave you with the trash. They will outbid you every chance they get, or they may just run the price up on you to make sure you won't be able to turn a profit. You have you use a close eye on what is in each unit, to make sure that you can outsmart your opponents and only bid on units that will be profitable.

In Storage Warfare, the auction season is 6 months long. Once you have attended the last auction, the total cash you have left in your bank account is your final score. That score is submitted to the leader boards. That is where you can see how good of a storage unit buyer you really are.

Outbid, Outsmart and Defeat your opponents in Storage Warfare: Jersey Beach.
08-05-2012, 12:08 PM
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: California, USA
Posts: 4,946
Love the shows and am aptly addicted. I'll wait to see what oters say before getting this. Kinda skeptical as a game to me.
08-05-2012, 03:10 PM
Joined: Oct 2010
Location: Minneapolis, USA
Posts: 3,654
Likewise, here. I love the apparent premise of the game, but I'm all sorts of curious how well this translates into a mobile gaming format, and how well any challenge and replayability scales up beyond a first or second run-through. Will hope to read anyone's impressions.