Little Commander Apk Download

Monday, 25 February 2013, 9:57 | Android

In early 2013, another GREAT free apk for Android lovers available. Yes, it is Little Commandeer – WWII TD. I recommend download this apk and get the fun immediately. Before downloading this game, you might want to read my review about it.

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For you who haven’t know yet, Little Commander for android is a very fun game. Seems better to me than Field Runners AND it’s free. The setting/weapons are cool but at the core it’s still just a tower defense game. Graphics aren’t the best on a tablet but they serve their purpose. And I want to admit this: I downloaded this  Little Commander game at the wrong time of night! I even got only 3 hours for work. I really curious to play and I forgot the time. Brilliant game!

I must say I thought it would be like other TD gamesat first but this one had a more fun atmosphere to it. I played many TD games and this one is a keeper for sure. Simply I can say this is the best tower defense game I have ever play in my life.

In my conclusion, This game is fun and i love it! Run smoothly without problem and this is a must have. You will never get tired of this game.

In Google Play, the users give 4.7 rating (of 5.0) for this Little Commander Apk game. View the game right here : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.catstudio.littlesoldiers

Few Things You Must Know About Little Commander:

  • Support English, Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese
  • A tower defense game with a very special custom style: cute one!
  • Good for newbies. Not even complicated, it is quite simple but give a lot of fun!
  • Build your line of defense, lead your army, get the victory!

Visit the Little Commander Official Download Page on Google Play!

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