OUT NOW – Russian Front

Russian Front is a brand new WWII-themed strategy game for PC, Mac and Kindle Fire HD. Russian Front has been jointly developed by Electric Rune and HexWar and is released by Hunted Cow. The company is promising an iPad version of the game will be released in October 2014. Russian Front is Hunted Cow’s most ambitious... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Tank Battle: East Front 1941

Hunted Cow has established itself as an expert in the online role-playing game market and is now doing the same in the mobile strategy genre. The company's latest release is Tank Battle: East Front 1941.  It's another title created in collaboration with strategy specialists HexWar and marks the studio's first collaboration with  Lordz Games Studio, the company behind Panzer... Continue Reading →

Cobra Releases Huge iBomber Attack Update

Cobra's latest title in the hugely successful iBomber franchise is the top-down, dual-stick blitzkrieg-em-up, iBomber Attack.  The game appeared on the Apple App Store at the end of last year.  It's attracted a swarm of positive reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 on iTunes. Now Cobra has let slip the... Continue Reading →

Hunted Cow Releases Sequel To Best-Selling WWII Tank Game

Hunted Cow, the development studio and publisher based in Elgin, Scotland, has released it's latest title for Apple iOS devices.  Tank Battle: North Africa is the sequel to Tank Battle: 1944 which hit the app store in March last year. Tank Battle: North Africa is a hex-based, turn-based strategy game, in which the player takes... Continue Reading →

iBomber Attack – New From Cobra

Cobra's iBomber franchise is has achieved many glorious - and bloody - victories in recent years.  From the original iBomber, to the tower defence blitzkrieg of the iBomber Defense titles, the series has gone from strength to strength, impressing players with their simple, intuitive controls and the sheer amount of stuff you get to blow... Continue Reading →

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