Frontline Commando: D-Day is a free commemorative World War II third person shooter game. The game incorporates historical facts into decently-realistic gameplay and altogether is pretty fun. There are a lot of guns to get from the store, but (of course!) they are mostly out of reach for you if you only use the currency awarded by playing the game. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay real money for the guns, which is absurd considering that you can play most of the game pretty well and sufficiently using only the guns that are unlocked during the gameplay. Sure, you may not grab every star (each mission is worth three stars, each star awarded for a specific goal in that mission), but you can still cruise through most of the game. D-Day features real video footage and photos and facts from the historically-accurate major campaigns. There are five major campaigns, each with around 20 missions and sub-missions in them, so there’s a lot to keep you busy. The campaigns are unlocked in chronological order and require a certain amount of stars to enter.
The gameplay is not bad for an iOS game. Some of the running and jumping looks funny, but the rest of the graphics are more than decent. It’s fun to play too, since the developers really make an effort to spice it up. For example, there’s not just man-to-man shooting, but also some tanks that need to be grenaded, standing guns that you may find, and other interesting things. There are a lot of things that cannot be used by a free player, but they don’t really matter in all honesty. If you would like, you can pay for medical kits, large explosives, and much more, but the game is fun enough without them. Frontline Commando: D-Day is a great game but tries a bit too hard to take your money. 8/10!
-TheAppEmperor *over and* out