The Cold War is decided when ‘80s era action toys come alive and wage war! Toy Soldiers: Cold War blends intense first person combat with addictive action strategy, whether you’re scrapping solo or jumping into the fray with friends. Battle in campaign, competitive, co-op modes or fight for the highest score in mini-games!
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Probably the most played games belong to the shooter genre in some way, and we totally get that; you can play online if you’re really competitive, or you can check out the story in the single player. Also, there are third and first person shooter games, so there’s little bit of action for everyone!
This genre let you play through fictional situations in a semi-realistic way. In other words, you can experience certain aspects of life you often currently can’t, all within the borders of a game. Some always wanted to construct huge buildings, or flirt with dozens of girls and others always dreamt of being a goat.
This genre is perfect for people who like to dress up as Napoleon on parties, for the ones that use skilful thinking and planning to achieve victory in on -and offline battles. You usually have two subgenres: Real-time, where you’ll need to think fast, and turn-based, where you take turns for every move.