Gameloft’s Blitz Brigade now available on Google Play, Team Fortress 2 style FPS fun


Blitz Brigade Android banner

You can never have too many first-person-shooters and for those of you that prefer to take your gaming on the road, you might wanna take a look at Gameloft’s latest title, Blitz Brigade. The game pays homage to the online multiplayer FPS Team Fortress 2 featuring cartoony styled visuals, a stark contrast to grittier titles like Shadowgun or Dead Trigger.

Blitz Brigade Android Google Play

Choose a team — either Axis or Allies — and one of 5 classes: Solider, Gunner, Medic, Sniper or Stealth. From there, you can select 2 different gameplay modes, either deathmatch (kill everyone) or Domination where your team will have to control the battlefield for the longest amount of time. Up to 12 players can shoot it out online but if single player is more your speed, there’s also 120 training missions to embark on. With over 100 weapons and 3 different vehicles to man in combat, we’re sure there wont ever be a dull moment.

I’ve just downloaded Blitz Brigade onto my HTC One and will report back in the comments with the results. Let me know how you guys like it as well. You can download Blitz Brigade for Android via the Google Play Store link below.

[Download Blitz Brigade on Google Play]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Gameloft = Unoriginal.

    1. Well if Gameloft doesn’t copy games will you be able to play team fortress on an android device?

      1. I rather not play the game then give money to Gameloft. Activison is nothing compared to gameloft.

      2. What does that have to do with my statement?

  2. i hate gameloft, i refuse to play their games

    1. I hate them too, all about the money, but they do seem to make some good games.

      1. I think you mean: “good _looking_ games” and not “good games”. If their games were actually good; they wouldn’t be asking money all the time and I’d play them.

        1. Don’t worry, I’ve only downloaded one of their games. I usually avoid them because they look like rip offs of big time games.

  3. I like Gameloft.

  4. gameloft… bah… another game that “runs when phone starts”… and then people start to complain why it takes so long to boot up their phone…

  5. Not compatible gs4

    1. More like not enough of space ROFL!

      1. 32gb is enough for me……Yo face ROFL

    2. Update: problem solved

  6. cool

  7. >I’ve just downloaded Blitz Brigade onto my HTC One and will report back in the comments with the results.

  8. The IAPs aren’t that intrusive as you get a fair amount of gold for winning, you get a little even if you lose, and everything except the upgrades can be bought with gold (the guns are good without any upgrades), and the repairs on the guns cost next to nothing, and there is no timers anywhere in the game. I would call this a good free-to-play game. This is the first free-to-play gameloft game I’ll be keeping on my device.

  9. Chris, I want your job!

  10. AppsGoer Review for this game

  11. i haven’t even read about it but im guessin it’s RIDDLED with iaps. Damn bastards.

  12. 1.3G of freemium!!

  13. Doesnt work, says always failed to connect to server for few days. My internet is just fine. Its theyre fault! :( If thats not theyre fault how to fix this sh1t?

  14. cool so far

  15. This looks a lot like Battlefield Heroes?

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