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Free-to-play, action packed Evolution: Battle for Utopia blazes on iOS

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Mobile games have come a long way in recent years and now some gaming apps rival in quality and technical brilliance even some of the console titles. Evolution: Battle for Utopia, recently released by is one of the newest gems to hit the Apple Store. Its engrossing story, polish and unique variety of gameplay has gained the game fast success and interest.

Evolution: Battle for Utopia is a mixture of RTS and RPG with a unique variety of gameplay elements woven into an unforgettable story that boasts one of the largest in-game worlds in App Store history. You start off as a soldier who crash-lands on an alien planet filed with hostile creatures. With your robot dog in toe, your mission is to explore, chart, and uncover the secrets of Utopia, and most importantly, survive against its unwelcoming inhabitants.

In the game, players engage in real-time battles using a unique combat system that allows players to target and respond to enemy movements. In addition, they are able to dive deep into the game’s immersive storyline and encounter dozens of complex and identifiable characters, all while discovering what truly lies beneath the ashes of a ruined planet.

Evolution: Battle for Utopia is described as one of the “most expansive and action-packed worlds” available on mobile devices. From the first look of the game, I have to agree with the assessment.


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