Mobile Strike Online
Become an action hero like Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new game of modern war – Mobile Strike Online! Build a base, control the action, and test your elite troops against enemies on the battlefield! With cutting-edge assault vehicles in your arsenal this worldwide MMO game tests your ability to wage a tactical and intelligent war.
It’s not whose arsenal is bigger, it’s whose arsenal is best! Design a customized base to reflect the kind of hero you want to be. Amass defenses to protect your base, or manufacture an arsenal unrivaled on the battlefield! In true MMO fashion you can join an alliance and bring to bear the benefits of a multilateral force as you dominate the action and become the Head of State in an entirely new kind of action game!
✔Join with millions of players from around the world
✔ Forge powerful alliances with elite players against formidable enemies
✔ Build and customize your base
✔ Engage with rogue war machines on the battlefield to collect items and experience
✔Train, level up and supply your commander with superior firepower
✔Use modern combat vehicles, artillery, and strategic units
✔Command 4 military tiers consisting of 16 troop types
Check out the elite new MMO Mobile Strike, a war game to end all war games!
Mobile Strike Online is a freemium mobile massively multiplayer online strategy video game developed and published in 2015 by Machine Zone (now known as MZ). The game had a high-profile advertising campaign and became one of the top-grossing apps in 2015 and 2016.
Mobile Strike is well known for its advertising campaign featuring actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as a commander. One of its commercials was featured on Super Bowl 50. Another commercial, which aired during Super Bowl LI, depicted Schwarzenegger saying memorable lines from his movie career, such as “I’m back,” “Get to the chopper,” and “Hasta la vista, baby.”
In April 2017, one controversial advertisement featured women in bikinis, playing the game on sun loungers. The advertisement was later banned in the United Kingdom by the Advertising Standards Authority.
As of November 2016, the app was the second highest grossing game on Apple’s App Store. However, the game itself was not well received by reviewers. Andrew Hayward of Macworld criticized the game for the overabundance of microtransactions. Hayward also criticized the game’s advertising for emphasizing mechanics that are “greatly misrepresented for promotional purposes”. Hayward concluded that the game is “surely not worth the hassle or payment needed to get to that point” and that, like its predecessor Game of War: Fire Age, “is a busywork simulator above all.” Jennifer Allen of Gamezebo also criticized the game for being “busywork” and found the game’s unlockables to be “soulless.”