The sequel to the award-winning tower offense game, Anomaly: Warzone Earth, has finally arrived on multiple platforms and, this time, the fight is headed to Korea with all new maps, objectives, content, etc.

Some would argue that Anomaly: Korea is more of an expansion than a proper sequel, but since it packs so much new content and ways to play the game into yet another highly polished mobile package, not to mention the $2.99 discounted launch price, arguing over semantics seems a bit silly, don't you think?

Turning the tower defense genre on its ear, Anomaly: Korea sees the player taking control of the invading forces rather than trying to defend a given area. This new game from 11 bit studios and Chillingo allows the player to take command of the Earth's last line of defense, utilizing new weapons and gear to kick out the alien scum that seem to think our biggest cities are their new camp grounds.

Anomaly: Korea features 12 brand new missions to undertake with new gameplay modes, enemies, weapons, etc. Players have full control of the battlefield with an overhead tactical map that lets you see all possible routes, select appropriate units, then send them into battle. Everything is controlled with touch commands, offering a simple way to play a strategically deep war game.

If you're looking for something to keep you busy through the holidays, Anomaly: Korea can be yours for three bucks on iTunes or Google Play.

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