Bohemia Interactive's Arma franchise has slowly been expanding beyond niche territory and moving into the mainstream of gaming, especially throughout 2012 after some big name mods managed to get the game community involved in the military sim. Well, the next step is a mobile version of Arma for Nvidia's Project Shield, that happens to be a turn-based action game.

There are some very notable features for the game, most surprisingly the fact that you can control up to four soldiers simultaneously to carry out missions in turned-based situations involving either stealth or guns-a-blazin' style action encounters.

As noted in the press release...
Arma Tactics gives you complete control over battlefield tactics. Sneak up on well-trained forces or take an unorganized militia by storm – the operational strategy is yours alone. And fear not.

Whatever tactics you employ, there will be a vast array of weaponry at your disposal.

Randomly generated missions with randomized objectives add variety to the gameplay, so the action is intense and unpredictable.

I'm going out on a limb and guessing that with the success of games like XCOM and Banner Saga there's a new hunger in the niche society of strategy gamers for some good 'ole fashioned turn-based gaming.

Arma Tactics – like other games made for Nvidia's portable device – will make the most of the Tegra 4 processor and will be available soon for Android devices and Nvidia's Project Shield. For more information feel free to visit the official website.

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