Last fall, subscription-based mobile gaming service GameClub announced plans to begin moving titles from PC and consoles to iPhones and iPads, and this week the popular computer games “Tokyo 42” and “Ancestors Legacy” are now available on GameClub.
Tokyo 42 It’s an open-world isometric shooter where players are thrust into a miniature version of Tokyo full of killers, shady corporate politics, and corruption. Players will use their parkour skills to assassinate iconic targets, with multiple levels of difficulty available.
Ancestral heritage: the Vikings It is a strategy game that requires players to take control of an army of Vikings to defeat enemies, collect resources, and loot cities. There are two different playable campaigns, each with hours of play. Tactics and quick thinking are needed as players can take advantage of terrain, flank enemies, alter enemy morale, and take advantage of cover for attacks.
Tokyo 42 and Ancestors Legacy are available through GameClub, a subscription mobile gaming service. GameClub is available to try free for 30 days, after which it costs $ 4.99 per month. GameClub has no ads, no hidden fees, and no in-app purchases.
GameClub aims to bring classic iOS games back to life and with a subscription you can play many blockbuster games like Pix’n Love Rush, The Secret of Bryce Manor, Aralon: Sword and Shadow, Super Crate Box and plus.
GameClub is also working hard to bring PC games, in addition to Tokyo 42 and Ancestors Legacy, Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank is also available.
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