Iron Marines Invasion RTS Game Cheats

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Developer: Ironhide S.A.
Category: Games
Price: $2.99 (Download for free)
Version: 1.0.8
ID: com.ironhidegames.ironmarines.invasion.rts


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Discover and conquer countless worlds across deep space. Unravel a story full of challenges and threats that will lead you across the galaxy on an extraordinary voyage.

Nothing lasts long in deep space, and peace is not an exception!
Welcome to Iron Marines: Invasion!

Enjoy unique stage missions and special operations in exciting new worlds, each one with its own particular terrain, style, enemies, and conditions. Learn how to beat them one by one!

Command the Federation’s troops across the galaxy, with the aid of Heroes & Units that will allow you to boost your RTS game skills to the limit.

Battle extraordinary enemies and ferocious alien creatures in fun and electrifying missions. Plan your strategy to defend the peace in the galaxy!

For all Iron Marines & SciFi action fans who get the kicks of offline RTS games and strategy games. Become the tactical specialist you’re meant to be by leading your own army in thrilling, mind-blowing missions.

The invasion is at our gates!
Lead the fiercest combat corps across the galaxy. Fight side by side with the Federation’s toughest Marines!

Now you can combine your squad and take advantage of each Unit’s unique fighting skills: from rangers to snipers, mechas, missile launchers, or fearsome alien warrior clans.

Train jaw-dropping heroes and their useful abilities: from boosting up your army’s morale and firepower to increase their stamina and reach, or detecting upcoming enemies before they attack you. Help them join the fight to keep peace among the worlds!

Become an expert on the galaxy’s biggest mysteries!

Use an in-game Encyclopedia to understand the worlds you explore or identify the enemies you face. Take advantage of the tactical info available to configure your strategic game plan.

Check all the amazing features of this real-time strategy space odyssey:
- An entire galaxy to be discovered.
- 25+ campaign missions that will take you to the most incredible worlds. Tons of planets for you to explore and defend by planning a tight strategic game plan!
- 75+ special operations for you to upgrade your Marine abilities to the peak level.
- 10 Unit groups for a total of 24 different troops. You can even combine your backup depending on the mission and strategy you’re planning to deploy.
- 9 powerful heroes with strong skills for you to train. Help them become the Galaxy’s finest!
- 8 Special Weapons to boost your army tactics to the stars! Set your game plan and take advantage of instant weapons like bouncers, toxic bombs, or even drone factories.
- 40 Upgrades to improve your strategy and empower your units with defense drones, napalm rockets, ricocheting blasts and much more.
- 20+ Achievements to show how much of a real-time strategy expert you’ve become!

Choose your difficulty mode for the best rts games experience: Casual, Normal, or Veteran. And if you think you’ve seen it all across the galaxy… the impossible mode - only for the elite players, available offline!

Prove yourself in daily challenges and collect amazing rewards.

Play rts games offline: Enjoy the awesome real-time strategy experience anywhere, as you explore incredible worlds.

Iron Marines Invasion will give you hours of colorful, fun gameplay in this epic real-time strategy space odyssey, available to play RTS offline game.

Version history

Small bug fixes and improvements.
Small bug fixes and improvements.
Play marines on a Halloween themed galaxy, with units and buildings skinned to send shivers down your spine!
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Small bug fixes and improvements.
Small bug fixes and improvements.
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4.7 out of 5
1 429 Ratings


Luke Gratiot,
F2P is fun but hard
Free to play is obviously harder than the campaign if you pay but that’s how it is with games by this developer, the best of the best characters or towers and stuff are available for money. It is a bit infuriating at times but i understand it for the most part. Though my main complaint is that they took the same approach as they did in their tower defense game with the dark wizard as the main character and put some of the units behind pay walls. There should be, in my opinion, a level or two where you have free access to the pay wall heroes/units, so that you can play with the unit but have it not count toward any objective, kind of like a sandbox area. For instance, i want to use the dragon but i don’t know if i wanna buy it or not due to their play style, so I would try them in sandbox. Something like that would greatly benefit the developers if they continue with this type of approach, where the stronger towers/units and heroes are behind paywalls, but the free characters still have the ability to complete the campaign. Still a good game though
Expertly done
The Kingdom Rush series, while being creative and fun, is also good because of how simple and straightforward it is. They will forever be some of my favorite games. But Iron Marines (original and Invasion) takes the creative minds at Ironhide and expands it to new heights. The open-world format is a brilliant addition to the high quality strategy games Ironhide is known for, and the fact that you can swap certain units out for other units of their type to adapt your strategy on the fly makes it even MORE enjoyable, and less punishing. There are so many combinations at your disposal, with far more main campaign levels seen in any of the KR games, awesome world and character design, and engaging multi-dimensional gameplay with more layers than in the KR games. It’s no surprise why fans were so eager to get a sequel to the original Iron Marines.
Pretty good for a cash grab
It’s a solid game mostly and definitely fun. Unfortunately the difficulty Ramos up very fast and soon you realize your base game purchase isn’t going to be enough.
Yeah they say “the game is designed to be completed without making purchases” but come on… Nobody believes that. Not with the extreme amount of IAPs that play on gamers frustrations. There are things you must pay for now that you didn’t in the first Iron Marines, and there is a tremendous amount of repetition needed to earn credits to buy power ups or supports. I get that they should earn for their hard work making this game, but there is far too much reliance on IAPs. I’d rather have paid $10 for a game with less reliance on IAPs and more content like hero’s who can actually perform well enough to make a difference in battle. Instead you must rely heavily on underpowered supports bought with credits earned from “special missions” played over and over and over.
Just balance it out better guys, please?
Super Flyswatter,
I played it again and…really enjoy it!
I revised my score from 3 to 5 stars; I received a decent pre-order bonus (not on day of release but eventually) which was some credits and helpful drops you can deploy; I was hoping they would throw in a hero for free. No worries though as I am enjoying this one a lot. Ironhide delivers again on the gameplay. Minor criticism is the lack of some refinement compared to previous games in terms of text editing; it feels a little rushed. I’m hoping that comes through in a future patch. Maybe also have a nice sale on a pack of heroes? I am glad to see “Red Dragon” (the “Blue Dragon” counterpart from the original iron marines); if I get both Red and Blue Dragon do I get a “Double Dragon” achievement? XD
Derek Bartlett,
Another masterpiece……but wait
My beginning complaints would be the dropgun. Kind of a shame that we don’t get it as a basic ability anymore. Feels like a straight nerf to gameplay. Which is extremely bad for a sequel. You should never take away something without replacing it. And you guys just added it to the item store which imma be honest, most people don’t use that crap. It’s a cash grab mechanic made to get you used to bonuses heavily reliant on repetition to obtain. And this game is worth $2 let’s be real. This is not an upgrade above the original. And it’s more expensive…….if you gave us multiple good heroes and units right from the start instead of trying to make $50 from a phone game that will get you 20 hours of gameplay max……do you lot realize with live service games $60 can get you 1000 hours of gameplay. This was the most blatant abuse of a fan base in recent years. I’m ashamed.
Very disappointing
For one I never trust in game purchases especially ironhide with their attempts to force you to pay for what you’ve already bought once and purchase restoration issues. “NEVER BUY THEIR IN GAME PURCHASES!”
But that isn’t the issue, I already gained all the achievements and finished the game 1 week after purchase and got all the achievements under a month. So the people complaining about difficulty are talking from their rear and are clearly not meant for any RTS.

The real issue here is that somehow the first game feels superior and more finished. It’s been over a year since this sequel was released. And despite that nothing actually new was added except for the grossly overpriced units. No new levels no new upgrades. Ironhide has completely abandoned this game and left it to rot, the sequel feels stillborn. I’m never buying a third sequel knowing how greedy and lazy iron hide has gotten.
Mohammad Tohidi,
Definitely has room for improvement
The game graphics are nice in general. There are just sad facts about this app. The units which can be bought in the game are nice in strength, though the sad fact is competition in the app is just still tough to manage. Free heroes in the game are not too strong, which brings some disadvantages.

The reason why I took two stars off is because the devs have created the graphics in such a way which content is ‘rattling’, which is basically not good for the eyes.

The second star is taken off due to the fact that there are flashing lights when earnings are given and tasks are completed. This is definitely not a good thing for a user which lives though epilepsy in their life. An update should definitely be done to take care of such a thing.
guywhowrites reviews,
A decent sequel
I’d like to say I’m enjoying it right now, and like the new units are all unique. But the problem is why didn’t the old ones stay? I enjoyed the first game and beat it on veteran, and loved almost every single unit the game could offer. But in this one, idk the units don’t feel the same, like all the units no longer have that depth, when the upgrade mechanic FOR each individual unit is just gone.

The enemies I enjoyed fighting and that were difficult to fight aren’t here, other than the Raad. Like the fell and ascendar are just gone. I get you can play as them, but you have to pay money for the periphods or whatever you call them.

All in all at the end of this rant, is basically this game is good but alot of the things I liked about the first one ESPECIALLY the old Federation units are gone.
Ottermoose Gaming,
It’s okay
Definitely not worth the five dollars I paid. Now, maybe I'm biased. This is my first RTS and I'm more into strategy where you can think. But I like the art style and some of the mechanics. However this game went wrong in a few places (I’m only a few levels in, but I'm not really going to talk much about the gameplay).

The only gameplay mechanic I don't like is environmental hazards (I.e. Meteors on the volcano planet) they came too fast and designated my forces. It's hard to move them out of the way.

But the part I really didn't like was: I spent five dollars on a game where almost half of the squads and most of the heroes are in app purchase. No free way to get them. That really limits my abilities and makes the game feel like it has less content
5 steps forward 10 steps back
I played the original game. Gameplay wise it’s okay in most ways, improved compared the original. The main issue arises from the sheer amount of greed they have with the “in app purchases.” While most of them are unnecessary (e.g unobtainable extra heroes),the ability feature from the first game however was made into a sort of consumable cash shop which was quite lame in my opinion. They should’ve just priced the game at 5-15 dollars and let players have the ability to unlock most heroes/troops rather than putting it under a paywall.

If you’re a new player I recommend the first game (also one dollar) before trying this, however be warned that it’ll make the flaws of the sequel much more apparent and frustrating.