Mech Battle is a new game from studio Djinnworks. In this online mobile game, players will be controlling a collection of gargantuan, heavily-armed walking tanks to fight against each other in various post-apocalyptic environments.

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The setting of Mech Battle is set in the year 2203. By then, humanity is at the brink of extinction because of a great war. The whole world is reduced to a barren wasteland. You, as one of the few remaining individuals, will have to fight other survivors for what little is left of the planet’s resources.

And that pretty describes the gameplay as well: You jump into the driver’s seat of a giant mech, and duke it out with other players. Still, Djinnworks has done a good job of polishing this simple concept into a dazzling sheen. The graphics are gorgeous, with detailed backgrounds that really creates an immersive post-apocalyptic atmosphere.

The game offers three different perspectives from which you can see the battles. There’s the standard third-person mode, the top-down mode, and a first-person mode which makes you feel like you are really sitting at the head of a powerful mech. While this mode is super immersive, it kind of limits your field of vision. For example, you might not be able to see around some corners.

The controls are also very standard and simple. You move your mech with your left thumb, and use your right look around and to fire. The game gives you a decent weapon arsenal as well, which includes several guns and rockets.

Of course, the game is not just all about non-stop actions. After every victory, you will earn currency, which you can spend on upgrading and buying weapons. You can even buy new mechs as well.

Needless to say, having better weapons will improve your chance of winning. Moreover, the more mechs you have in your collection, the more chances you have during a match, since you can switch to another mech if your current one is destroyed.

Mech Battle fully supports cross-platform, so you can play with and against everyone, no matter what device they play on. You can get right now on the App Store and Google Play.