Army Men Strike - RTS War!

Army Men Strike - RTS War!

By jiagui liu

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-05-24
  • Current Version: 2.50.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 201.82 MB
  • Developer: jiagui liu
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 20,999 Ratings


Play like a kid, fight like a man! Time can change many things, but not your childhood. Travel back to your youth, gather your green army men and continue your unfinished adventure in this toy strategy game! Lead your green army soldiers, remote-control planes, rubber ducks, transformers and many other toys to defend your bedroom, hallway, living room and backyard against the invasion of the Evil Legion! Experience a great war game, combining real-time strategy, resource control and simulation gaming into a single mobile experience! Recruit your toy soldiers, build fortifications and compete for territory and glory. Your green army is waiting for you. It’s time to lead them to toy glory! -Features-  Lilliputian Toy War:  • Wage miniature war in your home – every piece of houseware has a unique function in this toy world! • Build Headquarters in your bedroom, use the moneybox as your treasury, transport resources with your little train, and collect metal with magnets. • Fight enemies in the kitchen, the living room and even the bathroom! • Adventurous and playful battlefields make war interesting and fun!  Build Your Army:  • Recruit the elite toys as heroes to lead your army and let the toy war commence!  • Upgrade and promote your green army soldiers to flamethrowers, snipers, tanks, artillery units and many more!  • Design and assemble ultimate strategic bombers to strike at your enemies! Expand and Exterminate:  • Compete against other players to expand your territory, build greater power and earn prestige.  • Gather resources to upgrade your army and base. • Build your defense with fortifications to keep invaders at bay and increase your odds of survival.  Real Time Strategy • Choose your targets and plan your conquest. • Put your skills and strategy to the test against players around the world. Strategize to Win:  • Patience and strategy are key to each battle. Build and deploy your troops wisely. • With a good strategy, you can defeat any enemy!  • Outwit your foes with intelligence and timing rather than brutal force.  Compete Globally:  • Chat with players from all over the world anytime and anywhere.  • Form alliances and make new friends.  • Compete or cooperate with other alliances. Diplomacy or war, it’s up to you! -We Are Waiting For You! Return to your childhood with the toy soldier game you loved. Join us in the toy world and make it a better place! It’s time to return to the toy battleground! Download now!  -Over 3,000,000 Downloads!-  Thanks to your support, we’re now sharing the happiness and joy of toy games with millions of players all over the world!  PLEASE NOTE! Army Men Strike is free to download and play. However, some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases in your device's settings. Under our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, you must be at least 12 years of age to play or download Army Men Strike. Official Facebook Page:



  • Lovin this game

    By a 7 years old kid
    Nothing here
  • Awesome game

    By brandenfava
    All u have to do is find a good faction to join and the game is a lot of fun,people helping each other out building stuff
  • Terrible and boring!

    By Mr. E101.1
    Downloaded the app and it’s not that great at all. On the ads, it seem like it was fun! But, it’s an false advertisement! Another thing, it’s just as u play it, it gets boring! That’s why I rated it 1 star…
  • Good game

    By tisonderado
    Love this game
  • Fun

    By Pilot Savage
  • Toy Soldiers

    By NJTazman60
    Great game. It reminds me of playing army men when I was a small child.
  • The game

    By One and only ermer
    At first I didn’t know what to do but now that I’ve gotten used to doing everything it’s pretty fun I like the game thank you for developing it
  • Very good game

    By Kenn Rock
    This game is fun and you don’t have to spend a dime. It’s easy to lvl. I recommend joining a strong alliance or make your own and become ally’s with other guilds. 1. Just an idea, it would be cool if you added more skins for the vehicles or we can customize our own. 2. Would be cool. If a enemy teleported in our hive that we would get a notice or something that he’s there. 3. John wick officer haha :) 4. Idea like being able to teleport to other bf anytime you want as long as you want. Not just deep battle... of course not every bf but at least 10. Makes it more fun and makes the game move faster. And mabe you can make a bf for just resting and farming. And no attacking. Soo people can teleport there after a long war or something :p. Just random idea. Thank you for your time
  • Zzzzzzzz

    By dimplez66
  • Highly recommended

    By Salmonherder
    I’ve very much enjoyed this game! It is very intuitive, yet complex enough to require strategy and planning to be successful in the various events and challenges. The constant flow of events keep the game fresh, and the various perks (corps boss, corps resources, etc.) of belonging to a corps make playing the game with others a cooperative pleasure. I’ve appreciated the various aspects of regular game play, such as the acquisition and training of officers, upgrading your buildings and troops, and attacking other commanders in the battlefield. My biggest problem has been that I have so much fun, I struggle to keep from getting sucked in and spending time away from other, more important things (family, work, etc.). I definitely recommend this game! One suggestion for the developers - the game is marketed to a male audience, which is fine. I think that female consumers may enjoy playing, but may be put off by the appearance of the female officers in the game. The game may have a broader appeal if the women officers were more appropriately attired and presented more as equals than as objects of a young boy’s fantasies. Just my two cents...