Tiny Troopers 2 brings carnage to Windows PC and tablets

Tiny Troopers 2 is now readily available for Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, meaning you can now take all the carnage and action to larger screens, whether you're mobile on a tablet, or sat in front of your desktop PC with a 30-inch monitor.

The game was previously teased to be hitting Windows 10 this month, with exclusive content in tow. For those unfamiliar with the title, you're tasked with commanding a troop of soldiers through a series of missions, customizing uniforms, weapons, body armor, and more.

The game itself is free to play, but do note that in-app purchases can be found within.

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Rich Edmonds
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Does it sync with the windows phone version?
  • This is what I'd like to know too - Hitman GO was my most recent disappointment in terms of progress sync. In games that run across Phone and PC I feel like it's one of the most important things.
  • it doesn't sync, no
  • That's a shame for those of us with multiple devices. Sometimes I fire up the odd game on any of my three daily devices. Desktop, Surface Pro 3 and Lumia 930. Guess I'll stick to playing it on my phone until progress sync is introduced since that's the device I have with me at all times, making it the best for a quick play of a game every now and again
  • A shame for you, a no buy for me.
  • Love to play on my lappy :)
  • I'd rather pay for it and not have these damned in-app purchases.
  • Me too - I would definitely have purchased the game outright and supported it on the Windows platform - I'll still download this, but I don't really "do" in-app purchases in games. At least it's not like Spartan Assault where you bought the game, and then had the chance to pay real money to take a different weapon into a mission
  • the game is super simple, kids can finish it without spending a penny. it's too easy actually
  • this is a free world