While I totally love that games like Drive on Moscow and Battle of the Bulge [$9.99] are on the App Store, both Jared and I are really bad at them. How bad? Well, we somehow managed to get stuck in the tutorial of this one, a new feat for generally being terrible at video games. Regardless, if you liked Battle of the Bulge, this is about as must-have as it gets for you.

Drive on Moscow will be available in the New Zealand App Store at 7:00 AM Eastern time, before it slowly filters through the various iTunes region and finally appearing for download in the US App Store at 11:00 PM tonight. Stay tuned for links to both download the game, as well as forum links to discuss it with members of the TouchArcade community.

  • sweetdiss

    The text under the video is for the wrong game. However, it gave me a boner. TG2!

    • oooooomonkey

      Damn I agree, got all excited there

  • Hoggy110

    Title: Drive On Moscow

    Later in article
    "Touchgrind Skate 2"

    Ok, nobody saw that. We'll just keep this to ourselves

    • Mess

      Did a double take at that too 😀

  • JJE McManus

    BBC (Back Before Computers) I played games from Avalon Hill and Strategy & Tactics Magazine. I remember when the entire living room floor of my first small apartment was covered for over a week by a giant cardboard hex map and precarious stacks upon stacks of small colorful cardboard counters as Germany pushed west into Bastogne. No, I didn't have a girlfriend at the time. Why do you ask?
    On hands and knees I pushed cardboard ships around a friends kitchen using precise rulers and dreadnoughts fought Jutland once again. I dropped planet side with Starship Troopers and mowed down countless square bug counters long before NPH decided to play a creepy psi.
    Getting the hang of unit designations was for me the hardest thing. Yet there was the thrill that, if not of war college caliber, it was at least a taste of how the art of war was practiced in the abstract. Of the people I played with, some never returned from other peoples practical application of those arts.
    I think this game is far more retro than most of you can handle. But for us small mad band...