A year ago yesterday, Mighty Rabbit Studios released Breach & Clear [$3.99] into the App Store, a tactical strategy game built for mobile devices. Now, to celebrate that first anniversary, Mighty Rabbit has dropped the price of Breach & Clear to free for this weekend. Our original review of Breach & Clear talked about the flashes of brilliance showcased in the game, but we were really put off by how much content in the game was labeled as "coming soon." It just felt like an unfinished product, and we can only really review the game as it exists at the time of review. To Mighty Rabbit's credit, they've since updated the game numerous times, not just adding in the "coming soon" content but also making many tweaks and improvements to the overall experience.

The mobile market is a crazy place, and we live in a world where oftentimes "coming soon" means "never actually coming at all." Breach & Clear is proof that that doesn't always have to be the case, and in its completed form it's a pretty fantastic tactical strategy game for mobile. For the very agreeable price of free, there's no reason not to download it and give it a shot over the weekend, and if you enjoy it and feel like throwing some money the developer's way, you can always spring for some DLC.

  • Kenan2000

    Nice,I am collecting premium games on my id account that I share with my friends and I always install every single game that becomes free for a limited time.

    • Jake7905

      Sounds kind of illegal, and at the least, very unethical. Kind of like Robin Hood crossed with a pirate.

      • Kenan2000

        Huh?I pay for every single premium game,there is nothing illegal in that.I know a lot of people who share a same id with their girlfriend/family/friends.

      • Jake7905

        It's like buying a movie and making copies for all your friends and family, and it's definitely wrong. You're paying once and distributing free copies to people, it doesn't matter if you're sharing with friends or family, it's still stealing.

      • Squidhead

        I share my games with my wife and family.

        Next time I rent a movie should I rent 5 copies?

      • Jake7905

        It's one household, don't be ridiculous. If you want to start lending it out to extended family or friends, yeah, rent more copies.

      • rewind

        That's just another reason why games with a price tag are struggling. Apple allows it though, and I take advantage of it. Almost all of the premium games I've gotten in the past year have been from family and friends.

      • andreabstephens

        just before I looked at the receipt ov $8130 , I
        didn't believe that my sister woz like actualy bringing in money part-time from
        there pretty old laptop. . there aunts neighbour has been doing this 4 only
        about 22 months and at present repayed the mortgage on their appartment and
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      • Emotive

        What are ethics?

    • Kane

      Added to NSA database..

  • the_rebel14

    This is a very good game. Get it. That is all.

  • hourglass

    I really liked this game. Honestly, it is probably the very best of its kind on the App Store.