orb3000 · Jun 3, 2011 at 06:00 am

Free strategy guides for Windows Phone 7

XDA member AapgScorpion informed us about some strategy guides for your Windows Phone 7 that can be found for free on the market. Some of the titles suggested are:

-Mortal Kombat Tactics
-Starcraft 2 Tactics
-Dragon Age 2 Tactics
-Little Big Planet 2 Tactics
-Portal 2 Tactics
– L.A Noire Tactics

Just search for “Tactics Series” in the marketplace. The original poster mentions that there are plans to release Gears of War 3, COD Black Ops, Diablo 3, and Kill Zone 3 Tactics. Moreover, they are open for requests for new guides. So, if you want anything in particular, this is the time to ask.
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Originally posted by AapgScorpion
WP7 Games Strategy Guides

There are these new apps on the WP7 that are FREE strategy guides for the games

-Mortal Kombat Tactics
-Starcraft 2 Tactics
-Dragon Age 2 Tactics
-Little Big Planet 2 Tactics
-Portal 2 Tactics

and much more!!… you guys should give it a try, they are all free! so don’t lose anything

You can search “Tactics Series” in the marketplace and they all should appear

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