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Army Men Strike is the ultimate war game combining real-time strategy, defense, resource control and simulation gaming in a mobile experience! Based on the toy army of your childhood you must defend your headquarters against the enemy, and attack using a powerful combination of tactics to win the miniature World War between your green army and those of your opponents! Lead an epic army of green soldiers, remote-control planes, powerful officers, robots, and many other toys in Real Time Strategy combat! Defend yourself against invasion and put your strategy to the test - using your best survival tactics is the only chance to win.

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Mon, 11/23/2020 - 03:36

AMS announced its' annual Black Friday sale today:

The annual Black Friday is coming soon, bringing many great benefits!

Special Event Period: 2020-11-27 00:00-2020-11-29 00:00 (Battlefield Time)


  1. During the event, prices for all packs will decrease by at least one tier!
  2. Extra Black Friday Exclusive Packs and Crazy Limited-time Packs will be available!
  3. More Special events will also come online with this event!
  4. Get ready for the craziest shopping spree of the year, Commander.

Once the event goes live it can be accessed though the Black Friday icon in the Activity Menu:

There have been very good deals here in the past, so you might want to save up some money for this event.

Tue, 11/17/2020 - 01:37

As of version 3.62.0 (released November 11, 2020) AMS has added a new feature to help us find useful items more quickly - Item Marking.

Here is the announcement:

Dear Commander,

Did you ever have difficulties finding the exact item you want to use?

Here's a new "Mark" feature for you to fix that!

Entrance: Under the main page-Menu Tab-Items


1. Tap any item, then the star located on the right side of the detail interface to mark the item (Tap the Star again to unmark the item);

2. then tap the "Marked" tab on the right of the Items tab to see all of your Marked items.

Happy Gaming!

AMS Studio

I've found this especially useful for Corps Teleport items, as they're buried down near the coins.

First select the items you want easy access to.


Click the star as instructed until it's filled:


The far right tab (which used to be labeled "Fuse") is now a dropdown labeled "Marked".  Clicking the dropdown opens up options "Marked" and "Fuse".


If you select "Marked" you get a filtered item list of those items you have chosen:


Very handy!  Let me know in the comments how you've chosen to use this new feature,

Mon, 11/16/2020 - 20:30

For some of you, this information will not be news.  You've known about this for some time, and you had no idea people weren't aware of this little tidbit.


For some of you, well, this will blow your mind.


I was one of the latter category.  I had no idea that this little trick existed, and when a friend showed it to me my jaw was agape.  And I'm not alone.  I've shared this with others in my corps and they've been dumbfounded like I was.  It's always fun to share information like that.  So here goes:

You don't have to buy the first Hot Sale item in order to get to the next one.  If this doesn't ring a bell you might not be a spender.  However if you are a spender, you know that the Hot Sale items listed along the right-hand side of the screen are usually some pretty good deals.  You might also know that the deals offered change every day, and sometimes multiple packs are offered on the same day.  And, you might have thought (as I once did) that in order to get to the other deals after the first one shown that you had to purchase that first deal.  I'm here to tell you that isn't necessary.

Here's what I'm talking about.  The Hot Deals screens are available on both the Command Center and Battlefield pages.  The icon sometimes changes, but usually it's three colored marbles with the word "HOT" along the bottom.  I've outlined it in magenta here:

If you click on that icon you get to the first Hot Deal offering:

Now, your friends might have told you that you can buy a 7-Day Aegis today, but the only deal you see is the one offering 40 Advanced Teleports and other items.  Your friends might have told you that it's the 2nd deal.  In the past, I always thought that I had to purchase the first deal in order to see the next one. (At this point, those of you that know this trick can't believe I thought this, but it's true, and a good majority of the people I've asked about this thought the same thing.)  The truth is that you can get to the 2nd deal without purchasing the first offering.  The trick is the Magic Green Arrow. See the little green arrow to the right side of the picture with the 3 army men?  I've highlighted it here:

I never noticed that green arrow, but once someone points it out to you it's clear as day. If you click that arrow you can get to the 2nd deal!

There it is.  Now you can buy that 7-Day Aegis without having to buy the Stealth Scout + Advanced Teleports pack.  I can't count how many times I purchased all the packs in the front trying to get a pack further down the list, being very unhappy that AMS was tempting me to buy all the crappy packs in order to get to the one I really wanted.

So there you have it. Hopefully this tip is the pleasant surprise for you that it was for me, and hopefully it saves you some money too.

- Moz

Fri, 10/02/2020 - 23:21

Well, I've been working on this site for approximately the last 5 months.  Most of my efforts have been surrounding getting the site running the way I want it to, focusing on functionality rather than content.  I've been able to create some content over the last month, and although there is still so much more to do, the site is essentially open and ready for visitors.

Hence, welcome to the soft launch of AMSWiki!

As I played AMS I kept thinking to myself: Why isn't there a wiki for this game?!?!?  There is so much to know, so much complexity on this game, and there is so much knowledge out there in the player community, I found it incredible that someone hadn't gathered it together for everyone to see and use.  Sure, there are a few wikis out there (many of them are linked on the External Links page), but as far as I could tell all of them are outdated and abandoned.  None of them have updated information, and new aspects of this game are added pretty much every week by Volcano Games.  My conclusion was that someone needed to create a community for this game, and I decided I would be that person.

I've been playing AMS for just over a year.  I'm certainly not an expert, but I do have quite a bit of knowledge about the game.  That said, I'm hoping that we, as a player community, can work together to gather information and make it available for others.  I've fashioned this site as a wiki, and I'm opening comments on every page such that people who come here can suggest, correct, and improve upon the information that I've started with.  If I've got something wrong, let me know.  I'm open to constructive criticism.  If I'm missing something that you know, submit it to me.  I'll update the site with your information.  There are things that I know that you don't, and there are things that you know that I don't.  The goal of this site will be to get all of that together in one place for the benefit of everyone.

I do want content here to be backed up by experiments, data, and actual knowledge, rather than guesses or conjecture, so please try to present data to back up your facts as much as possible.  If you have a screen shot, include it.  Please be aware that everything you post here will be visible by all visitors, so cleanse your posts from personal information (player names, fields, corps names, etc...) as you wish.

There is so much I want to do here.  My first efforts were to create a Beginner's Walkthrough, and to set up initial information for Officers.  I also got the Forums up and running, as I'm hoping lots of information will be shared there.  I'm particularly proud of the full Table of Officers, which can be filtered and searched for a substantial amount of information.  I plan to add more content there, hopefully more details about their battlefield and stage skills.  I'll also be adding more detailed information about Special Operations, Buildings, Research, Planes, and Battle.  Let me know if there's something you'd like to see in the comments below.  Go ahead and ask questions too.

As I said, I'm hoping to create a community here - some place where players can come to get information that they need, and share with others.  I hope it helps you in some way!


- Moz