Mobile Strike is the sam e free-to-play game you have met a million times before, just much, far worse. The [strike hack] It is an absolutely shameless cash catch, and even for this often ethically ambiguous business model stands out as a particularly egregious example of the downside of mobile gaming. I know the commercials are high budget and intriguing, and although Arnold Schwarzenegger would appear to lend the franchise at least a hint of credibility (never believed I 'd say that) steer clear of this "game" at all costs.
The notion needs to be recognizable, you construct up the best military base of all, prepare your defense and offense, and gradually update until you're powerful enough to ruin your enemies. Think Game of War or Clash of Kings, but entirely uninspired. At least these 2 have the classic dream trappings; this is merely bland, modern war junk. If realistic approaches or real military strategy elements were part of Cellular Strike, it would have already been significantly better. I am picturing a form of Rainbow Six meets Complete War, and now I wish they'd created that game instead.