Super Army War

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Super Army War
Developer(s) Neko Entertainment
Publisher(s) Atlus USA
Neko Entertainment
Designer(s) Olivier Denis[1]
Composer(s) Raphaël Gesqua
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
  • NA: February 23, 2005[2]
  • EU: March 14, 2005
Genre(s) Horizontal scrolling shooter
Real-time tactics[citation needed]
Mode(s) Single-player

Super Army War is a 2005 video game developed by French company Neko Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in Europe under the title Glory Days: The Essence of War.[3]


The player controls a Huey or a WWII-era propeller fighter, each with different control scheme, to assist ground troops and tanks taking over enemy bunker to gain credits (which used to automatically purchase armies or repair/refill player's vehicle), and eventually to destroy enemy base.

The Huey has capability to pick up ground troopers, and the fighter has quicker speed. Special weapons can be acquired through some circumstances, ranging from paratroopers to missiles.


Critical reviews of Super Army War gathered by Metacritic averaged 58%, a mixed collective opinion of the game.[4] It fared similarly at GameRankings with an average score of 63%.[5]


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