For fans of brightly-colored characters with special skills, nothing quite scratches the itch like Overwatch. When your hero roster covers everything from a talking gorilla to a robotic monk, there isn't much more the human fetish could ask for.
Sadly, not everyone has the luxury of owning a gaming console or high-end PC (that's why horrible Chinese knock-offs of the game exist).Instead of making a title whose very essence mimics Bizzard's FPS, Nexon Korea made Tango 5: The Last Dance, an X-Com-esque mobile game where two teams of five players have to capture objectives while keeping the opposing party off the point. No one knows why these locations are so important - all they know is that the points have huge capital letters emblazoned on them.
The title plays from a top-down perspective as players cross from cover to cover to reach advantageous positions around the big-ass letters. Each character has his own unique skill set (just like in Overwatch) and contributes something to the team.
Once the two teams converge, it becomes a matter of teamwork and skill management to see which group ends up on top. The team who wins the best out of three 99-second rounds emerges the victor.It's anyone's guess as to what happened to Tangos 1 through 4, but Tango 5 is currently free to download on the Google Play Store and iTunes.