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Rating: 2.76/5 - 8097 Plays
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Genre: Strategy, RPG

Arena Strategy with PvP! Build a squad of epic heroes, develop their attributes, abilities & equipment – then take them to the PvP Arena and see how your tactics measure up!



Mouse only; includes customizable keyboard shortcuts; see in-game tutorial…




#4 fergusferret 2014-04-17 15:18
not too bad a sequel to appalese wall, in that it has a better upgrade systemnot dependent on a star collecting system and a rapid reduction of experience points if you complete a level again. the fact that the levels seem to need to be completed more than once to gain the full collection of stars per level means there has to be a level of experience gained every time.

#3 earth 2014-04-16 21:00
nice arena battler except battles are messy and player is better to leave it to ai to handle, game is sequel or something like that to appalese wall (in good and bad), chars level up as usual and few stats and skills (which can be used during battles) to upgrade, player can buy things from shop (best gear requires spending real money (beyond my understanding why some1 would do that)) but prices are high (currency aka gems can be bought with real money), enemies drop occasionally loot when they die (mostly crappy aka sell at shop and total bs things like armor I got which shopkeeper wanted me to pay few k gems that he would have taken it), nice graphics with ok sounds and nice music (although with default settings sounds and music are barely hearable and full volume makes them hearable but not as clearly as those should be).

overall nice rpgish stratgame except player can't do much during battles besides collecting loot and few other things unless wants to try handle battles by itself (not worth it since ai does good enuf job), battles don't last long but are boring still 8due not much to do). some might like this (as they did on appalese wall).
#2 DMs choice 2014-04-16 08:36
Didn't really catch me. I feel that it takes too much "real" game control out of my hand and I find it a bit scurrysome.
Concerning such tactical combat games, I'm more the type of a round-based approach.
2,5/5 stars from me.
#1 Arkae 2014-04-16 03:04
Would appear to have some possibilities, but I can't get my mouse pointer (which the game is totally dependent upon) to appear in the game window (using Chrome on Mac OS).

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