Lots of fun, I couldn't stop playing, loved this game
Lich Defense was pretty interesting to try out on my iPad 2. It ran smoothly and had a good tutorial that got me up and running pretty quickly. Fun stuff!
Finally you can play as the legendary He-Man! It's exciting, but the game is pretty basic. At least it only costs a buck.
I was compelled to giving this game a try. The angry birds franchise is impressive and the originality of the games led me to purchasing a lot of the sequels such as angry bird seasons, angry birds space, etc. However this game lacks the compelling game play of the original. I've seen this type of game play many times before and making it into an app doesn't change much. It is a great game, but doesn't capture me enough to continue and finish it. It's passable.
Although this game is setting its' own standards, there's a featured thrill here that gets me involved. Maybe it's the fact that I'm awaiting for that final cleared boss, or maybe just for the thrill, but it's too amazing to be put in words. I truly am happy I found this game from a recommendation from a friend.
Now in rating the game's user mechanics, is fairly simple. The game is turn based and is controlled by a token. It weeves left and right, speed varying on the monster, and all one has to do is tap it when it gets to the center of the red mark. The game play is easy to adjust to and because of this, I ended up playing 6 hours when I first got the app! I have to learn moderation but I enjoyed the game.
As of graphics, they aren't pixelated and they really show up real clear on my iPad 2. When monsters evolve, they go through a master change and elder change forms, and I praise the way the monsters are actually original, the style not stolen from another.
In short, I though the game was one of the best I've seen for a while. It captures the spirit of Pokemon games, and I'm looking forward to the future game updates!!
Generally, Montowers is a great game. It's a monster capture/battle game akin to Pokemon. The sheer magnitude of the collection aspect of the game will keep you entertained for hours- there are so many different monsters to catch, each with different stages.
The game has a cute art style and very simple to learn. The graphics look nice and run smoothly on both my iPhone 4 and iPad 2 (can't say how they look on retina iPad). The battles themselves are turn based, although you don't have direct control of your monsters. You control whether or not you go first by a bar with a moving token in the middle. If you stop the token correctly, you go first. Even though it's a simple mechanic, the battles are fast and surprisingly fun. Unfortunately, some of the replay value relies on the fact that you don't necessarily catch a monster on the first try. In some of the later levels, much of my time playing was spent battling the same monster over and over in the hopes of catching it.
Aside from that, there's a heavy iap aspect to this game that may be a turn off to many of you. You collect resources to buy new monsters and items, but you also spend a good chunk of time waiting unless you spend tokens. You wait for monsters and even wait for your resources to recharge. While you can still battle during this time and, of course, spend money to skip it entirely, it does slow down the pace of the game considerably.
While Montowers may have a couple of aspects that only seem to exist to force people to play the game longer, it is a fun game that is definitely worth downloading. The gameplay is simple and the battles fast and interesting enough that it's a game that will keep you hooked for a long time.
Well, the game play looks like what you'd expect from your standard monster-collecting game. But wow, the "guide" for the game certainly does have some amazing... assets, as other reviewers have mentioned. At any rate, definitely worth giving it a try, but do watch out for the more pricey items they try to sell you.
If you are fantasy/anima lovers and you like to fight some monsters this is the game for you!
The character are well formed and you can combined them together!
I can definitely tell you that I am not a big fan of Anime or anything relating Anime, but this game was actually pretty good. It is very risque, with the sexyness and provocativeness that a lot of Anime stories present. The monsters were pretty cool and thought overall that the graphics were plan or okay. i am partial to games like Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter and Shinobi but thought this wasn't a bad game for something very close to Anime.
First off, some of the graphics on this are PG-13. Kind of sexy. Might offend some parents. Def. not for young kids. I'm new to this kind of game, too, so the gameplay took a little getting used to. The app ran well though and is very visually appealing. If you're an old hand at this kind of game, definitely try it. It's a free download right now so why not check it out.
Lexatron blows Words with Friends away! It's similar to Scrabble, and the visual presentation simulates playing an old-school analog board game, with basic animations.
Words with Friends has never really felt like a game, more like a social chore. Lexatron, on the other hand, is more dynamic as it lets you blow up your opponents words so you can win faster.
I got it from recommendations of many friends and could not put it down for hours. There is even a competition among us. We checked every morning to see who got the higher score.
Definitely worth a shot！