Love it! The only problem is that you shouldn't have to use Mama to do a rolling evasion. And I think you should add new swords like Mega man's Z Saber or a dual wield ninja sword. Other than that I think it's totally awesome and fun to play. Thank you. Keep up the good work!(PS The animations and drawings are flawless and the enemies and weapons are so creative!)
I little problem I've played this game and it went really well, good graphics, simple gameplay, but there is this one thing that bugs me a bit. The UPGRADE and BUY buttons do not work so I cant upgrade my weapons or even buy other weapons. To the GAMEVIL Team please resolve this problem ASAP, and reply if done. And again thanks to this game it improved my drawing skills.
Steals money Spent ages saving up loads of money, only to have my game tell me it cant connect to the Internet right now and to try again later. That would be fine if it then didnt take the money for the purchase anyway, but then not give me the item at all. I really do like this game. Its fun and addictive. However iys really frustrating and making me want to uninstalll it, which is a shame.
I will change that into 5 star if its work off line or no need to use wifi conection to play it , i wont change it if its needing inter connection! Dont make me dis apointed pleas i hope it works off line. Well! It wont works off line! so for me that game is a trash!! I need off line games !! Not stress maker games like that!! Get lost!
It's awesome I love the shop system, how they made it so you don't have to purchase anything with real money, it's very addictive I cant stop playing it and you don't get bored. I mean its a very good game and I would suggest at least trying it out it's really fun.
A bit of a problem . . . The game stops quite often, which results in losing some of my save data, which pretty much takes my money and undoes my upgrades. The game is fun, but it is often interrupted . . . Plz fix. And maybe you could have a cartoon wars with spells? Just something I thought would be cool . . .