5 stars its a good strategy turn based game 5 stars. Different level of difficulty adjustment for casual to hardcore. Fantasy turn based with the ability to choose which mission to do 1st at different stages. Different mercenaries are available at stages also u can buy n equip items armors weapons for tour troops. Good story i like it. Also if u find ot hard at certain stages u can just repeat certain stages n Retreat from the battle to get more gold n loot or train up yr troops. A 5 Stars Great Buy for a Fantasy Turned Based Game.Highly Recommended!
tried it quick nice idea, but... playing is very slow, because I have to click cancel all the time...(instead of somewhere random on the map)... Inventar control is also slow... I don't see any damage prediction(should I calculate it all?)... and I can even hit my own heroes (used the "hit all ability next to an ally...) that's after 2 played levels.. and I have to buy the next scenarios(read the shareware details just now, after the 8 scenarios)? the story sounds nice but that's just about everything.
Decent Strategy Game Originally hesitant with buying due to the graphics, however the game itself is pretty solid. There's only a few sound tracks so the music feels lacking. After completing all of the campaigns, game doesn't compel much replayability. Nevertheless I enjoyed the game and would recommend it to fans of strategy games.
Classic I was looking for a game that was reminiscent of Shining Force (Sega Genesis) this didn't have the same open world concept, but for a mobile game, was magnificent! I burned through it too fast. Would definitely pay for more content where I can continue to use my band of misfits!
Awesome Great game. I could swear i downloaded it previously on a different device, and i think the name was Tales of Andaria at the time. Identical storyline from what i remember. The Restore Purchase button doesnt give me the full version, though, sadly. But the game is so awesome, i might just buy it again. :)
Has a similar look and feel as Nintendo's Advance Wars series of turn based strategy games. The ability to lose battles but keep the experience and treasure is beneficial in harder encounters. The spawn rate setting is also useful to adjust the difficulty. Micromanaging the inventory and training of characters was enjoyable. The training method encourages having a lead character of every class for most battles. The story was thin, but it was just icing on solid gameplay mechanics.
* 10% less damage from enemies on default difficulty 'Strategist' to balance out the recent AI improvements. All other difficulty settings remain unchanged.
* Fixed: Music always played at full volume when restarting the game (ignoring the game settings).
* Some minor changes and additional in-game explanations for the Dropbox support to prevent player confusion