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It's not a bad game, but I wouldn't have gotten it if it wasn't free for the sale it had. The point of the game is to defend the little girl with the magic staff(Rose), until she can fill a mana bar up. You can use some of that mana to cast spells as well. Every ten floors has new enemy types, which help keep it interesting. Between attempts, you can upgrade your stats, magic, or buy items. The character you play as controls very awkwardly, practically requiring the "Auto Pilot" item, which has you watch an ad to get for one use, or spend 20 crystals to have it perminately. Crystals of course are the premium currency. The alternatives to buying more crystals is to hope an enemy drops one, and that the auto pilot grabs them for the split second before they fall(though the last bit may not be required). I haven't played through the whole game yet, so idk if it gets better. But from my understanding, this game usually costs money to download, but it has a lot design decisions that free app games have. A payed-for game shouldn't have you watch ads for a necessary item, or offer a premium currency that's incredibly rare. All in all, this game okay but has a lot of problems. It's not gonna stop me from getting further and seeing if it offers anything new later. I may change this review once I get further in the game.
118 people found this review helpful
Overall a pretty decent game. Haven't really gotten too far in the game yet but something that would be great to see is, gear. It is a dungeon after all. Upgrading armor, weapons and accessories would be fun. Or craft high quality gear from different monsters and bosses. The game has a lot of room to grow. Definitely at the moment worth every penny.
26 people found this review helpful
Don't waste your dollar. I'd like to think maybe it'd go to hiring someone else to help with all the bugs and issues this game has, but I doubt it. You spend a dollar, yet most unlockable content takes the in app purchase of crystals. It's a severe idler where you'll have to leave your screen on to gather any money. The idea is very much so, unoriginal. You cannot move your character when in autopilot mode, which is horrible to have happen, when it glitches out on you, with enemies attacking.
2 people found this review helpful