pay to win... sort of In a solo game this isn't really a good strategy, there's very many ads which I have no problem with but when you pretty much have to watch an ad to multiply your earnings after a round by 4-5x it just adds up to quite a long amount of time not playing the game, but well, watching ads. It doesn't have much content to offer either, just different enemies and different spells. Great artstyle however, very pretty to look at, everything is easy to access and press. Nice UI. Bad gameplay.
Good game ruined by the progression system being so slow that that you are essentially forced to watch ads after each round to multiply your earnings by x4. 5 stars if I could simply pay a dollar to permanently remove all ads and make the premium x4 rate the base rate in doing so.
Great pickup to play any time. However once you unlocked everything, which isn't too hard, and concentrate on upgrading , then there virtually isn't any challenge to the game. Plus enemy designs are very limited which makes you defend the same groups of enemy over and over again. The only difference is the HP increase per stage.
I have only been playing this for maybe Creepy 8bit darkness. Sound is a higher quality then the graphics. Makes for a nice deep dark feel to the game and play. When i play for more then 5 min. Ill see about makings better comments on my experience.
Simple game with a basic progression system, creative aiming for spells, fun to play. Slippage add add after every level and the option to boost your income by watching 30sec add. Developers have to make some money, you know.
First, the game starts pretty good. You advance without great difficulty. But after some time the game will become extremely slow & you will have to watch adds to get more money. That's not a great mechanic, at all. Then after acquiring all the spells that you wanted the enemies starts to be pretty much unbeatable, meaning that you need to level up more, meaning more adds, meaning even more impossible waves. Good concept, poorly executed.