Fun but missing something I LOVE this game. It feels like a proper game. But the game isnt free of problems. Some are small but one, one is a very BIG problem. No sandbox mode! You give me all this open world management stuff but not let me mess around in it?! How could you!? But seriously, I would love a sandbox mode. Let us pick a start, an icon, pick alliances and other such stuff. The game is still great tho.
It could use a battle auto skip for defense based battles if it is clear the defender (player) could wipe the floor with the attackers after numerous failed raids. At least for the wild based ones. Other than that a good game despite the fastball tutorial that would overwhelm a new player trying to make heads or tails how to play.
Fun and well worth the price. This runs well, has simple base building and combat all in the metro 2033 style. It is hard enough to evoke that feeling of just bearley getting by with minimal resources (after your initial setup cash is gone). I will say some of the mission objectives are a little unclear. For example you are asked to let survivors into your camp. It is not clear that you dont need to do anything. You are also asked to prepare for an attack and its not clear that the attack is munching through npcs before it gets to you.
Android games have finally reached the point that they feel real, not like cheap knock-offs or incomplete projects. Metro: 2033 is one of these games and is great fun. I highly recommend it. I'd been keeping my eye on it for awhile and, since they got rid of IAP and advertisements, I took the plunge (I don't do consumable IAP or watch ads\commercials). I'm happy they did as I find the game a lot more fun than I though it'd be. The screenshots don't reflect how the game actually plays. It can be hard at times, but there is always a solution. I did take off one star for lack of documentation, though. I'm new to the genre and this game is far from a proper introduction.
Game has lots of potential The problem is that the difficulty curve ramps up WAY too steep. Once you cross 120 turns or so, it gets out of hand.
Great universe, good game. This game does a good job of expressing the constant threat of death from every direction in the Metro 2033 universe. It does however need some work. The resource system needs more explaining early on. I was able to figure it out, but by that point my faction was all but decimated.
- Improved game balancing
- Removed Reward Video (based on player feedback)
- Fixed many bugs and crashes
- Improved English text
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