A very good, innovative game. First game I've played to have both location-based and augmented reality features, and use them well. However, I do think that the "location-based" aspect could be implemented more thoroughly, maybe to where you have to walk to a certain point to set up the towers or at least the things that you build to get to the portal. However, the augmented reality is implemented great, except on phones without a magnetic compass built in, in which case it's a little awkward, but it still works.
I this game could really go places, with time, funds, and some more spark that obviously went into making this. Unbelievably glad I logged back into Instagram to find this game, and I generally don't like mobile games. Gotta think big though. Using the camera and gyro for the AR was brilliant, making sense of the two game modes (map&AR) genius. Keep up the social media marketing and please keep listening to your users within reason. Ill find somewhere else where I have a larger feild to go more in depth
Still a bit rough around the edges Points for high production value and attempting an alternative for Ingress fans. Unfortunately, as the game is now, it's not much more than a bare bones frustrating tower defense with your neighborhood's map as a background. The enemies don't even move along your streets, your location is merely a decorative boundary. The AR feels gimmicky and tacked on. Not enough to engage me, but it shows some promise. I'll give it another go if they give it some updates.
Worth a try, not a buy... Yet??? Graphically, not too bad. A little bit of a steep learning curve, but fun game strategically. Purchased some of the other tower types, and didn't find them worth the $1+. If this game had a multiplayer feature it would be well worth it. I am on the fence on if I want to spend the $4+ for the full version. Give us a reason to recruit friends, and I would.
Balanced, cutting-edge gameplay The sci-fi story, energy/Auric mechanic, and weapon progression were as good as any tower defense game I've ever played. And the Recon minigame--activated by GPS and played with the camera--is an excellent example of augmented reality gaming. The free mode gave me an hour or two of gameplay, and then I beat the full campaign in another 2-3 hours on the starting difficulty level--and it was worth every penny to me. I hope to play more games from this developer in the future!
SIMPLY LOVE IT Since the trailer, i couldnt wait for its release and when it came out, im was amazed, how good this game is!! Thank you to developers and note to others, bring your battery suply with you. It will drain your battery reaaaally fast 😝
- Android back button now pauses game if in a mission, otherwise it exits the game
- minor bug fixes