Get a random party, and take to the battle. You will have to survive round after round in this fast paced game. This game comes from Cuve Games, the team behind Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar. In this currently mobile only game, you will get a chance to utilize the system used throughout the previous game, with an extra emphasis on randomizing the battles.
Graphically this game, since it is using the same gaming engine, looks the same as Conquerors of Kolhar. There are more characters for you to select, and play with, but they all really break down to the usual stereotypes. You will get to use the fighter, the paladin, magic user, and healer. Now of course there are ways to unlock better versions of each of these character types, but you will first have to take on specific scenarios.
At first I was ready to put this game down with its constant randomization of party member. I knew what I wanted to play with, and yet the game kept choosing for me, and only giving me the chance to re-roll for an entire new party. Thankfully I found out that through playing enough of the game you can basically buy your way to having the ability to select your own party. I do want to point out that this isn't a pay-to-win ploy, you will be using in game currency to do so.
Something else that you will be able to buy with said currency is helper animals. These are a new twist to the gameplay. You will be able to feed them items from your ever growing inventory and they can do a wide range of things. There is one that will heal your party, there is another that will create a potion out of any item you feed it, there's also one that if you feed it it will give a small amount of experience, and of course there's more.
There's also merchants that you can purchase to allow you to gain some items before jumping into main quests, the only time you actually get to choose your party, which can allow you an early leg up on what you will be facing. The side quests are all setup with a specific party and sometimes help animal, which makes it all that much more challenging.
Alright so here's the deal, in the end, if you put some serious time into the game you are going to find that once you have everything in its right place, there's not all that much left to do with the game. You have an overview map that will unlock as you conquer enough of the challenges or main quests, but at the end of the day the name of the game is rinse and repeat.
I know that the developers were trying to make something that you can easily get into at any time and not get lost in what the storyline was up to this point, but I feel like this game feels hollow. They were trying to go for that rogue approach, a randomized experience each time, but as I stated before since I wasn't able to immediately choose my own party, I almost stopped playing the game early on.
The thing is that this is good looking game, it definitely has something going for it, but there's just not enough for me to constantly want to come back and play the game. I've gotten to the point where some of the randomization that takes place has just taken most of the fun out of the game, and its left me with frustration. Sure there was a time where I felt like I needed to rise a bit higher to meet the challenge, but that ship ultimately set sail without me even caring in the end. This game gets a 6.2 out of 10.