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When creating a sequel, developers must be careful about adding enough new content to justify a whole new game while leaving in enough of the original game to avoid losing fans of the series. With Kingdom Rush Frontiers, Uruguay-based Ironhide Game Studio has handled this task deftly, forming a great balance between old and new. The sequel enjoys enough additions and improvements to make it feel fresh and exciting while the core gameplay is the same as the original — and that’s a good thing because the original Kingdom Rush was awesome.
Supreme Heroes makes some really imaginative twists on the TCG formula, and TCG lovers should definitely give it a try. However, the downsides of any trading card game, like the boring gameplay and lame automated battle still exist in this game, those who are bored by card games should just avoid this game.
Scurvy Scallywags is a unique match 3 game released for iOS. The main objective of the game is to get your pirate to match items like skulls, presents, and enemies. The more you match, the higher your score and rewards will be. With the game’s RPG elements, you can also customize your character with passive skills and upgrade weapons, adventure through different islands to do quests, and hunt for treasures.
The game is a solid point-n-click adventure game. If you have played any PC game of this genre, you will be right at home with its control scheme. By tapping on the screen, you can navigate the current character to move around the scene, visit other locations, or interact with hotspots and characters. When you need to interact with a hotspot, that is to say, when you try to check a certain object on the scene, you can tap on the proper hotspot and select one of the two icons for an action. You will find what items you have uncovered and learn more about them from the inventory list.
￼Cubemen 2 by Three Sprockets is a fast-paced tower defense style game with a twist: your towers (in this case Cubemen) possess the ability to mobilize around the map. In a done to death genre, Cubemen 2 manages to avoid falling into the trap of imitating the countless other clones already available. Strategy enthusiasts and casual gamers alike will all find something to appreciate here.
Sparkle 2 trades in Zuma’s Aztec theme for an enchanted forest theme. The theme’s admittedly more boring but it is also more relaxing. The screenshots really don’t do the game justice — it is indeed a Zuma clone, but it’s far from average.
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