- Interesting gameplay
- Dynamic gameplay
- There is a character development
- High-quality animation
- Easy control
- Great graphics and sounds
- Requires internet connection
- Internal purchases
In fact, looked at first, I didn't understand that came to me in a smartphone. I thought that this is another mix of Hearthstone and DotA, only in donation format. After a few levels, I came to a rather strange conclusion. In fact, all players activity is concluded in a gradual leveling of heroes by winning the different bosses and their minions, gathering the equipment and its further improvement. In general, it would seem, the game has the standard rules of RPG.
But here's the trick - we practically don't control our heroes. Yes, they fight, win rivals, but our "function" is only to tap the button in time, the so-called Β«ultimateΒ» button, which contains the key abilities of the hero, inflicting maximum damage to the enemy. In general, the so-called RPG-tapping. The most funny thing is that even after the pumping of the hero and the receiving of all different abilities he remains passive.
Visually, the game looks very, very good, but the gameplay is just killing. It's smooth, animation and effects are beautiful, we have access to a variety of characters (although you can see them all, again, in DotA), the enemies are becoming stronger, locations change each other, pleasuring the eye with different background. In general, everything is settled fine except for wild casuality of game. Oh yeah, I almost forgot! There are also daily (and not only) quests, network fights between players, grades, equipment (not only for donation) and many other chips available, which can be opened depending on the level!
Allstar Heroes is rather strange Β«cloneΒ» of Dota in a new role-based format for your Android.
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