The number of negative reviews on iOS is not greater than the number of positive reviews on Android. Why? The system doesn't work. I tried several times over three days, and in every session I received a notification about a character dying. Because character deaths are the only way to explain why I'm being charged for upgrades and bonus items, I ignored it and attempted to perform the upgrades as soon as possible. I then received an email (I forget its exact wording, I only have a screenshot) saying that because I was a cheapskate I had no Life Points (LP) and that the game was ending. According to this email, the game had ended in late 2004, I was dead, and I was being charged a rather large sum of money for a 3 year old game that I had played repeatedly and had very little interest in at the time. I would like to inform the people who are reading this of the reality of the situation: you will never get your money back. You may as well not even download the game, because in spite of through the best of its efforts the game cannot possibly have the resources it needs to run.
I'm a sucker for,'page turn' type games. This game has a very narrative driven style which makes the game just as good as reading a book.Level design does not leave nothing for you to do which makes the whole experience adds to an already immaculate experience. Graphics, voice acting, music and story are all very good. While some quests do have a lot of loading screens, other quests are so short and interesting that it does not make a whole lot of difference at all. A lot of quests will require dialogue and such, but they are still short and easy to read.
This New Game+ variant drastically changes everything: the main character is now a young adult, and a major part of the game is about exploring the world for items and items in the jungles. The jungles, when explored, lead you to hostile orc tribes which have a habit of raiding the bases of players, and invading players' bases with their own armies to steal the items. d2c66b5586