To celebrate the release of Guardians of the Galaxy movie, Marvel Entertainment has launched a tie-in game called Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon, a good game that captures the spirit of the film, as well as providing good game experience. In the game Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon you have the motley crew driving. The game begins in a prison on a spaceship. There you need to unlock the team members one by one, to avoid a major weapon in the wrong hands together. In total there are 25 characters available. A band of intergalactic outlaws with a noble cause, the Guardians of the Galaxy seems like the kind of group that does not take any shit. Maybe that’s why your mobile game does not come with any. This is a game that takes your money and runs.
No in-app purchases and internet connections is required to play the game. After a series of films Gameloft-developed Marvel tie-ins heavy on in-app purchases left a bad taste in the mouths of the players, Disney Interactive does what the giant comics did their best to make movies in the first place – that made the Galaxy Guardians: The Universal weapons.
The story mode features an adventure of 60 levels, where you get to play with a team of four characters at once, and direct touch controls. Drag to direct movement, and the goal of each of the guards, and then there are the special powers to activate the buttons. Each level is reduced to defeat the enemies coming in waves, and the balance of each tutor attacks. Star-Lord and Rocket are better from a far as Drax, Groot, and Gamora are melee attackers close and personal combat. Each tutor has a special power attached to another, and you want to balance your team, so you have the combo power-ups available.
If you’ve played Battleheart, you’ll be instantly familiar with Guardians of the Galaxy. You have to clear each stage of a number of waves of enemies without losing all the characters. You can drag a line to an open each character to move there, to attack an enemy or an ally to heal or buff, provided that the character has the ability to do it. Each character has access to a couple of special moves that have a cool down attached to their use. Some of these motions are moving equipment that require the character to be in the proximity of some other character. The stages are limited to a single screen, so keep weak characters out of danger and sending the attackers appropriate for each type of enemy can be a bit tricky, as you go on. Occasionally, you’ll face a boss character, in addition to reinforcing the statistics, sometimes takes a few dirty tricks of their own.
There is a steep difficulty curve Guardians of the Galaxy, and no purchase of your departure. Despite having two different types of currency coins in the game to create objects and fragments to buy upgrades and unlock new characters, these products can only be collected throughout the game. It’s surprisingly refreshing, actually, to dig a menu for five minutes looking for a store real money that does not exist. There is another way to accumulate wealth and power, and that is in the sand. Here the players have access to the powerful villains the team faces in story mode, taking advantage of their wickedness against wave after wave of increasingly powerful enemies. This is when players will have already earned three degrees in each of the story missions and is having trouble bulking up for the next. With the right equipment, you will be raking in the credits.
Outside of his basic attacks, each character has access to its own set of special abilities that are activated by pressing an icon in the left corner after touching first in the character. When certain characters are paired together (as Rocket and Groot) can start an exclusive special combo attack that pair. Between levels you can edit who you want on your team, buy new equipment with the money earned by defeating missions, upgrade your weapons, or even increase the stats of your character. The Universal Weapon seems pretty easy to start, but pretty soon you will find that the only way to move past certain missions is to start grinding. Before you start complaining about how tedious grinding is actually not so bad, because it is always useful to receive rewards. Missions that are repeated, except the granting of additional experience, provides the medals used to unlock new characters, more currencies. The game is very fun to play if you’re like me, you will not find higher levels return to repeatedly.
Guardians of the Galaxy General: The Universal Weapon has a lot going for it, the list of cutting depth (Quasar, Mantis, Caiera), unusual places (Sakaar, Hala) and fast, addictive gameplay, but the best feature is its embrace of the positive trend in mobile gaming back into the game module money away from traditional fixed and the various systems of the free-to-play ‘.
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