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Don’t miss your chance to become legendary!
Lead massive armies into epic battles against dragons, monsters, and players from around the globe in the most addicting, interactive strategy game! Are you ready for an action-packed adventure?
✔ Build & customize your very own Empire
✔ Choose your role! Are you a builder? A soldier? A leader? You decide.
✔ Train, level-up, and deck out your Heroes
✔ Craft legendary weapons to rise above the competition
✔ Train vast armies to lead into action packed battles on the stunning World Map
✔ Play & chat with millions of online players worldwide in 32 different languages – all in real-time
✔ Forge alliances with players to conquer enemies & become the most powerful Alliance in the Kingdom!
✔ Conquer the Wonder to become the almighty Emperor!
✔ Use your power to give special titles to your friends & enemies in the Kingdom!
Game of War Fire Age Apk Download for Android
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You know those mobile game commercials with Kate Upton? Well, after seeing those, I decided the game looked completely horrible, but I wanted to review it anyway just to confirm my suspicions. Turns out “Game of War: Fire Age” isn’t as badas I thought it would be, but that’s really not saying much.
Review: “Game of War: Fire Age”
Playing from a top-down perspective, I create structures and resource plots to grow my city and army. The progression system in “Game of War” is one of the better things about the game. To upgrade my kingdom, I need to upgrade my walls, which means I need a better forge, which means I have to upgrade my mine as well. There are many different webs of requirements like this in the game, and they do a good job of encouraging diversity in play style. This makes it difficult to guess just how powerful other players really are, which adds a bit more strategy to the game.This being your typical free-to-play mobile game, every action takes time, whether it be two minutes or three days, and the further I get in the game, the longer things take to complete.
“Game of War” does hand out speed boosts every once in a while, but these are mostly short one- to five-minute boosts. To get the larger ones, I’m going to have to spend money or luck out. “Game of War” comes very close to being “pay to win,” as those who spend money can upgrade their things and level up almost instantly. Those at the top of the food chain are almost certainly people who paid money.
Game of War Fire Age Apk Download for Android
In “Game of War,” every action is completed in the same way: click, then wait. Whether I’m trying to forge a sword for my hero, attack another player’s city or complete a quest, I simply click on a button and wait. This boring and repetitive gameplay quickly gets old. Sending my hero to attack a war elephant should have a completely different feeling than upgrading my farm, but it doesn’t.
If this game has one thing going for it, it’s how addictive it is. I found myself reopening the game every five minutes or so to collect rewards from my previous quest and start a new one. However, clicking a button to do a task isn’t an emotional or fun experience, and as most quest rewards become inconsequential once you level up a few times, I found the game becoming a chore.
Part of the addictive nature of the game has to do with staying ahead of players near my city. The only thing keeping them out is my higher level, but if I stop playing and they catch up, I might find my resources have been pillaged and my army destroyed. But working to stay ahead does become taxing as I upgrade the same things and complete the same quests each day.
The game’s lack of lasting gameplay is only made worse by its performance issues. If your phone screen goes to black, or you go to your home screen, the game stops and you must reopen it to continue playing. Then come the long loading times — opening the game takes more than 20 seconds on my new Samsung Galaxy S5.
“Game of War” starts decently strong, encouraging players to check in a few times a day as they wait for buildings to finish, but it quickly gets boring as tasks start to either take two minutes or many hours to complete. I find it difficult to wait through the loading screen to do anything, especially to just press a button to start a quest every five minutes. As I dig farther into the game, its repetitive, boring gameplay really comes to light.