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For now a 3 star rating. Amazing art and design. Amazing gameplay and tactics. My main complaint is that it is hard to level up the unit and equipment cards that you acquire. I spent about 30 dollars on the game and the return imo is not an worth the money spent. I have a few unit cards leveled to lvl 5 and the rest lvl 3-4. I fear that a long term community is not feasible with the current monetary model. Some more units or another faction would help if it was easier or cheaper to lvl up. Equipment cards are ludicrously expensive to level. It is fun though and the attention to detail and quality is immense. I want to play more but sometimes I just feel stuck unless I open my wallet some more. I understand that this is a delicate dance for the developers so I hope there will be tweaks in the upcoming releases. Will update my review in the upcoming weeks and I remain optimistic. UPDATE: The last patch brought some nice tweaks to the game. A new event with some much needed new content as well as some changes to rewards. So close to a 5 star game. Still a little pricy in my opinion but the game delivers gobs of quality and details. Lightning fast matches with tons of strategy. Hard to do with a turn based game. Kudos! Ok who am I kidding. 5 star game. I am loving it.
(AD FREE! This game is amazingly ad free (still has purchaseables) I was leery (proper English) but wins my vote. Amazing art, epic story (please read it, it’s actually pretty crazy) still here after 72 hours, and hoarding my fame. Well played. - Update: still love it, still fighting through as F2P after a few buys, definitely not pay to win. Dev notes. A couple load fails that seem to be fixed (thank you!). Personally I’d up the Supply refresh rate (1...every 20 min? Even after a day at work I can only play 3 without chests resupplying my ability to play levels ..), at least for new players (maybe a missions under 8), keep us able to stay, both before and after whatever formula calculates staying power ;) For now, pay to win is at the top for pvp (obviously, and not a proper criticism unless the game is impossible without paying, or ads, which is not the case) and it subsidizes an amazing amount of FTP solo: If you’re a turn based or Table Top, this game is for you. I actually found grinding fun, it’s the new Chess as far as strategy.
Never played banner saga but playing this game really makes me want to get it cause apparently this game was inspired from. So the game is really beautiful and straight forward which I like and every faction is really different and unique. Gameplay wise it wonderful and each character synergy really well. Nothing is pay to win only time I got an ad was my first week of play and nothing after that and honestly not really worth the cash unless you just don’t want to grind. Only problem is that everything after a while starts to get repetitive and not sure if the devs are going to update with more contents.
One of the most important aspects in this game is that when you play a card , it will not remain a card , it actually turns into a 3d form of the character. On the other hand it’s a well balanced game and i enjoyed playing, i hope they expand the game with more maps and maybe other races other than humans , maybe orcs , elfs and ....
As others have mentioned this is a good game. Good balance and interesting tactics. Some bugs though where buttons aren’t enabled correctly after wins and quests aren’t marked completed sometimes. Definitely needs support for multiple decks, would be 5 stars with this improvement. I do not experiment as much because I might not remember my current deck when I make changes.
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Ash of Gods: Tactics has 127 user reviews.
Ash of Gods: Tactics has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Ash of Gods: Tactics (1.9.11) was released on May 23, 2020.
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I remember the day when the blazing star struck the ground. Thousands of humans were killed, once prosperous countries were destroyed and cities were reduced to ruins... It was long ago. Cities were builded again and humans returned to their
peaceful lifes. But I know that the Reaping is coming.
The world of Terminum is on the edge of war. I feel it. A lot of blood will be shed. They are coming. And death follows them.
But there's hope yet. A chance to change the grim fate. I don't want to see this world perishes. And I need your help in this difficult and dangerous adventure. Will you join me?
A prequel for award-winning Ash of Gods: Redemption is here!
Gather your party, manage it, hire and train units to level it in your own way. Find and buy powerful artifacts to make your characters stronger, complete a deck of magical cards to surprize your opponents on a battlefield and create unique strategies to carve your path through many difficult fights and face The Reaping.
● 24 story mode battles with three difficulty levels. Can you beat them all?
● PvP mode: create a strong team and compete with other players to get to the top of the ladder and get your rank among the best
● Make your party unique: train units and hire new ones, buy artifacts and collect a deck of magic cards which are perfect for your strategy
● A beautiful standout 2D hand-drawn graphics and rotoscoping animation
● A captivating story which is prequel to Ash of Gods: Redemption's storyline
***Please note that the game is online only.***
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