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This game is well thought out and has pretty good graphics. I don’t have anything to really complain about except for a few graphics glitches and bugs. The only reason I’m rating it 4 stars is I have suggestions for the game that would make it a lot better. First off whenever I attack the base for some reason it won’t show the battle. I say that if you take the time to show the battle every time you attack someone I and a lot of other people would bring it up to 5 stars. I played your other game lords mobile and the one reason I liked it was because you actually shows the battle going on. Plus for some reason every time I battle someone and I win for some reason it says that the other teams guys are only injured! I never got a single stupid kill! So if you fix those two it could bump up the ratings. Oh and maybe could you make the game a little less of a money grab? Otherwise great game! 😀 P.S if you are reading this and are considering getting this game don’t just start getting in app purchases right away.
Don’t download this game..when a company tries its best to hide that they are the developers..that alone tells you how bad their reputation is with the mobile game community..I played their other game called game of war for 3 years..for 3 years the game was perfect..we know what max research was we know what max strong hold was..players pushed themselves to max everything cause we knew what it would take to reach that goal..and then mz started to push out mid to low level spenders..95% of the community were low to mid level spenders..they started constantly releasing new content every other week to the point where even the heavy spenders couldn’t keep up..with this new world war rising game they went and continued what pushed most of their players away from their games..like final fantasy..players don’t know what max level citadel is or what max research is because they don’t show it in the game like the early days of game of war..players could spend and spend and not even know if they are getting close to maxing..there is no end is insight..we had no problem with new content being released but make it reasonable..in the early days of game of war there were new content being released every few months or so..don’t download this game it’s it’s owned by a horrible company greedy company...they will never get those players they lost back..just look how poorly final fantasy is doing..stay away from this game
This is yet another clone of Game of War. While I quite like the theme they are using (it translates perfectly to this type of game), it doesn't really add anything new. The only thing I noticed is the ability to fire missiles, which I admit is neat, but not enough to switch things up significantly. Interface is exactly the same, down to the flashy everything that tries to get you to spend a ton of money at every turn. I thought maybe they went with cheaper packs for this game, but no, once you buy a $5 pack everything becomes $20, even the other $5 packs you were offered. There are, however, some subtle but key features missing here and there, and some screens are quite buggy, especially if you need to scroll or tap on something that's hidden behind their awful UI. The game also seems to crash frequently, and graphical glitches abound. I've seen missiles with their flame detached and trailing behind by miles, soldiers marching in place forever, zeppelins doing weird spins. Normally I can overlook such bugs for a new game, except this is literally a cut and paste of a 5-year-old game. If you want a good MMO war sim, go for the gold standard and play Lords Mobile. It's not WW1 themed, but it's a fully seasoned game that's worth the money you are essentially required to spend on these things to get anywhere.
Here’s the thing, this game should be good, hell it should be great. There are a lot of people spending a lot of money on this game every month, but there are a lot of glitches. I constantly see glitches of resource tiles showing up, showing you what’s in them but when you send troops they aren’t there any more. Shields not staying up for the determined amount of time, or assaults not working as they should. Just know if you get into this game you will need a lot of money. your first pack will be around $5 Then $20 Then $49 Then everything will be at $99, every pack, no matter what, forever. This is how they built this once you buy a pack the cost goes up and stays up. You will never catch up to those who are spending heavy on this game. Another thing to know is that there are fake accounts (probably the devs) that are there to get you to buy into this game. You can tell with bases that are at the max level withinthe first few minutes of it being added to the game. The latest additions the “sky wagon” takes 7 days to build....just think abut that. Not game days actual days...this is a money grab nd nothing else, if the devs at least too part of the piles of money they are getting and updated the actual mechanics a bit maybe it wouldn’t be such a glitch fest.
Overall this game is pretty fun. I’ve played similar games like it and I do enjoy it, but it’s biggest downfall is that it doubles the cost (or more) of a pack for the same exact (or less) items once you’ve purchased one. My first pack was a reasonable price, my second was quadruple that reasonable price, and now the cheapest pack available to me is ten times as much as the first one I bought. I’m not spending that much on a mobile game at once, especially when it comes with less items than either of my first two packs. If the game developers wanted to add cheaper packs and actually pay attention to the items available in them (& have them correspond accordingly) they’d probably see some more sales from myself and like minded individuals. I’m not just going to buy a pack because it has the one thing I need; I’m looking for the best deal. At the point I’ve progressed in the game, all the packs available to me have less resources, less speed ups, and less gold than the TWO packs I’ve bought before. Why would I pay 10 times as much for less? I’ll probably stop playing this game in the next week or two when the resources I bought run out.
Developed by the Mobile War LLC.
World War Rising has 6 760 user reviews.
World War Rising has an average rating of 4.0.
The latest version of World War Rising (184.108.40.206) was released on Nov 08, 2019.
You can download World War Rising here:.
What will history decide about you? Prove your worth and lead epic armies of the most lethal troops, vehicles, and aircraft from WWI to the modern era!
troops as you develop your army toward glory! Join an alliance to collectively crush your enemies or stay independent and farm resources to build an epic stronghold. Play your own style in this expansive world of historical war!
- A truly global game with millions playing around the world
- Make alliances with those you trust and rivalries with those you don't!
- Build a base that evolves through a century of combat technology
- Battle world map enemies and collect components to build colossal weapons
- Equip your commander with armor and weapons and unleash them on your enemies as they lead your troops
- Use vehicles from the last century of war, from WWI tanks to Apache helicopters!
- Command 4 military tiers consisting of 16 troop types
How will you play? Forge an unbeatable alliance with others who share your strategy or risk it all as a military lone wolf! It's your base, your rules in this fun MMORPG builder and strategy game!
Terms of Service: http://www.worldwarrising.com/terms-of-use
Game Page: http://worldwarrising.com
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