- Robocide 16/03/2016 (iOS, Android)
- Walking War Robots 16/11/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Implosion Never Lose Hope 08/04/2015 (iOS, Android)
- M2 War of Myth Mech 29/10/2013 (iOS, Android)
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M2: War of Myth Mech
The ironic surprise of M2 is that the robot-ness of this game is hardly going to be noticeable until you get to a decent enough level. The good news is, it is actually trudging through the game’s earlier bits to get to the meatier chunks of gameplay that it provides later on. M2 is a top down, hack and slash game in the same vein as the Dungeon Hunter series (but with a lot less emphasis on drops).
As you progress through the game, you will not only outfit your character, but you will also assemble and customize your ‘mech’, a powerful armor that you can summon as one of your abilities. Changing into a mech would naturally give you a boost to both offensive and defensive capabilities, and is pretty much your go-to too when faced with tough enemies that also make use of mechs.
This is not to say that your regular human form should be completely helpless however, the game also provides plenty of ways to improve and strengthen your normal form to provide you with a decent survivability and offensive power even without the mech suit. With a good match of skills, weapons, and armor, it is possible to take down a whole wave without having to summon your mech suit.
The visuals are cute and nice, but you will want to play this on a pretty good device since it is prone to frameskips when there is a lot of things going on in the screen. Also, the game’s touch screen controls are pretty easy to get used to –movement on the left and combat buttons on the right. We do wish the roll button can be mapped differently (like to a swipe gesture from the movement finger) in order to help make the combat feel more intuitive.
Implosion: Never Lose Hope
Implosion: Never Lose Hope is a surprisingly deep brawler that will make combat enthusiasts happy with its combo systems. Depending on how fast you tap the attack buttons, you can make a variety of attacks –adding pauses and a beat to the taps can be quite hard to pull off in the middle of a hard fight, but it can also give you that much needed high-damage combo. Simply put, the game’s emphasis and reward for player honing their skills is a great reason to have this game.
Visually, Implosion is gloriously detailed. The different enemy types will keep you on your toes and the stage environments are mapped with amazing textures and lighting effects. The way that your character and the enemies movie is also great to watch and see, this is particularly true when your start beating them up; your sword cuts through the air as if it were passing through water, emphasizing its speed and sharpness.
The camera angles are reminiscent of Diablo style dungeon crawlers (completely with massive enemy deployments), but the gameplay takes inspiration from games such as Bayonetta and Devil May Cry. Senseless button tapping is not the deal here –players are encouraged to understand the point and application of various abilities and combos. If you have always been hoping for great action game on the mobile that is more than a senseless screen tapping game, then Implosion is your best bet.