- Transformers Earth Wars 27/05/2016 (iOS, Android)
- Transformers Robots In Disguise 19/12/2014 (iOS, Android)
- Angry Birds Transformers 15/10/2014 (iOS, Android)
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Transformers Mobile Games
Angry Birds Transformers
It may come as a surprise that Rovio managed to create a great Transformers game, but they did. Despite the whole Angry Birds thing (which is originally a silly game about tossing birds in parabolic arcs to attack pigs), ABTF is a game that will get you hooked well within the first five minutes. You play as either the Autobirds or the Deceptihogs and you must work with one another in order to stop the Eggbots from destroying the planet.
The sheer volume of character appearances here is staggering; featuring classics such as Prime, Megatron, Bumblee, and Starscream, as well as G1 favorites like Arcee, Ultra Magnus, Hotrod, Grimlock, Astrotrain, Soundwave, and more. The animation is incredibly smooth and the many character models do justice to their TF counterparts (all the characters in the game are either birdified or hogified). The best part is that you can also use the Hasbro toys to add new characters in case you have yet to unlock them.
Transformers: Battle Tactics
When we first saw Transformers: Battle Tactics, we laughed. The game looked ridiculous and silly. Players would put together 4-unit teams composed of Autobots and Decepticons and fight in turn based battles. The combat itself was decent, but the artwork was just so weird to look at. The game featured the G1 designed but with miniaturized bodies and exaggerated head sizes. While this visual technique was often used by the Japanese to create their cute “chibi” versions of characters, it simply did not work well with visuals for Battle Tactics.
The god thing is that the despite the odd look of the game, it plays amazingly well. Turns should be well planned and making full use of each team member’s ability to the fullest works only if you understand their various stats and abilities. Optimus Prime for example, provides a massive boost to all teammates just by being there, but he can transform into a truck (negating the team boost) and sel-boost his own attack abilities. The same applies for all the other characters, they have special powers and functions that can make them suited for various strategies.
Transformers Age of Extinction
Age of Extinction, sadly, lacks explosions. This is pretty unfair considering that this is a video game based on a Michael Bay movie, and that means that more than half the film is about stuff that goes boom (while the rest is a massive fan service to anyone who likes humor based on stereotype and tons and tons of military hardware being showcased onscreen). But yes, this Transformers mobile app is a little bit on the underwhelming side of the border with its combat system and visual delivery.
What it does get right is making good use of your time. While the game is designed like an endless runner, it is stage-based, so each run ends when you accomplish certain objectives. Stage are well compressed –allowing you to literally tear through Decepticon troops with your trusty weapons and not feel like you are wasting any amount of time. Battles are short, sweet, and full of action. It just would have been so much better if they increased the particle effects and other things that happen whenever you right –more than half the time, it feels as if you are clobbering the Decepticons with a blunt instrument and your projectiles hardly have enough force to be visually appealing.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
In Transformers: Robots in Disguise, players run around the map in semi-cel-shaded versions of the new animated series characters while they battle it out with the Decepticons. Visually, it looks great, and keeps with the feel and look of the TV show. Gameplay-wise it does get a little tiring or repetitive at certain points. The game is obviously designed to appeal to the fans of the TV series, but on its own, it does little to make new TF fans want more the franchise. On the good side, the game looks pretty streamlined and is stylish looking. Too bad that game’s actual performance and response rate is not as smooth. Pick this one up only if you are a fan of the cartoons.