Call to arms review

Playing it safe, call to arms is a freemium title that we have all played before in that it lacks the originality to make it stand out.

Clans clash has a lot to answer. Often imitated but rarely he rivaled, is the reason why there is so much battle focused, freemium City Games outside of the building. One of the last titles there trying to usurp such success is call to arms. Like many others, ticking the relevant mechanical boxes, but it lacks a soul.

calltoarms5Initially, the players established their base; with the need to place resource gathering buildings, barracks and all showing quickly important defensive positions in the short term. Timers start out fairly soon, although the players are restricted in how many buildings can place or improve at the same time. In each case, the premium, gold, currency can be used to accelerate the progress.

The crux of the game comes through the battles that can be waged against other players. In addition to being the ideal way to obtain additional resources and level of knowledge, it is also where the greatest satisfaction comes from. For the most part, recruit a plentiful supply of soldiers is the ideal route to success. It is also wise, to plan the intelligent basis, ensuring that the enemy is restricted to pursue certain paths that lead them to a flurry of defensive turrets. There is certainly a level of strategy throughout all of this, but it is sometimes a little rudimentary as it is often the way with the games of this genre. Interaction during a battle is maintained as a minimum, with not be any method to accelerate every battle there.

calltoarms3It is also the theme with the call to arms. Okay, but it does not protrude from a crowded genre. There is no killer feature here to secure its place as a most remarkable offering. OK, but it's a game that we have all played before.

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