This is exactly why I hate these types of game. My skill to win? Apply eye judgment with the arrows and click on the right place on a moving ball. The other teams skill? Just sit back and watch the play reports and decide should I win or not? Many games I sit and watch 3 - 4 of the other team's goals rack up and literally all it's doing is saying "I scored". It's not fun when I have to win against a difference engine of a computer program. All I can do is HOPE the game doesn't decide to give itself too many goals and me too many undoable scenarios. I understand me failing at judgment, but being able to just randomly get things out of nowhere is unfair and unenjoyable.
I've found that a pretty good way to farm gold (and levels, as you gain a huge pile of experience from the boss) is the stage with the Rock Elemental with enemy power set all the way up to 10. Personally, I had Fireball, Frigid Blast, Plague, Crystallize, Alchemist and Plaguebound maxed out and also had Ice Shard and Gargoyle. For those that care, I also had: Permafrost, Hearth and Scourge at 2/3. Even if you lose you keep money and experience gained when you die, so set that enemy power to 10 for max gain. :D
Did you know you can do two physical abilities back to back? If you single click an enemy to select it and then click a physical skill, you'll walk up to it and hit it with that skill; this is the assumption of the only way to do a skill. However, if you click JUST after the hero gets done with the final sword swing (or shield push) of the skill, you will do it a second time in succession. This may remind many people of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, the way you can do a second hit in a physical attack if you press the action button at the right time. There's a catch: you can only do it once for each monster that appears. If you want to do it for the same monster, you'll have to disengage and re-engage it. Hope this helps people defeat enemies faster; God knows you'll need it with the miss rate being as high as it is...
ALERT- For non-pet HP, only buy Healing Herb; the cost-to-effect ratio isn't correct. For the same things, the higher grade should be less cost for same effect or same cost for more effect. That's the incentive for buying pricier items. 5 of +20HP items is 75G and 1 of the next grade healing items, +60HP, is 75G. This means the +60HP item should have better healing, but it is a loss of cost-to-effect, as x1 of the second grade items heals 60HP and x5 of the first grade items heals 100HP. Both of those cost the same but is 40% negative difference in healed HP. Third grade one is even worse; comparing the first and third grade healing items, the ratio in +HP is 7.5 to 1. If you multiply 15G of the first grade item by 7.5, you get 105G; that's 42% (well over half) less of the cost of the third grade item for the same amount of +HP. The way it should be is something like: Healing Herb = 15G +20HP, Small Potion = 65G +100HP or 75G +125HP, Large Potion = 125G +200HP or 150G +250HP.
For anyone that cares :) the increase in the cost of RP per level caps at 2,500 RP starting at level 10; it says "over", but those stats DO keep getting better after that. Also, the level to which you can raise them caps at level 100 each regardless of how much RP you have.
I got to the point of destroying the Dodo Home Worlds, of which there are 5 and then the DEVIL after Home World 5; for BrandonG235 that asked. The Devil's number is 666 (yes, I know there is a fierce discussion that it may actually be 616 or whatever other number is in the movie "As Above, So Below" that I can't remember at the moment), so I thought I might have to beat ascending numbered Dodo Home Worlds up to Dodo Home World 665 to get to the DEVIL. Thank God I was wrong! (God pun intended)
*Looks at achievements* "Achievement 8: 'Conqueror 8, Destroy the DEVIL, Reward: 750 RP.' " Destroy the Devil? Reward: 750 RP? Um, maybe reward: seat next to God herself in Heaven upon death? You know, for a Human doing what all of Heaven and everything Godly and Holy has never yet been able to accomplish? That's right, I said God "Herself". >:)
By the time the AI finally gets done dickin' around with its turn I could have moved & whatever with all my units. I really like these battalion games, but they would be much less frustrating if the matches didn't take almost twice as long as they should because of all that wasted idle time.
Level Select doesn't work; I completed 8 levels, went to level select and clicked on all levels and none of them would load, so it's completely unplayable if you quit at any time because you can't resume ever.
@Caio20052006, there is a x100 hero levels button: "SHIFT" is x10, "Z" is x25 and "CTRL" is x100. However, just for your information, if you don't already know, for Ancients' levels: "SHIFT" is x10, "Z" is x100 and "CTRL" is x1,000. For both, "Q" it says you are buying "MAX", but it actually has a cap of 10,000 levels. With hero levels you are buying WAY less levels at a time because gold can't get you as many levels at a time for heroes as Hero Souls can get at a time for Ancients. For example, if you have over 10K HS and you buy levels for Morgulis by pressing "Q", it will raise by 10K each time you click to buy.
@lMuradl the reason all your stuff for this game went to zero (basically, it all reset) is because game data for almost all flash games is stored on the computer you are currently playing on in the form of .sol files. (for example: Chibi Knight is "oukoku.sol". If you want to find the game data for flash games, search ".sol" on your computer's search and remember the time you saved for that game and find the .sol file with the same approximate time for "date modified" when you right click and click “properties”.) Kongregate, or any game site, doesn't store GAME data on their servers, only your account information. Exceptions would be for example, MMO games like Fantasy Online, which isn't on any site anymore. Those games store your progress on their own servers at the site they originate from and you access it through Kongregate. So, if you want to have the same progress on a different computer, copy and paste the .sol files to a USB stick and copy them to whatever computer you go to.
@kajohns1997, every once in a while someone says the same basic thing you are saying. The basic rundown being: "I want a way for the game to do all the stuff for me (because an Idle game isn't already doing enough FOR me already). I want to play through the game, but I don't really want to do anything, just watch the numbers rack up". The answer is always the same basic rundown as my answer as well. People have asked for a feature like this and it has always received almost completely negative reviews; so, no, nothing like this will ever be put in. Besides, it's kind of weird and dumb to be doing literally nothing and just watching the numbers rack up and saying "I'm playing and beating the game" isn't it? Wouldn't that almost be the same as watching a YouTube video of someone doing a game?
Did you know you can "insert" pieces between two pieces already placed? If you select a piece and click on the "line" of two touching pieces, it will push apart the two placed pieces one space and put the selected piece between them. This, of course, generates a slight force, so don't do it to pieces that are a pixel or two from separating, and obviously, it wont work well with spheres.
I thank God that I did the long, excruciating work to get the impossible badge in Super Stacker 2. That hell gave me plenty of training in thinking out-of-the-box solutions and handling the monumental frustration (that DIDN'T end in murder) that inevitably ensues for that kind of puzzle game.
Does this music remind anyone else of the SNES game "Secret of Mana"? I'm sure the only thing keeping many people from rage quitting at the harder levels is the purely Heavenly music. :D I'm literally looking for the mp3 of it; wish me luck.
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