Starting magic spells and casting cost are just ridiculous. Meteor Storm for 60 as the first spell for an undead mage? Don't think you can get above 16 even if you put all starting points into intelligence. Some low level spells are needed so they can be used immediately while retaining more powerful spells for later in the game. A low level spell must be forced at the start of the game.
Far too grindy in just trying to kill one boss. Took about 7mins and about 30 reloads to kill the second boss. On top of that I had to drain out all my money on repairing the wall. While the mechanics and gfx seem workable, the amount of damage to kill a single boss is extremely absurd.
Not sure on the rules here, but I was guesing that if a gem was removed the yellow tile behind it was too. This doesn't appear to be the case all the time. For example, the bomb should remove up to a max of 9 yellow tiles but only randomly removes some of them. I have seen other instances where a gem is removed and the yellow tile behind it isn't removed too. Someone seriously needs to go over the yellow tile removal code and fix it.
This might be the problem with people losing so easily.
The last two badges weren't too difficult. Simply don't buy any ally/fireteam upgrades till you can get the Drilling, AA Specialist and Future Armor. This leaves you with only riflemen and AA. Concentrate on getting as many missions as possible done to get the rest of the upgrades quicker. Avoid heroic dash as much as possible, even with all rifle and AA it can put you in really bad situtations.
Serious flaws in the game mechanics. In a matter of a few turns I was attacked twice and lost 50% of mountain land twice allowing for 0/0 stone workers. Game over. Serious game ending flaws like this should be fixed.
When you continue you aren't given the option to switch galaxies. Also would be nice if the shop was able to restock for a fee of Stars since I always have extras. Asteroid count seems far too low due to the asteroid/star purchasing costs and no way to convert them.
Hey, do you like games? So do we — that’s what makes Kongregate the best source of free games online. We have thousands upon thousands of free online games, from both one-man indies and large studios, rated and filtered so you can play the best of the best. Read more »