1) Primary goal is exploration. Find your objective. Don't go too far out of your way to attack monsters.
2) Level 7 sword and Level 7 shield both glow red. Get these if you see them. Stock up on health potions.
3) Don't attack anything until you upgraded your sword or shield.
4) Follow the coast and try to move so that the farthest part of the screen is the last square before water.
5) If your quest item/enemy isn't by the water. Oh well.
Complete ripoff of the iPhone game Kard Kombat. Like, the gameplay is completely copied and a lot of the cards function the exact same way. I believe in Fair Use, but this should fall under copyright infringement.
I hate to be down on this game, because the production values are really good. There just isn't really much of a game here. The only thing you do is collect money dropped by turtles with your mouse, but there doesn't seem to be any reason why you should need to do it manually. Yeah, there are bonuses to activate, but it doesn't seem like it really matters when you use them.
There are better upgrade-based games out there. 2/5
Really frustrating that it takes so long to buy tea. In the later stages of the game you pretty much have to just mash the But 30 tea button over and over again without being able to wait for a good price.
It's a fun game with a lot of potential. I think the design is really difficult because it's supposed to SEEM hard and desperate. Winning should feel like limping across the finish line. The Battle of Britain wasn't about Britain bravely massacring the Luftwaffe as soon as they crossed the Channel, it was about holding the country together while the RAF did whatever they could.
Here's my suggestions:
-Make the combat math more transparent(how much better are Spitfires?)
-Instead of ramping up the difficulty through random events and losing an inordinate amount of planes, just have a lot more German planes attack as the game goes on
-Someone else suggested more recruiters. Again, I'd balance this out with more German attacks
Random Idea: Ace Pilots
You'd have to track an individual pilot, but perhaps if a pilot survived X battles he turns into an Ace. You could either keep him on as a more effective pilot, or ground him to bolster recruiting efforts.
Ugh, really disappointed to see that the 8th stall can only be bought with Tokens. I know they're trying to make money, but I liked the idea that paying real money wasn't necessary to get the full experience...