Soda Dungeon 2 is the sequel to the free mobile game Soda Dungeon released in 2015 and was later ported to PC. Like the original, Soda Dungeon 2 is a game in which players explore huge dungeons, fight monsters, upgrade local villages for better equipment, and fight to clear higher stages. The quests and collected resources can be upgraded through the town's tavern, and you can find more diverse adventurers and purchase new sodas for various upgrades.
Saw this being trendy on TapTap for a few days, plus, it’s an exclusive thing, so I decided to give it a try. To be honest, the visuals aren’t very appealing to me. That’s my first impression. The game is easy to pick up. It’s basically a tower dense game, where players need to sleep to get coins, use coins to buy equipment and strengthen the dorm, and the ultimate goal is to defeat the Dream Hunter.
Shadowverse' is a mobile TCG that gives the fun of fierce brain battles. This game, developed by Cygames, is a game in which you choose one of eight leader characters, form a deck that the leader can use, and play strategically against your opponent. If the opponent's leader's HP is exhausted in a match, the game is won. In 'Shadow Bus', the evolution system that improves the card's ability melts into the fun of using a leader equipped with each play method in the existing TCG style, delivering the fun of brain battles through immersive battles.
● Warpath is an RTS game made by Lilith Games, who also made the Rise of Kingdom. ● It becomes frustrating when you have to face off against pay to win fighters. Warpath is a cash grab. ● Historically accurate WW2 units. Lilith Games do like developing RTSs, After Rising of Kingdoms and AFK Arena, Warpath comes to us. I haven't been particularly fond of mobile command & conquer games, because they are always being cash grabs and some of them reached beyond reason level. Warpath is no exception, it becomes frustrating when you have to face off against pay to win fighters. If you’re not in the scope of the rich, I suggest you be more cautious of playing those kinds of games. If you’re one of the rich, here are some game features you might want to know.