What I like:
Incredibly generous to free-play gamers, you can reroll 30 times for your first cards. The resources are also easy to acquire. Recently they’re promoting so you’ll get another crazy 90 draws for free. If you’re lucky enough you may get half of the SSR characters in the collection (though I got the Xiao Lin 4 times ). The controls are straightforward and easy. The story is attractive and the character visual arts are good.
What could be better:
There’s really not much I would change about otherwise I’m just being picky. Probably a bit more male characters to balance the genders (despite the fact that I know more boobs and cute faces can attract their target audience ).
This is a great game and I look forward to seeing more of this gem shine in the near future！
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[[OBT]] Q :What kind of game is this A :Unit deploy straight lane tower defense RPG (like line rangers, stick war, etc but personally i think this is better with an actual big brain needed) with some azur lane field-like stage type where you move your carriage to start a battle (Pve only and very mportant) Q :How is the ui A :It is becoming pretty good, i can see the potential of it by now Q : How is the voice acting A : I dont speak korean, but the VAs are amazing in my opinion, pretty much natural. I'd love to hear more! Q : How is the graphic A : One of the best out there (The overall design(?) are very close to closers) Q : How is the gacha rate A : 0/30 x 10 reroll for the first time recruitment, with 1 SSR unit each reroll . The gacha ratrs arent that bad (around 2%) Q : Do you need duplicate character to make your unit stronger "Spesifically" ? A : Specific, no. But you can also ascend a units with dupes. Also, you can deploy dupes on another team Q : How is the overall sound A : Nice, give applause to the bgm team 👏👏 (not sarcastic) Q : How is the currency A : The "gems" currency not only used as gacha, still can't say about the currency. There is a value which can be gotten only by paid with real money, used for buying some skins, in game currency, and gems Overall i will give it 8/10 , worth to play Also , for units there are : -Tiddies -Petites -Lolis -Armies -Tanks -Helicopters -Drones -Males -Shotas -Daddies -Stronghold hyung-nim [開心]
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