If you’re into MMORPG’s this may just be the game for you. Avatar fight has a ton of features that will keep you occupied for hours. Don’t expect to begin at the top of the heap though. This game is designed to allow your avatar to grow in reputation and stature the more you play. If you want to succeed you’ll need to play, and play some more. It’s a free app, and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
When you start out with Avatar fight you can choose from a number of characters, such as knights and vampires. Once you’ve decided on a character it’s time to get started building your characters attributes and reputation. I suggest exploring the various aspects of the game before you get too carried away. It pays to familiarize yourself with the world of Avatar fight as there isn’t really a lot of help offered, you basically have to learn the game by trial and error. I found this a little disappointing.
If you like games with cute cartoon characters you won’t be disappointed with Avatar Fight. The characters are definitely fun, and it’s a nice touch that you can add your own pets as your own personal sidekicks. If you prefer something with a little darker edge or a little more realism Avatar fight is probably not what you’re looking for.
The game centers on the home screen, from here you can explore various aspects of the Avatar Fight world. You’ll notice a bar at the top of the screen that provides you with your characters stats, things such as strength, heart, and energy. This is sort of an indicator of how you’re doing in the game. You can improve these numbers through purchases and victories in fights and contests. Your level indicator is located just below this stats bar on the left-hand side. As you increase your level within the game, the greater your opportunities will be.
You’ll notice a series of round buttons on the bottom left of the home screen. It’s here that you’ll access the main part of the adventure. You can go to the shop to buy weapons, armor, and potions: don’t forget to select a pet. Pets can help you in your fights. They can be the difference between victory and defeat, so choose wisely! You can also go to school, although I didn’t find this all that helpful. Basically, it gives you a minor tip at best. Probably the most exciting part of this game is the arena. Inside the arena you can choose to fight or conquer. Fights help you to increase your player’s stats, but if you can conquer other characters you can eventually develop your own guild. Developing your own guild through fights and conquest is ultimately what you want to aim for so you’ll want to tackle the arena often. Unfortunately I found the fights a little disappointing. The fights are simulated: you do not control the characters. The only control you have over the fight is in developing your character by adding weapons and pets. Once again, I found this a little disappointing.
A decent amount of in game options to develop your character
Very little game play instruction, you have to learn through trial and error
Perhaps a little too cute, lacks realism
The school doesn’t really provide a lot of tips
The fights are simulated, you don’t control the action
If you enjoy MMORPG’s that offer a lot of opportunity to build and develop your character, then Avatar Fight has a lot to offer. There are a lot of little details in this game that make it interesting. If however you prefer a game where you have more control over the action, then this is probably not what you’re looking for. It really is a matter of preference.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.