- infinite range
Igor Arkhipov, Polina Salnikova
- sign in methods (Android)
Google, Facebook, Guest / none, Other account
- PC/console/browser cross-play
- server / region selection
- misleading advertising
- ads amount
- energy / keys system
- tower types
- clan wars
Rush Royale is another mobile Random Defense TD game set in a fantasy world. Despite the generic name and slightly misleading ads, it's still a solid and polished title for fans of the genre.
From the very first moments, you can tell that the game catches the eye. Colorful, joyful fantasy is not an uncommon theme in gaming nowadays. Still, the artwork here is exceptionally vivid, adding a new area of experiences to the static game board. Too bad there's no animation or voice-acting for off-match art.
During random defense matches, it's crucial to easily recognize units - and Rush Royale does this well, with additional colors & shapes. Still, given they're such tiny elements - they look neat, detailed, and smoothly animated, making the battles a pretty pleasant experience. Environments are also high quality - you can even see clouds casting shadows. The UI is also at the top of what this kind of game could offer.
The core gameplay is well known to everyone who knows what "random defense" is. Just click the summon button to spend mana on a random level-1 unit in a random spot. Those units will constantly be shooting enemies, trying to prevent them from reaching your base. Each kill means additional mana, available to spend on the next tower (although it'll get more expensive). To make space on board - you'll be able to merge 2 same characters into one random of a higher grade. You can also spend mana on upgrading unit type or cast hero skills from time to time.
What's more, tower types not only come with attack types or targeting priority but also often with special perks affecting gameplay. This varies from multishot or slow to special effects when merging or depending on placement. Killing monsters makes them appear on the opponent's side, so it's possible to quickly turn the tide and win the match.
There's also a co-op mode for those who like less competitive games, where 2 players together defend one base. Outside battle, you'll probably be trying to unlock more tower types to test new strategies - and upgrade existing ones. Some units even come with a skill tree, adding even more perks - and there's "faction blessing" periodically affecting the whole class of units. The features list won't end just there - you can obtain additional heroes, upgrade them for new skills, gear them, and there's even a GvG system. The game is also available for browsers, so you can cross-play with those that aren't into mobile gaming.
There are many ways to progress faster while watching ads - yet fortunately, it's possible just to ignore them, and no ads are forced. You can also purchase some chests with unit shards, premium currency, or get a premium pass.
Last update: 12 Aug 2022 01:08
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