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Submitted by IanDeMartino 715d ago | review

Battleheart Android Review -- Gamewoof

Battleheart takes everything that we loved about Castle Crashers (minus the co-op) and gives it a brand new feel and a few extra levels of depth by giving it a control scheme that is designed from the ground up for touchscreens. In doing so developer Mika Mobile has made a game that is completely unique and a ton of fun. It is a bit like if you mixed Castle Crashers with an RTS and threw in a few extra RPG elements to round it all out. The result is addicting and captivating. (Android, Battleheart, Casual games, Mobile) 4/5

schlanz  +   714d ago
It's a great game but a bit grindy. Definitely benefits from being played on larger displays also. Small screens are difficult to be as accurate with selecting the intended targets.

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