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Beasts Battle 2

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Beasts Battle 2 is a turn-based strategy game in which you assemble an army and fight hordes of enemies. Peace in a fantasy kingdom has been shattered by the return of the Necromancer – a creature of darkness that wishes to enslave all living beings. Assemble the best warriors from all over the kingdom and achieve victory in an epic conflict.

In the Beasts Battle world, you travel alongside the princess of the kingdom, exploring new lands and fighting a variety of opponents, some of which may decide to join your army. Every creature possesses special skills, opening up opportunities for various battle tactics.



• An exciting campaign plot that takes you through varied areas
• Turn-based combat system
• Over 20 varied characters that can be upgraded.
• Hero leveling and skill tree
• Numerous artifacts with unique properties and a spellbook
• Highly detailed character models and game locations
• Bonus quests, dungeons and endless arenas

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Developer
Greenolor Studio
Publisher
Greenolor Studio
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://beastsbattle.com/

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: OS X 10.10 or later
  • Processor: Intel
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1 or higher
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Mouse

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, or XP Service Pack 3
  • Processor: 1 GHz processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Mouse
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Beasts Battle 2 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
"Beasts Battle 2" is a Casual turn-based strategy in the style of fantasy. Gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UiPNrTNBmk&t=117s Plot: In The Fairy Kingdom was found Ruby. By his Splits, people released the Universal Evil, which transforms the inhabitants of the kingdom into living dead. Go with the princess to the rescue expedition. Explore new lands, collect the army and repel the invasion of dark forces! Graphics and sound: "Beasts Battle 2" Is a hand-drawn graphic style. The Picture is bright, juicy, attractive. Everything is done qualitatively, with the drawing of the smallest details and a decent animation of each unit. The Music is charming. It'S not even fault. The Game is pleasing to the eye and hearing. Gameplay: The Main character travels through a huge map of the kingdom, collects troops and fights in turn-based battles. Our princess has an inventory with the ability to equip her with things that give extra bonuses. There is a book of spells and leveling skills. With the rise of the level, we distribute experience to different skills and get new magic. Pleases a variety of units. Each type Has its own skills, characteristics and style of attack, which makes it possible to use different tactics of combat. A Worthy representative of the genre. The Difficulty of the game can be adjusted to any player from the child to the fan strategies. The Game supports the Russian language. This is pleasing, given that it has a lot of humor and interesting dialogues. It is Surprising that with such an attractive picture, a variety of music and large-scale card game occupies a minimum of disk space (total 250 MB)! To All this bonus are achievements and collectible cards. You can read other reviews and subscribe to our curators. Welcome! 5 minutes of game
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I have For some reason passed this so-called game and I have to say the following: 1. In this turn-based game about tactics-tactics is not, at all. The Game is held at the last level of difficulty, never forcing to think. And the potential of her I do not see because: 2. The game has two playable spells: The wave of Fire and the resurrection of the rest are simply not used. 3. Pumping is not, you can hang on the second arena by extracting 150 gold for a set, Vanshoya the entire glade with a single wave of fire, this will allow you to dress in the topper and accumulate for a full army of minutes for 20, further passage will not even yawn. 4. Switching levels of difficulty affects only the size of the opponent's tub, nor the amount of experience gained or the amount of gold obtained complexity does not affect. I went through the whole game on a difficult level but never lost a single stack of fighters (except the bosfaite), therefore the level of difficulty increases only the time of the game and more quite-nothing, so play on the easy level of difficulty, you You want this game to be over soon. 5. The Plot? No, not seen: Go down the hallway, read Petrosjanskie jokes that you have already read on the previous point, zaklikivaete mobs, go down the hall, read Petrosjanskie jokes that you have already read on the previous point, Zaklikiv... 6. Skill Tree. The site of the game says "skill Tree hero with the ability to choose skills for your style of play" in fact it is not. Capa, Level 17, taking all the skills, you reach passing about 2/3 corridor, but really use will be only a couple of skills from the central branch. The coolest skill from the left you will not come in handy, because on the top unit: The Dragon, the magic still does not work, and there is no need it is not difficult, and spend all the mana to destroy one stack you will never want-a wave of fire is more profitable. The Right branch, which adds 5% to the experience gained and a little more gold is not needed at all for the reasons described above. Why did I spend 7 hours on it, you ask? I Wanted to finish until the game starts to match all of these (well, of course not paid) enthusiastic reviews, but I think I played some other game.
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