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Chaos Reborn

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From Julian Gollop, the designer of the original, award-winning XCOM game comes Chaos Reborn - a turn-based wizard combat game with single player Realm Quests and many online options. Between 2 and 6 players can challenge each other to magical duels in a variety of arenas using a spell deck of interesting spells and creatures - including the Gooey Blob, Shadow Wood, and more. There is a monthly league system and several game modes with live or asynchronous battles. You can explore the Realms of Chaos fighting Wizard Lords and Kings, and invite players to join you in co-op battles, or act as an invader in someone else's realm. These Realms can be designed by player Wizard Kings and rated by other players.
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Snapshot Games Inc.
Snapshot Games
Snapshot Games Inc., Snapshot Games
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System requirements for Linux

  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Shader model 3
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support, or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 3) or later
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.6+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Any card with shader model 3
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Chaos Reborn reviews and comments

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I haven't played such a Game in a long time. Not only the whole Game system is great, but also the people who play It. I haven't experienced such a great community in a long time. Game Principle The game is divided into small turn-based Battles in which up to 4 Wizards try to eliminate the other Wizards or even the opposing Team when you play 2 versus 2. Unlike most Games, it's exactly ONE Hits, because this is not about Life points but about Shopping. This means when your Wizard is hit the Game is over, but it is not as simple as it sounds to protect yourself or to heat up your Opponent is of course also conjured up. You start with more or less random Magic cards and can play exactly one Magic per Round. And again, Chaos Reborn Is very different from similar Games, because no matter how strong a Spell you can try him to Play at any time. Yes, I also try to try, because every Spell Has a percentage Probability of functioning, so you have to consider whether you are now trying to Summon a mighty Dragon Who, with his Ranged attacks and his high Defense, Enemies with recklessness take apart or go on Number-proof and first summon a Lion whose Probability is 80%, which is only medium good. In addition to the Incantations of Monsters, there is also the Possibility to summon weapons and Shields for the wizards to make them colored fighters themselves or to let a Wall of Trees come out of the Ground. But no matter how strong a Monster is, ONE Attack is enough to destroy it. Of course, it is not exactly smart to attack a Giant with a Rat, but with a lot of Luck you can also win such a Fight. Game Modes The Game is best played against other Players and can probably lose appeal very quickly offline, but before now all The single Player friends here want to stop reading STOP! For in addition to the modes mentioned earlier, in which up to 4 Wizards cling on the Pear, there are also the so-called "Realms." Worlds in which one alone tries to overthrow the King. You start on a World Map and drive through the World in search of the Palace where the King you want to kapputhauen is staying. During the Search you will find Ruins, Cities, Portals and much more and can, among other things, buy Equipment and recruit Companions to help you on your Journey. When you come across one of the Lords of this World, normal Turn-based battles occur in which you can even get Help from foreign Players but don't have to. It can even happen that the enemy Lord is controlled by another Player in the Fight, if something like that interferes but you can also switch it off via an Option Menu. Outside of the Fights, you occasionally get a small text that describes your current Situation and you can then choose from several Ways you react to it. If you Do "right," there are Rewards. As I understand this, the "Realms" are created by Players who have reached a certain Level or are among the kickstarters and the King of the Realm is then mostly an AI controlled Copy of the Creator. By the Way, the Game principle of the Battles is explained very well and simply by way through a Tutorial so that even people can Play It, who call themselves FuttBuck. At the moment, however, one should have taken at least School English with you, because the Game is only playable in English at the moment and if one wants to communicate with your Fellow Players, helpful also usually ^ ^. Conclusion I could of course write extensively about every single Piece of play, such as the Talismans around which one or the Other Opponent has already envied me or about the Chaos and order that ensure that Cards are determined during a Match. Have a higher Probability, but if you are not yet hot, the host is probably no longer ^ ^. That's why great Recommendation to People who stand on turn-based Action clenched in small Battles! PS: Since I have read the Chaos Realm a pure Gamble several times now, I want to say: No. Of course it can happen that an 80% Spell goes next to it but if you shed a Spell You get as compensation Mana and the higher The Chance the more Mana you get as well. And with Mana again around, you can increase your Chance to up to 100% at the next Spell. I certainly don't have a 90% Victory rate because I eat 4 Leafy Clovers and Rushs I don't do anything. So don't be too put off by such Reviews;)
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