It is time for The Battle Cats Game Review. In this review, you will know a lot of things about this amazing game.
In 2012, the Japanese launched a secret project. To take revenge on the American people for what they did after Pearl Harbour. Nuclear Missiles were a mistake that the Americans made in World War 2.
With time passing, and new technologies invented, the Japanese created a deadly weapon. Their new weapon was sent into America. Code name “Battle Cats”.
The Battle Cats is a free app available to download for most smartphones. Combining a basic display with humorous 2D graphics and charming, energetic music and sound effects, The Battle Cats is an extraordinary Tower Defense free app by Ponos Corp.
All of this is to say: PONOS‘ the newest game is long on charm and spelling errors but is still tons of fun. It’s a tower defense game, but with a couple of key twists.
Yes, there are cats, but also your focus is more on dispatching units from your single tower instead of upgrading the structure itself. You can improve your tower, but the points you earn are mainly spent to upgrade your troops.
The Battle Cat Game Features
Super Simple Battle System
Just tap on the Cat you want to fight for you!
Fire the Cat Cannon to blast antiheroes getting too close to your base! Overcome weird enemies with the right Cat squad and take down the enemy base!
Super Simple Leveling System
Clear stages to get XP and items to level up the Cats! What will they evolve to at level 10? Can you unlock their True Form?
Super Simple Fun
Gameplay of The Battle Cats Game Review
The display is very simple and easy to manage. There are only two buttons to use during game-play: one to fire the Cat Cannon, a sweeping attack that damages all enemies in its range, and the other to fund the “Work Cat”, a passive cat that generates income for the cats.
The Cat Cannon and Work Cat can both be upgraded just like the normal cats. Some stages are larger or smaller than others, creating an element of strategy to how much money should be invested in the Work Cat, or when the Cat Cannon should be fired in between recharges.
In the main menu, the game’s humor comes to light. After progressing far enough, players unlock new options such as the Encyclopedia, which gives humorous descriptions of all the enemies the player has encountered thus far.
The bread and butter of the app, like many others of its kind, is that it is free and addicting. While players can opt to enhance their game by buying additional experience points and currency (cat food), the game is entirely free to play and offers daily rewards in the form of new cats, power-ups, and additional experience points.
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