Review Archero Each map has about 20 – 50 stages for you to try, if you are familiar with the rhythm of the game you can only take 15 minutes to solve it neatly. But it’s a ‘master’, if you’re just getting used to it or just entering a new level. You’ll definitely spend a few hours. So beware of Archero’s ‘addictive’ appeal before going into battle! Revealing when experiencing to evaluate Archero. I myself had to spend nearly 5 hours in a row to overcome the Desert Storm. And the feeling of success… was so exciting. Yes! I’m ‘addicted’.
When entering the game you will transform into a super gunner hero with a bow weapon named Brave. Your mission is to destroy the evil forces that are trying to remove you from the world you are trying to protect.
The gameplay is very simple, you will only need to control your character to dodge the monsters and the attacks that they respond to you. At the same time, you will receive random skills after leveling up. Because through each stage the monsters will get stronger and you also need to increase your damage and defense stats to fight them. After a period of experience, I have positive and negative reviews of Archero. Let’s find out more details right here!
Why is Achero addictive?
- Simple graphics
Review Archero, this is a game with simple and light graphics. So it is suitable for all models with configurations from popular, cheap to high-end. Gentle gameplay requires a smooth combination of finger movement with flexible thinking. The game is not picky, as long as you like adventure and challenge, you can play it. Moreover, the arrangement of stages is very logical when taking players from the initial simple levels to the later difficult levels. Making the player have to brood a few times to be able to pass.
The ‘virtual’ lever to control the character’s movement can also change position depending on where you put your finger. I appreciate this setting. I can quickly get the character out of surprise attacks from monsters without caring. If I have the right finger on the lever.
- Can be played anytime, anywhere
Especially the game can be played both online and offline, so you can ‘practice’ anytime, anywhere, as long as you are free. The game also allows you to continue the level you are currently playing. For example, when you are fighting fiercely with monsters. When your mother calls you to eat, your lover texts, you can completely exit and continue playing later. Even if you accidentally exit the game from multitasking. You can still continue in the stage you were playing in the middle.
- Various skills and equipment
Review Archero the skill and equipment system of the game is also a point that makes the game more attractive than ever. You can flexibly combine skills to create your own power in each play. Equipment is completely free and easy to upgrade them. All you need to do is fight a lot to get upgraded equipment and materials.
Skills are randomly provided to you through your character’s level ups and lucky spins when defeating ‘boss’ monsters in certain stages. I find this mechanism very good, like a spiritual reward for players to promote their abilities.
When going through the stage you can also meet ‘Angel’ that allows you to heal or choose a random skill. Sometimes you meet a ‘Demon’. You have to trade a maximum amount of health for an attractive skill like walking on water, walking through walls, etc. Sometimes you can even come across a ‘Trader’ Mystery’ to buy valuable items such as equipment and upgrade materials.
I also suggest you 2 ways to build items that I think will have an advantage when fighting:
Long range poke: If you like sniping and crit monster damage, you should level up skills in a long-range shooting style. With abilities such as increased fire speed, increased crit, increased attack stats, and increased number of arrows shoot out, etc…
Melee armor: Let’s skill up in close range style like ice circle, fire circle, poison circle, will create gems with power flying around you, choose to raise character’s health from angels. But note that with this skill up, you need to have a keen eye and high sensitivity to dodge as quickly as possible.
In addition to simple but eye-catching images, Archero also has very lively sound. I love the sound of the arrow hitting the monster, it’s very enjoyable to listen to, the sound after you defeat the monster and the jingle of the coins dropping is even more attractive. Even the attacks and cries of the monsters were very real. Sound is an important thing that every game needs to take care of and I rate Archero’s sound as an ‘addictive’ game.
Game is still balanced despite ‘Dolar’
Archero game is free, but you need 5 energy (5 lightning) to have a turn but the energy bar is limited to 20 lightning bolts, or you want to open the treasure chest to get more VIP items, so what to do this? Don’t worry Archero allows you to buy more gems and energy with real money very easily. I see it only costs 51,000 VND for 300 gems + 10,000 coins + free respawn 5 times, then you can use 100 gems to exchange 20 rays set for 4 plays.
However, if you are a simple entertainment person who does not want to invest too much, feel free to play because the game is mainly aimed at training skills, or you can “plow” ads to get more gems and energy.
Can play offline but need wifi to upgrade
I still can’t understand, a game that allows to play without wifi but when upgrading equipment, it says ‘network error’. Similarly, when you have enough conditions to respawn without the Internet, you also give up and play again from the beginning. I think this is a problem that Archero needs to fix to give players the best experience.
It takes a long time to reach master level
Each map has about 20 – 50 stages for you to try, if you are familiar with the rhythm of the game you can only take 15 minutes to solve it neatly. But it’s a ‘master’, and if you’re just getting used to the game or just entering a new level, you’ll definitely need a lot more than the 15 minutes. So, be careful with Archero’s ‘addictive’ appeal before joining the battle! Revealing, when experiencing the game Archero, I myself had to spend nearly 5 hours in a row to overcome the ‘Storm Desert’, and the feeling of success was so exciting. Yes! i was addicted.
Although Archero has some limitations, I think this is a game worth playing and highly entertaining. You can not only relieve stress but also train yourself to think quickly. You also pay attention to allocating leisure time with Archero reasonably to avoid being ‘addicted’ like me. Above are my evaluations of Archero after a period of experience. Please download and fight with the evil monsters to protect your own land, wish you happy moments of entertainment.
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