Stick War: Legacy review
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Stick War: Legacy is a turn-based strategy game for iOS that is designed to feel like a desktop game. Players take turns trying to destroy their opponents towers, and the last player standing wins. Players can use many different units to destroy other players towers, and can use buildings to help defend themselves. Stick War: Legacy is a fast paced, turn-based strategy game that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The game has a huge number of maps, and there are also plenty of different unit types, which means that there are many different ways to play. There are also many different game modes, and the game is completely free to download and play.
In Stick War: Legacy, players take turns moving their units and trying to destroy their opponents towers. Players can use many different units such as the swordsmen, which are good at attacking other units, and the archers, which can shoot from a distance. Players can also use buildings to help defend themselves, such as the small hut which can be upgraded to a house, and the large house which can be upgraded to a castle. Stick War: Legacy is a turn-based strategy game, which means that it has a very high level of replayability. The gameplay is very fast-paced, and the game really makes you think before you attack. There are many different unit types, and many different ways to play.
Stick War: Legacy is a turn-based strategy game, and is designed to feel like a desktop game. The gameplay is displayed from an overhead perspective, and looks like a board game. Units are moved by dragging them to an adjacent tile, and players can see their enemies units when they are close enough. Buildings are also displayed from an overhead perspective, and have a 2D design. The graphics in Stick War: Legacy are fairly simple, but they are also very detailed. They are very colourful, and the animations are very smooth.
Stick War: Legacy is an iOS game, and is designed to be played on a mobile device. This means that players can't save the game in the middle of a game, and can't play Stick War: Legacy on a computer. Stick War: Legacy is turn-based, so players can take their time playing the game and strategizing. Players can also play against the AI, or against friends in a local game.
Stick War: Legacy is a turn-based strategy game that is designed to feel like a desktop game. The game has a huge number of maps and unit types, which makes it very playable. The graphics are fairly simple, but are also very detailed. The game can be downloaded for free.
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