Soda Dungeon – Mini Review!

What is it?

Since it released, I hadn’t missed a day of FFRK. That was, until I found the incredibly addictive Soda Dungeon. The two games are quite similar in that you face off in a party of five against up to four different enemies, obtaining new equippable items and gold as you go, but that’s probably where the similarities end. Soda Dungeon sees you hanging out at a soda tavern, hiring adventurers to do your adventuring for you, and they’ll return all the goodies at the end of the day. There are tonnes of levels to go through and a lot of different ways to upgrade your tavern to make your adventurers the most deadly in the universe.

Platform(s)

iOS & Android

Pros
Cons
Addictive.
Potentially limitless levels.
AI isn’t bad and understands what to do in certain situations better than most.
Bright and colourful.
Games can take a lot of time.
Ads.

Verdict:

Soda Dungeon is a ridiculously addictive game. I’m finding that even when I’m playing it on auto, I’ve got my eyes on it trying to see how my minions are getting on in the tower. Given that some people are reporting getting to level 25,000 in the game (which would be approximately 250,000 enemy fights) and I’m on level 400 after about ten hours, I’m pretty sure it’s a game that I’ll be playing for a very long time. It’s great fun, addictive and well worth playing, and if that’s not enough, it’s free. Definitely something to download.

 

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