Tower of Saviors is a role-playing and puzzle game that was strongly influenced by ‘Puzzles and Dragons’. In this game, you can create your own character and group of adventurers in order to fight against hundreds of different enemies during an epic adventure.
OK, we’ve seen so far how trading card games got merged with management and even action games, so nobody should be struck when we say that Tower of Saviors bring cards to burst-three-of-a-kind genre. In this case, cards represent mythical creatures unaware of intelligent design debates (oh, that was a pun) that can be merged one with an other to improve their stats and skills. However, in the very moment of fight, cards don’t defend on their own and need your help to match bubbles and make combos. There are nearly three hundred different cards, so we can say that your primary goal will be to try to get (I nearly meant “catch”) them all.
During the game, Tower of Saviors players can improve their character’s skills by passing levels, selecting new teammates or improving the mascots that they acquire during the combats.
When you are facing off against an enemy, the battle will develop using mechanics that are very similar to those of the ‘connect three’ games. You have to match three gems of the same color in order to launch an attack using that element. You can move the colored gems freely around the board.
You will find more than four hundred different battles in Tower of Saviors. You will face all kinds of enemies inspired by myths from Greece, China or Egypt, among other countries. In addition, you can participate in unique battles and events every day.
It's an original, entertaining and challenging game. It can be played for free though you can spend as much as you can in ultra-rare beasts or boosting your progress to avoid low stamina breaks. Recommendable for any collectible card gamer looking for more actual action or for any casual player looking for a little bit more of depth in his or her games.