Legend of Solgard

Legend of Solgard

By King

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-08-17
  • Current Version: 1.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 312.37 MB
  • Developer: King
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 11,561 Ratings

Description

In this unique RPG, combat enemies and bosses with the creatures you collect, level up your hero powers and loot treasure from Norse legend! Join Embla in her epic fight to stop the end of all worlds and establish her as one of Solgard’s most powerful heroes. Use strategy to battle hordes of ice enemies in the Hero Arena, claim bounties on legendary villains, defeat epic Bosses and win the war against evil to become a true legend of Solgard. Solgard is turning to winter, its creatures trapped in ice crystals and its worlds turning to ice. Ragnarok, the end of the world has started and only Embla can fight it. With the powers of The Sun Goddess, it is up to Embla to gather an army of creatures and together, battle and conquer the icy evil that threatens Solgard… Grow an army of creatures, explore the worlds of Solgard and win the war against eternal frost one battle at a time while discovering the secrets of Norse legend! In this epic new RPG, strategy and creatures of legend are the best assets for you to dominate the arena. In this RPG adventure: • Test your skills against other heroes and fight in the Hero Arena • Form guilds with other players and fight together to battle epic Guild Bosses • Collect allies and treasure from Norse legend • Grow and power up your hero and army • Use Tactics and Strategy to fight with an army of creatures • Develop your hero with godlike powers • Battle with epic fantasy creatures and bosses The war to prevent Ragnarok has begun and each battle will require your best strategy. Are you ready to fight epic battles and enter the pantheon of Solgard’s ancient heroes? Download this new RPG now and be part of the legend! Legend of Solgard is completely free to play, but some optional in-game items will require payment. By downloading this app on your mobile you are agreeing to our terms of service; http://about.king.com/consumer-terms/terms You must be connected to the Internet to access full game features. You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings. Easily sync the game between devices and access full game features when connected to the internet.

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Reviews

  • Good game, needs polishing

    2
    By Jdjammer
    I’ll be honest, I spent on this game and got a starter pack. That being said I enjoyed myself up to the point where it became painfully obvious (on a level with rotating 7 power dragons who beat me about 20 times) that without spending money to earn better heroes, I was going nowhere. I don’t and won’t endure games where dumb luck becomes the only way to win. Candy crush and some others were deleted similarly. Figure out how to create a game without being greedy, or making parts overly hard requiring purchases to proceed, and make it about skill. If and when that happens, I’ll come back.
  • I was having fun until...

    2
    By JcskinNbone
    This title has promise but the mix of strategy and rng makes certain stages far more difficult than they have any reason to be. For example: stage 35 pits you against ever growing power monsters with limited options to place defenses. The likely solution is to be more aggressive with your units rather than make defenses because the option for making walls is limited by design of the map and the enemies one shot you through thick defenses. However, a powerful attack requires good rng to occur, meaning I spent 2 hours trying to farm for good rng in this chapter 1 (Midgard by their terms) stage. I eventually gave up because I realized this game is frustrating and flawed. It expects you to have a good strategy, regardless of whether you are able to set up anything useful, based on the rng it provides to place your units. In general, many mobile freemium games use this method to make the game addicting, in this case however I found it irritating. Especially when I think I’m into a reasonable strategy only to have them place a unit with rng onto the “only spot I didn’t want to have a elfling” wasting my valuable move points. Once in a while I would be okay but this seems to be the general pace of the game. I gave this game 2 stars, the aesthetics are pleasing, the story is lame and unoriginal, the gameplay is deceptive in its fun factor and pulls you into an rng nightmare when you’re close to the end of chapter 1. A title that looks promising even about an hour in, but then becomes very unfun. I wouldn’t want to grind out some of these rare units they offer if my reward is bad rng and trolly puzzle tiles.
  • Wonderfully put game

    5
    By Alch3mistfit
    I enjoy the puzzle portion of the game and the portions of the units, it brings a new vibe to the app developer era.
  • Fun but Far From perFect

    3
    By Pursane
    The game is pretty entertaining and fun, but there are a couple of huge problems with it; First of all the devs have compensated for their inability to create a challenging AI buy the use of rigged RNG. You could meet a final boss of some gang and they would do the most stupid moves and ignore the extremely obvious good choices, yet they would almost get a match every time they refill their board and win only by the amazing RNG that their board refills are. The other problem, Unbalanced and greedy loot system and cooldowns. This game is waaay too greedy. You could farm for hours and you won’t make enough money or get enough pieces to do the most basic upgrades. You would do a treasure hunt for something less than 200 coins and the game will ask you to pay 150 gems to reset the hours cooldown. Overall, I'm still casually enjoying the game and am looking forward to see more improvements in the future.
  • Great initially

    2
    By Tony&ChrisNM
    This is a very fun game that really draws you in at the start. At first it seems like there is good progression. And it is true that there are enough game modes that you can “grind” and level up your character. But alas it will happen - the inevitable paywall. Unfortunately it comes in a pretty frustrating way as things seem to go good until your turns no longer can come up with matches in any way shape or form as the computer. Yes I get it’s a game of chance but something gets really fishy when you can have the exact same characters as the computer (on arena mode for example) and somehow every turn they get matches on ALL their moves and you PERHAPS get one. It happens very consistently almost to the point that you have no choice but to spend to level up your characters or to unlock new ones to stand a chance. Even if the computer got matches half the time it would be more balanced but they seriously get the best random placement 90% of the time. There’s no way I should get obliterated over and over using the same characters at the same level as the computer. And the campaign eventually uses so much energy even if you win you can only play around 5 matches or so before having to wait for the extremely slow energy refill system. So again to play you’ll have to pay. I really really liked this game and the numerous game mode options made me feel like I could patiently grind day by day but the playing field has officially become way to unbalanced.
  • Lots of fun

    5
    By Little john 1965
    Fun and easy
  • Fun but pacing could use work

    4
    By AdagioEq
    It definitely takes a while to feel out the strategy in this game. I feel like, compared to others I have played it takes a long time to level up and win prizes. I do feel like I am getting the hang of it, but could use a few more rewards to pull people through the first stages of the game since it takes a while to figure out what the heck is going on.
  • Fun game, fun units, but...

    3
    By Stupid Casual
    Leveling up your units is abysmally slow. It’s reminding me of the “good old days” in Everquest, where gaining one level could take a week or more, except that in this game it takes even longer. At the current rate it would take 5 or more years to get some of these units to level cap. You could spend money to speed things up a bit of course but I wager you would have to spend tens of thousands of dollars to level cap a few units, especially the legendaries, and in a world where you can buy a full game for $60... So yeah, I’d five star this game for most of the other aspects but the progression model is horrible. After maybe a month of fun you run into a wall and your progress is essentially halted without serious money spending.
  • Solgard

    5
    By Fire + Ice Connie
    Dynamic game. My ancestors were Vikings powerful and true.
  • Wonderful(ly) (Infuriating) Strategy

    1
    By rburky
    What a great little (luck) strategy game. For a second I was surprised to run into a difficulty wall, but then I remembered who made the game. It's normal to play a King game and want to commit not alive while playing it! My original rating was 4 stars. I've dropped it because the difficulty wall is becoming more and more obvious. Treasure hunts (important for giving you currency essential for upgrading your creatures) are suddenly super difficult. Guess that leaves paying real money as the obvious advancement choice! How convenient. You're so money-hungry. Can't a game be made to be fun instead of frustrating any more?!

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