Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians is a turn based game focused on players raising various creatures and enhancing them for greater efficiency in battle. You don't technically raise them, but that helps set a mood for how the level system works. You're basically grabbing them from these soul crystals, enchanting them to a degree and using the in-game currency to improve aspects of their abilities. There are some elements of a story present told between the chapters and areas you battle through. The game is split into a number of almost chapters as you work from place to place in small battles eventually reaching an end boss. There's a lot of content present and you're rarely ever restricted from playing.
There's an energy system that determines how much combat you can have at once, yet I never seemed to run out. There's also an arena where you can setup a creature guard and some main menu places to adjust things. Combat is simple, being turn based the two opposing factions face-off. You can set it to automatically play or you can tap the strikes yourself. Each creature has their own set of abilities that can be upgraded over time. They level up and unleash upon the foes, though healing abilities can also be used. There are a wide range of creatures to collect, they're greatly detailed and have unique combative powers. The environments are varied enough and you venture through a good quantity of missions with more surely on the way.
Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians is a great game, there are many creatures to use and lots of content to explore. I didn't find the microtransactions to be very aggressive, but you may need to put extra effort into enhancing items since they can fail to upgrade. The combat works fine, it's not as hands-on as I'd like yet these games are popular for mobile devices. I had a good time with the game getting a crew together and learning to use their strengths against any foes that would come across my path. It was neat to get more characters and the unlocks are granted constantly as to keep your attention. The visuals are great, with options to adjust those further if your device can handle it. Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians is impressive, it looks good and is full of content.
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