Sudoku For Dogs: Review of an Uncomplicated Classic Game

PUBG Mobile Game is a highly anticipated application from the developer Kongregate. This is the first application from this brand that lets players compete with each other in a massive multiplayer environment. The name of the game itself speaks for itself - it's just a game about building and protecting castles in the land where castles are your primary targets. Players can customize their Kongs by using hundreds of different body parts, each with a specific use and special skills. Each player can build three islands, then invite friends to join the fun.



Particular Game


This particular game has been available to a limited number of iPhone users for a short time now. Although the application does work on the iPhone, it's not a full blown game. Players can only move and climb up the ladders using a specific platform. They are also able to use one-touch gestures, although these too have some restrictions. As a result, it's not possible to fully swing and toss items in this version of the mobile plat former.



Control Scheme game


Another issue with the game is the control scheme itself. The controls are one of those mobile games that are hard to understand at times and hard to master at others. Sometimes, one is left wondering how exactly to hit an opponent or pull off a trick shot. For example, in one level there's a green button that allows a player to drop a coin, but using this, the player is unable to move his Kong at all.


For those familiar with the iPhone, it's easy to see why this one might be a disappointment. The interface is fairly basic and is simple enough to allow anyone to master it. That said, it still suffers from frequent connection errors that take quite a while to fix. It's not impossible to fix these errors, but the time spent doing so will more than likely be less than if a person had spent a couple of minutes fixing the connection issues.


That being said, having saved my iPhone from errors, I did manage to get around the one difficulty hurdle involved with this game. With that out of the way, I was able to focus on learning all of the basics of the controls and the various moves involved in the game. Even though one may think that each level is pretty much identical, that isn't the case at all. The differences between levels come in the fact that some allow for more complex puzzles, while others are more action based.


As with any app, it's important to remember that it won't take a lot of time to become accustomed to the interface. Many people give up because of this. While that may be the case with some apps, this one doesn't require that you master the controls all at once. All you need to do is simply move your Kong about and watch it swing about the screen. After a while, you should find that it almost flows as you play the game. And you can always go back and breeze through the earlier levels, if you feel the need.



Game Feature


Another one of the features I really liked was that this game supports a number of languages. Players of this game aren't limited to only one language. That means that you can play with your friends who speak different languages as well. This makes it very easy to communicate with folks around the world. I've even seen some requests from foreign users to play the game!


The graphics and audio components of this mobile game are both very solid. It's interesting to see what effects this game has on mobile devices, particularly since many of these devices are packed with powerful specifications nowadays. With that being said, I have to admit that I was quite surprised by the quality of the graphics and the audio elements of the game.