The mix always pleases, and for that reason, it is more and more frequent to see titles, as much in cinema as in series and video games, in which there is no longer only one protagonist but several. Or as in the case of this Disney Heroes Battle Mode, in which the protagonists come from different worlds, although they are as similar to each other as the Disney and Pixar universes.
The bet has been carried out through Disney, PerBlue being in charge of developing a new mobile game with touches of the role and whose operation reminds us of a lot of other bets on the market. Bets as recent as the last game in South Park, without going any further. Although here the characters are not so irreverent, perhaps they are better known.
50 characters available in Disney Heroes Battle Mode
In Disney Heroes: Battle Mode we can find Mr. Incredible, Rompe Ralph, or the protagonist couple of Zootropolis, both the rabbit Judy Hopps and the fox Nick Wilde and even more characters. All combined within a game that, as we said, has certain role-playing overtones and that allow each character to evolve, and with it each of their attacks.
The approach is simple, it is a game in which we must move laterally through each screen and in which our characters constantly advance. We simply have to decide which attack to use at each moment for each of them through touches on the screen, and we can already try to beat every enemy that the game puts in front of us.
With 25 characters at the time of its launch, Disney Heroes Battle Mode already has up to 50 different characters that evolve with the passage of the games and acquire new movements, which join our repertoire. These characters will increase in number over the weeks, and we imagine that Disney will use these updates as a way to continue promoting a title that is now available for both iOS and Android.
In both cases we are talking about a free game, although the most correct would be to define it as free-to-play . We download it for free but if we want to move faster than normal we will have to go through the box. As in other games of this type, it is up to the user to decide what he wants to do, whether to play at normal speed or to ‘dop’ with in-game purchases.
To buy skills we will have virtual currency in the game itself, which we can collect as we advance in the title or also add it through payments with real money. As we say, Disney Heroes: Battle Mode is already available for both iOS and Android. Try it and tell us how it goes.
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