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Essays 11 January 2021, 17:39

author: Patrick Manelski

A fanatic of MMO-games, who's lost in the fantasy world. He won't say no to a good book or TV series.

The Best Android Games 2020

The first quarter is behind us, and we already have a pretty decent selection of mobile games to check. Especially now, when a lot of people have more time.

A3: Still Alive

  1. Genre: MMORPG
  2. Requirements: Android 7.0
  3. Distribution model: free-to-play with aggressive micropayments

The MMORPG segment has entered a hiatus, but the mobile market is booming! A3: Still Alive came out of nowhere and stormed smartphones, offering not only a virtual world full of quests and grind, but also a battle royale mode. This title stands out from the competition with stunning graphics and a really enjoyable combat system. However, it can quickly scare players away, and this is due to automation.

Unfortunately, A3: Still Alive suffers from the same thing as most mobile MMORPGs there's an autoplay function. It is not mandatory and you can easily enjoy the fun by guiding the character manually. Nevertheless, the presence of such automation can give the impression that in A3: Still Alive, most players are bots. You can see it especially during fights. On top of that, in the long run, in order to be able to grow, you need to reach into your wallet or engage in time-consuming grind.

  1. A3: Still Alive on Google Play Store
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