Battlejack is an app that has promise but has serious flaws that detract from making it an enjoyable game. The biggest issues surround theBattlejack is an app that has promise but has serious flaws that detract from making it an enjoyable game. The biggest issues surround the limited PVP process which as grossly misbalanced, and the over powered characters people can aquire. The two come together in the pvp arena which quite clearly demonstrates the games flaws, will frustrate most players, and turns the game into a useless blah of a mess. The PVP process gives you three and only three possible opponents to pick from which the game chooses for you. You have one free reset of that set then each additional reset (if it choose very powerful opponents) costs more and more money. 2000, 4000, 8000, 15000 .. it adds up fast. Next the PVP process allows you to take in four characters to battle the opponents four characters. You do not get any potions or add one like normal battles. But your opponent gets a shield over every character which gets progressively stronger the stronger they get in the game. Now during the battle your attacks are again controlled via random chance and cards .. and if you go over 21 .. you get no attack and no advance on your special powers charging up. The defender on the other hand automatically charges their powers every round without pause, and they get to automatically attack you at near full power (oh did I mention your attack strength varies on your random hand .. so a 17 has more power than a 14) like clockwork. Perhaps you can see the lack of balance. An added insult your entire party is treated in the battle like one target. So while your powers may only impact one target ... any powers that have target the entire group on mass. You power can reduce the shielding on one target. That same character defending reduces your entire parties defense. The net result is most players have taken to using the same set-up of character cards (the android assassin, the fire powered robot, the poisoned boulder gargoyle, and the reaper or shark character) in defense as it becomes nigh unbeatable. The assassin triggers and weakens your healing defense and attacks, the combo with the robot triggers to reverse your shielding so not it harms instead of protects you, and the other character deliver the coup de gra on you often one shotting your entire party into oblivion. And then the final insult is the chest drops award mostly Rune components .. but if you are attacking in the story line so many runes drop over time you'll find almost no use for the rewards.
The developers know these flaws and have done nothing to fix them, and seem more bent on encouraging people to spend money creating runes (costly) to try and power up their characters to maybe beat the nigh unbeatable line-up. Hence your best option is to avoid this game and the frustration and find something more entertaining to play.… Expand