Death Knight

Death Knight – An Entertaining Game on Android

The main screen has the option to choose a server from the list or a recent login. Once this is chosen, click to start and you are directed to a loading page. The next screen is a notice page with a Great Event tab and a Patch Update tab. The main screen for the game is visually appealing but hard to understand. It contains different elements such as draw recharge and mail with little notification numbers on the left side. On the right are four icons labeled ranking, quest, daily check in and 7 day service start. Many of these icons also contain notification numbers. The bottom of the screen contains even more icons such as friends, family, convert, invitation, etc.

The game has no instructions that were easily viewed from the start screen or the game home page. However a scrolling banner does move across the top of the screen and appears to give little tips, and reminders for game play such as notifying you that you earn honor by challenging players in the arena. Other than this, it is difficult to find any sort of directions for how to play. However, after clicking as many of the icons that I could I found some activities that had a rue tab that explained how to complete those activities.

Once a certain icon is clicked on the game begins to make a little more sense and you are directed to a card-type game. One of the icons takes you to an activity in which you kiss a female character to increase energy. The icons on the right side contain a quest icon. This icon directs you to a list of quests to complete. This gives more direction to the goal of the game. One of the quests takes you a village which is similar to a clash of clans type environment with the option to raid or battle. During the battle you simply sit back and watch as you battle your foe. There is an option on the bottom of the screen which allows manual operation of the battle. Once it is over, you either win or lose and gain Exp. For example, the battle I won resulted in gold of 1518 and Exp. of 150, it also said Get Qualification 55. I was unable to find an explanation of these rewards but seeing as I won I assume they must be positive.

Death Knightstarted off very difficult to understand and has a lot of different elements and types of activities. However, once I began exploring the different icons I found directions for activities and was able to complete quests. This game is challenging at first but after a little game play it begins to get easier and more entertaining.

Rating: 8/10

Price: Free

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