Sproggiwood is an cartoony and colorful roguelike inspired by Finnish mythology where you explore dungeons in order to rebuild a village in a mystical land.
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Pro Can be easily played offline thanks to no need for an internet connection once the game is installed
For those that like their games to work when there is no internet connection Spoggiwood is a good choice as it requires zero internet connection.
Pro Good class choices that mixes up the strategy of the game quite well
There are six different available classes in the game, making for a different experience when each one is used due to their different skill sets.
Pro PC perfect port that actually holds up 1:1 to its PC counterpart
The Android version of the game is a PC perfect port where in there have been zero changes to the gameplay or content. This is a full PC title on mobile.
Pro Fully supports all aspect ratios, so no worry about if the game fits your devices screen in full
Some games do not fully adapt to the wide range of aspect ratios available on Android devices (the 4:3 screen on the Nexus 9 being a standout with this issue) which leads to letterboxing of some kind. Sproggiwood does not have this issue as it support all aspect ratios.
Con No immersive mode
There is no immersive mode in the game which means the navigation bar will show taking up screen real estate on devices that do not have hardware navigation buttons.
Con Some may consider it expensive
Sproggiwood is priced at $10, which some may consider a high price point for mobile, though the game is a full PC title and priced $5 under the PC cost. A demo would have been a good option to try the game out, but sadly there is none available.