For a mobile MOBA having 10 characters to choose from is not too shabby, which gives a nice level of choice to the player as well as stretches the content of the game for those that want to learn and customize each one.
Tablets, with their larger screens allow for a good sense of control over the game, which makes Vainglory something that plays best on larger screens devices due to how much is happening on the screen.
Due to how difficult it is to communicate with other online team members the easiest method to get that communication working is to just play together in person. Of course this gives an advantage to those that do so.
The developers designed this game to be able to be enjoyed when only 5 minutes can be devoted to it at a time. This can be a great help to those players who don't have hours to devote to a mobile game but still want a substantial and meaningful experience.
Iesabel features a varied level design, having vastly different looking areas to fight ones way through. On top of this each area has a good variety of challenges making sure that one does not isn't in any certain area too long just grinding away on bad guys.
Once a round is finished Ruzzle shows the player all of the different word combinations that were available and the points they were worth. With this players can get a sense on how to improve their playstyle.
Almost every aspect of the game has some kind of timer attached to it. They of course can be paid to be skipped, but considering how many there are it will deplete the in game earned currency very fast. This of course leads to players having to purchase more in game currency if they want to play at
The core of the gameplay in Candy Cave is classic hack and slash action where the player goes through each level defeating numerous monsters who in turn drop loot for the player to collect and upgrade their equipment with.