When comparing Fiz : Brewery Management Game vs SC Blacklist: Spider-Bot, the Slant community recommends Fiz : Brewery Management Game for most people. In the question“What are the best Android games without in-app purchases/paywalls?” Fiz : Brewery Management Game is ranked 14th while SC Blacklist: Spider-Bot is ranked 117th.
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Pro Fun even without beer knowledge. Great business model game similar to Kairosoft games
Pro Great depth of beer brewery gameplay that yields quite a lot to explore
There are a huge selection of recipes for beers, that need the correct amounts of specific ingredients that can be made with the correct equipment by the correct staff and sold to the market that demands it. Make a mistake in balancing any of these points and suffer the consequences.
Pro Variety of gameplay elements keeps the player engaged
To break up the monotony of constant stale management of business there are challenges and events that happen, usually in the form of a goal that you have to reach in order to get a reward, that you can take on or ignore. Additionally, you can exercise your fingers by trying to catch mice that run around your brewery, these mice will give you money and recipe scraps.
Pro Three modes of play
There are three modes of play available in game with a different robot to play in each.
Pro Transferable currency to PC title
Being that this is a companion app for the PC title Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Ubisoft has made the in game earned currency transferable to the PC title.
Con Can get dull
Fiz tends to be a slow game, which means it can lead to loss of interest while playing.
Con Not a free game
Con Not a lot of variety in visuals or music
The 2D sprite graphics are a little generic, just as the music. This can get tiring after a while as little of the aesthetics of the game change as you progress.
Con Has trouble connecting to UPlay
In what is at this point expected behavior from Ubisoft there is apparently connection problems with this game to their servers.