When comparing Classroom Aquatic vs Dungeon Hunter 4, the Slant community recommends Dungeon Hunter 4 for most people. In the question“What are the best co-op games on Android? ” Dungeon Hunter 4 is ranked 1st while Classroom Aquatic is ranked 8th. The most important reason people chose Dungeon Hunter 4 is:
Dungeon Hunter 4 can be played over a local Wi-Fi network in [co-op](http://www.slant.co/topics/1809/~what-are-the-best-co-op-games-on-android) play.
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Pro Unique and funny concept
A really fresh "stealth game" that uses the Oculus Rift in a unique way
Pro No VR sickness
Since the player and the character are stationary with the desk creating a frame of reference, much of the issues with motion sickness are avoided.
Pro Local co-op through Wi-Fi
Dungeon Hunter 4 can be played over a local Wi-Fi network in co-op play.
Pro Fast paced combat that does not lag
Combat generally feels fluid, even with multiple players and enemies on the screen. Something of an achievement for such a graphically demanding game.
Pro Four classes to play with
There are four available classes for the user to choose from that each have their own distinctive gameplay. During play, melee fighters use a dedicated on screen button to perform strikes where ranged fighters have a dual stick control much like a twin stick shooter.
Pro MOGA controller support
Dungeon Hunter 4 features MOGA controller support.
Pro Nice graphics
Like most Gameloft games the in game graphics and cutscenes are done very well. Some may say, "console quality" graphics.
Pro SHIELD games support
Dungeon Hunter 4 features SHIELD games support.
Con Barebones gameplay
The gameplay consists of cheating on a test by looking for answers on other student's sheets while the teacher isn't looking. There's not much else to it and so the game feels much more like a proof of concept than a full-fledged game.
Con Poor auto save feature
By only saving at odd times Dungeon Hunter 4 leaves room for loss of data.
Con Hobbled gameplay to force purchase of in app purchases
By limiting the amount of potions the player is able to use and forcing an excruciatingly slow replenish time Dungeon hunter 4 has broken the core gameplay in order to force users into spending real money just to fend off these false limitations, which no matter how many times one pays will always come back. It is a never ending cycle of payment just to be able to play the game in any acceptable manner.