Tap & Dragons Indie Shout Out

Many of us will never get to be real warriors, taking on legendary foes and saving fair maidens. Partly because it takes a huge amount of weapons training to develop a skill in combat, partly because it’s a potentially life-threatening occupation to have and probably more importantly, most societies frown upon you killing someone in weapons based combat. Luckily Tap & Dragons : Idle Heroes from Ninja Code Studio is here to help us.

That’s right, with no more skill needed than the ability to repeatedly tap on the screen Tap & Dragons allows you to fulfill that dream-like job of storming through the countryside defeating wild creatures, monsters and angry ne’er-do-wells who may be foolish enough to cross your path. Just tap, tap, tap to strike your enemies until they lie in a quivering mass of bleeding flesh in front of you. Hoorah!

If you’re in doubt just what this game has to offer, then take a look at the gameplay trailer below.

Luckily the countryside is also immensely dangerous, with no end of things trying to kill you, so don’t worry about running out of monster to slay.

Of course, there is more to the game. It’s just not tapping without reward. As you level up, you get stronger and can take on harder and harder enemies. As your skill improves, you can unlock a whole bevy of different heroes to tap-combat with and a large variety of different weapons to collect and level up as well.

So, without any difficult controls to master and only the possibility of developing RSI to stop you, why wouldn’t you take a look?

If you do want to get your agitated little hands on Tap & Dragons : Idle Heroes then click on this link and grab it for yourselves from the Google Play store.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife and his player 3. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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