Age Of Wind 2
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Challenging and thrilling
- Missions and storyline
- It could be more realistic
- Expensive in-game purchases
Sail your own ship and sunk enemies
Age of Wind 2 puts us beneath the skin of a cutthroat captain looking for preys throughout the seas in somehow a mix of arcade and simulator with a few RPG elements (mainly, experience points and leveling). Your ship's controlled by tilting your phone, and a tap serves to fire either board or starboard cannons. There are different upgradable ships to be bought, though they're very expensive. We'd like that wind had more influence and there were weather conditions, anyway.
You'll be assigned different missions, but you can always roam freely across the length and breadth of the map. If you don't have high expectations, this game will be an enjoyable discovery, and can be enjoyed for days or weeks before getting boring. However, it's quite difficult, so please make sure you start playing at easy difficulty. Lastly, camera changes can be bothering, but that's a matter of taste.
This complete version comes without ads, as it should be.
A large fleet cannot be conquered just with powerful weapons - it’s very important to actively maneuver, evading enemy shots.
In order to make an exact shot you have to turn with your side to the opponent and press anywhere on the screen. At the same time it’s important to help the opponent to shoot your ship.
During the battle the ship almost always gets damaged. This is the tough truth of life. The damages do not impact the nautical qualities of the ship, but they can lead to the ship’s wreakage. Therefore, you have to watch to make sure the ship is always well-repaired. You can repair the ship in any closest post, not for free, of course.
A good ship costs a lot. You can make enough for it using two means:
You can rob caravans. You can sell the robbed goods at the closest island.
You can engage in peaceful trade. The price for the goods on different islands is quite a lot different. That is why most of the time peaceful trading is quite a lot more profitable than robberies.
You start the game on the easiest ship. The ship has few cannons and a small hold - it is bad for either trade or for war. Fortunately, there is a vast choice of more advanced ships on the island. You can buy them all, if you have a high enough level and enough money for it. When buying a ship pay attention to the ship’s speed, the number of cannons and the hold size.
Besides, you don’t have to buy a new ship, but you can improve the existing ship. There are three options for the improvement:
Cannons - increases the shooting range and the speed of recharge
Armor - decreases the opponent’s chances to damage the ship’s frame.
Sails - increases the speed and agility of the ship
- To turn the ship - tilt iphone in the right direction.
- To shoot - tap anywhere on the screen.
- To see a map - tap on the compass.
- 17 unique ships;
- 21 unique islands;
- 100 unique battles;
- a world full of dangers and adventures;
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*Sorted In App Purchase Issues
*Bug fixes and improvements
I played this game awhile back but then had to stop because the bugs made it unplayable. I decided to give it another try hoping the devs had cleaned it up, but after having several full cargo holds just vanish I'm completely broke. There's no way I'll ev
Fun game but needs further development. Can't shoot when on finger control, tilt works fine. Trophies dissapear too quickly, often gone by the time the battle is finished. Would be nice if it was possible to select how many goods u want to throw out when
I keep coming back to this game, lovely graphics, calming.
But it could be a lot better! For example, there should be a trade menu that allows you to see the prices of goods on islands you've been too as well as the ships available for purchase. I've found the touch controls can be a little temperamental. Somet
I have this on my iPod Touch 4, and it's an awesome game.
Entertaining, but there is a problem with inventory on my ship. Sometimes when I purchase a full load on the ship (150/150) I leave an island and it says I only left with 40/150. If I return with nothing on board it shows 40/150, 55/150, etc. until I p