Age Of Wind 2


Age Of Wind 2's review

by Peter Warrior

Sail your own ship and sunk enemies

  • Challenging and thrilling
  • Missions and storyline
  • It could be more realistic
  • Expensive in-game purchases

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"Out of rum. Why? Why are we out of rum?"

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.

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