Mighty Smighties

Mighty Smighties

A few articles ago we wrote that until this moment we had not seen a game with cards on Google Play. Well, we saw one such game and now we will tell you of another such app.

The game in question happens to be called Mighty Smighties and is another game that is not that much popular with around 10 000 downloads so far. This game is easier than Little Alchemist, though. There is a tutorial at first and once you are done with it, you can start playing. So you happen to choose a character, which is called Smighty, and then you battle opponents with cards. The thing here is that you do not mix ingredients to make new ones – instead the weapons in the battles are the elemental forces like sun, clouds, water, wind and others. You pick an elemental force and your opponent does the same. Then the two picked forces are matched by using a complex force map and the stronger force wins. Score three wins and then you win the battle. The reward is spinning a wheel with prizes and this is it.

As you can see the game is very simple but it has its charm. It lies in the simplicity of the game and the fact that you do not need that much time to master the game – after all luck plays an important role. This is the place to say that given the characteristics the game is most suitable for children but can help you kill time too.

Mighty Smighties will bring you some quality and fun time for sure. The game does not ask for much except for some free space and a stable connection to the Internet (the app is 211 MB in size) but apart from this there is not much else. So go ahead and beat the competition!

Mighty Smighties is here on Google Play.

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