Help Me Jack Atomic Adventure Review (Philips Xenium i908): RPG Done Right, But Way Too Easy (Video)

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  • 19 Oct 2015
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  • A few months ago, while messing about with the Philips Xenium i908 handset, we also did a review of the game Help Me Jack Atomic Adventure on it. The title is available for free in the Play Store and it comes from NHN Entertainment.

    It’s an RPG/adventure title, that reminds me of the last Thor game for mobiles, associated to the latest Thor movie. Anyway, the concept goes like this: you have a party of heroes and use the usual equipment, made of armors, swords and whatnot to progress. You can upgrade the gear and enjoy the more than 200 levels made available in the title.

    Special abilities are included and battles happen, relying very much on button mashing. Network connection is required here and the action takes place in a post apocalyptic world, with 3D cartoonish graphics in the mix. You can customize the class of warrior you’re using and every level you face has its own boss at the end, with a reasonably challenging fight.

    Controls are quite comfy and you’ve got the left side thumbstick and right side attack buttons. Freemium mechanics are included, like the tickets that are required to access a level (3 per battle). There’s also an endless battle mode and an arena. One thing to remember is to keep saving people locked in cages, to get more crew, to develop your items and abilities.

    In case you don’t like to mash buttons, there’s an auto mode, that does the battles for you and I enjoyed here the colorful graphics and destructible environments. Keep in mind that the game uses up a lot of battery. What I liked is that there are no ads in the game and that it’s quite fun, in spite of being way too easy. We give the RPG/adventure a 9 out of 10.

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