Sensei Wars Review (Gionee Elife E7): Oriental Clash of Clans, With MOBA-Style Hero Included (Video)

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  • 31 May 2014
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  • Sensei Wars comes from a respected company called 2K Play and it’s a free title in the vein of Clash of Clans. This game was played by me on the Allview X1 Xtreme, a rebranded version of the Gionee Elife E7 handset from China.

    This game is basically a Clash of Clans copycat, but with faster upgrades, a main hero a la DOTA and an Asian theme at its core. You have to build a village, raise defenses and control a main hero, with a pretty impressive skill tree. You have to fight real players in multiplayer mode, or go with the campaign single player missions. Players can train units, build mines and farms to get their gold and other resources, plus train the Sensei in martial arts.

    You can build towers and cannons to protect you from attackers, but you can be attacked even when you’re not in the game and you can lose your gold. This game may be played better on a tablet, since its on screen buttons are too small to be comfortable. There aren’t many in app purchases required here, unlike Clash of Clans and every once in a while you get gems for completing challenges.

    The game gets repetitive pretty fast and doesn’t have that addictive ability that Clash of Clans has, but I don’t know exactly why… I’m going to go ahead and give this little clone a 7.5 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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