What’s up Tapscape readers this is Aron Kramer and I’m back with another review for you today. Now as a passionate online gamer myself (I will exclude the titles I play to avoid endless discussions) I was quite happy to get my hands on such a great online game, namely Taichi Panda by Snail Games.
Now I’ve tried and played a few other online MMORPG’s (massive multiplayer online role-playing games) on iPad and iPhone devices but a lot of them never really did the trick for me. So why don’t we dive into the review right away and see what Taichi Panda had to offer?
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Every MMO player knows how it goes with stories —you’re glad it’s there but it won’t take long before you click through the dialogue fast just to level up your character. Luckily Taichi Panda opens up with an enticing trailer, basically telling us in retrospect that we are the glorious heroes that must slay the forces of darkness. It’s the typical kind of stuff but it’s really well done.
It doesn’t take long at all before you’re set up with your own account and actually start creating your own hero. Currently there are three classes to choose from, with each class having its own style. For example, there’s the martial arts panda which the game is named after. This panda fights with its hands or bracers and deals relatively fast and stable damage. Then there’s a warrior who is a little slower but has more defense and last but not least we have a fast, assassin kind of class.
After creating your character the game takes you through a prologue, which is basically the tutorial section of the game. Movement is done by using a joystick on the left side of the screen and it’s swift, easy and most importantly very reactive to your input.
Fighting is done by tapping a button on the right side of the screen, making your character deal damage to its surroundings. You can also just hold the button and the attacks will continue on until hopefully your enemies are ripped to shreds.
There’s much more to Taichi Panda than this though, as it feels much more like an online world than a single player dungeon crawler. Skills can be bought and upgraded in the hub town, where players come together and guilds are formed. From there on out, there are an incredible amount of features waiting for you to partake in.
For example, it didn’t take long at all before I grew comfortable with the interface and the options it provided making me extremely powerful very early on in the game. Snail Games provides very generous amounts of free money and even paid currencies so you can try out the many different aspects of the game yourself. Before I knew it I was kicking butt in the arena against other players with my lighting infused bracers!
There is just so much to do in Taichi Panda—from collecting amazing pets to crafting and upgrading your equipment. The game looks and sounds gorgeous and almost never suffers from frame drops even at the most intense maps filled with players.
Like every online game new players might feel overwhelmed by the amount of things available to do but really Snail Games has done a terrific job on guiding the player along the way.
It would take an extremely long review to point out all the lovely features the game offers, so I am going to go ahead and recommend this stunning game to all of you gamers. Make sure to claim your rewards at the very beginning and open the free treasure chests that are accessable in the top right corner of the screen and right away you’ll be a force to be reckoned with!
I’m gonna give Taichi Panda a solid nine out of ten and I hope you guys check out the game yourselves. This has been Aron Kramer from Tapscape, if you enjoyed this review or have any questions please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below!