Armor Games has remade their popular flash-based strategy RPG Sonny and have released it on the Play Store. It contains all of the content found in the Steam release and is available for free with intermittent advertisements after every other battle. There are no extra purchases, no wait timers to artificially slow you down or any other shady free-to-play mechanics. What you see is what you get.
Fans of the flash games will quickly notice that this Android release is quite different. To start the graphics are not as gothic. While they are more detailed, the dark and brooding atmosphere found in the original is gone. There has also been a good amount of depth completely removed from the game by slimming down the skill tree system, though you can unlock different strains (which function similar to classes) at various points throughout the game. These strains luckily come with their own unique skill trees that will suit different play styles. Also, much of the voice acting found in the original is missing in this remake. My guess is these tweaks were made so that Sonny would be more accessible to a larger mobile audience.
As for the gameplay, like I said it’s slimmed down, but what you do get is still pretty solid. You begin slowly enough learning the turn-based mechanics of the game. From there you are introduced to a simplistic central hub where you can choose to fight or tweak your team’s setup. When you decide to fight you are dropped into a battle where you will duke it out through numerous waves of enemies. This turn-based fighting works by selecting each enemy individually in order to choose who you attack….
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