Enjoy The Action And Excitement With Max Power Adventures [REVIEW]

Max Power Adventures

There are so many exciting games like Prince Of Persia and Legend King which have similar themes. A princess has been abducted our hero is on a rescue mission. He has fight demonic cults, monsters and ninja fighters to rescue the princess.

In a Japanese TV series Ninja Senshi Tobikage, known as Ninja Warrior Tobikage or Ninja Robots, there was Commander Grathan, who was in pursuit of Princess Romina Ladorio and his Zaboom Army can be defeated, only by a warrior with true ninja skills.

These things may make you feel nostalgic and while watching the show or playing the games mentioned here, you may find it boring as you might like some new game of similar theme as the things mentioned above have been entertaining you since your childhood.

So here is a new game called Max Power Adventures.

Max Power Adventures

Max Power Adventures has been developed by Max Power Studios. Max Power Studios is a young independent video game company based in Montreal, Canada. It was founded in 2011 by Maxime Gendron and Yves Le Borgne. Super Max Adventure is their first game. Their goal is to make great Role Playing (video) Games (RPGs) that are accessible to everyone, and at the same time, please the most hardcore fans of the genre as well.

Max Power Adventures has an interesting story. In the beautiful country of Castle Land, the dreaded Mr. Evil kidnaps the cute and timid (little bit) Princess Ceksie. The heroic (but not very modest) Max Power, whose only goal in life is to become a great video game hero (no matter how and at what cost), decides to gather his friends and form a (somewhat dubious) battalion to save the day. He wants a chance to date the princess.

Max Power Adventures

You have to play the game and using your playing skills, you have to help Max and his friends (he calls them tools) wage battle against their foes in 15 exciting missions to rescue the Princess Ceksie, in one of the funniest stories ever written for a video game. The story of this game is of comedy genre while Prince of Persia, Legend King and Ninja Robots are in action genre. Thus, playing Max Power Adventures is going to be a new experience for you.

Following are the awesome features of this game:

1. While playing Max Power Adventures, you follow Max Power’s adventures through 15 thrilling missions. This game features 15+ hours of gameplay that you can play in short or long game sessions. With “save anywhere on the map” you can save your game and resume playing it later.

2. In this game, you can team up with many characters and face (not really) threatening foes in one crazy funny story, inspired by cartoons and web comics.

3. You can battle your foes in fast, exciting and accessible classic RPG-styled battles. While playing this game, you can also test your skills regarding planning strategies as strategies would be required to play and win this game.

4. You may not be General Dru Zod but you can build your army by recruiting new allies from 16 different classes, and organize your 24-men battalion into small teams to save the Princess.

The animation of this game is nice and it reminds me of the animation that was in the movie “Wallace & Gromet: The Curse Of The Ware Rabbit”.

Compatibility:
Max Power Adventures runs on the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, the 4th Generation iPod Touch and all iPads. This game also makes use of the retina display for the iPhone4/4S and the the 4th Generation iPod Touch. This game requires iOS 4.3 or later version.

Max Power Adventures features frequent and intense cartoon or fantasy violence. This game may not be suitable for children below the age of 9 years and parental discretion is being advised for playing this game.

This review has been written after obtaining Max Power Adventures from the app store via gift card and the game has been played on an iPod.

So how do you feel after playing this game? Post your comment and share your experience with us.

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