I got swept up in Avengers Academy Hack Marvel Avengers Academy practically right as it came out. It had just been accessible for a number of days though so there hadn’t been much time to actually delve in and decide if this was a game I could appreciate in the long haul as soon as I sat down to write about it. There were some serious questions about whether the in-program purchases were overly steep, and if the game anticipated to be able to level up one to grind through quests.
Here’s where I am 30 days after.
One of the initial questions that I ‘d was whether the whole game would feel like grinding. Until I began to assemble more students at the School, getting through the initial few levels was almost painful. The early game is slow since you level up by storing xp collected by completing quests. You’ve access to fewer characters, buildings, and actions. As you amount up your existing heroes, build up your School, and encourage new heroes this becomes much, much simpler. The feeling that you’re grinding fades away.
One thing that Avengers Academy actually loves, is running limited time events. These events provide you with the opportunity to pick up items, and some awesome limited time characters and run to a couple of weeks, from a couple of days. In the last 30 days we have seen three distinct events start, each offering something interesting and unique. Each occasion offers some distinct perks, special in-program purchases, and new characters.
I’ve discovered that your best bet for receiving the most coin would be to run through each of the short and easy quests, until higher level quests with better wages appear on the bulletin board. Thatis a pretty simplistic way to place it, because as you play through you’ll end up getting tons of quests making it more difficult to parse which ones should be done first. Nevertheless, the law of low-hanging fruit applies here. There are also character or scenario special quests that further the storyline in Avengers Academy, as opposed to simply giving you XP and more coin. More difficult quests take more time, but in addition they provide you with an exponentially better reward along the way.…