Fantasica is a card collecting game from publisher Mobage, no strangers to these types of games. The primary focus here is still collecting and enhancing, but numerous tweaks have been added that make the game more interesting than others out there. By following the simple tutorial, you’ll be questing, fighting, training and other activities.
The quests in the game will have your opponents coming in and you need to get rid of them before they reach the end. To do this you have to put your characters in the way and make maximum use of their abilities.
The training mode will have your characters trying to earn experience points by killing enemies left and right, all the while looking for buried valuable items. At the same time, this is where you can meet other characters.
Instead of meters, the activities in Fantasica are linked to countdown clocks (all expect training that is). As long as you can find special items, the countdown clock can be refreshed.
Not only is the gameplay engaging, but the graphics are very good, and the sound effects also complement the game. While there is a lot going on the game, the interface is nicely designed so it doesn’t feel cluttered or too crowded. This is an important point to consider since one of the problems with these kinds of games is that the screen becomes so busy and confusing.
For those who are new to this type of game, Fantasica will serve as a good introduction, and for those who have been playing these for a long time, add Fantasica to your collection.