Wonderland Saga is interesting as it holds the attention span perfectly throughout the entire time you are playing. You’ll notice right away the vibrant colours, fast reactive buttons and excellent responsive game play with others from around the world.
It is simple and unique and there really are a host of characters to get your teeth into. We found the game suitable for any family members although with the high levels of fantasy simulating violence we wouldn’t recommend it for children under the age of 12.
Fighting in Wonderland Saga is good because you will never be pitched against another fighter who is too good for you or too easy to beat. Although the game is free, there are in-app purchases where you can skip through the waiting time. But one of the main features of Wonderland Saga is the teaming up process. You can gang up, or team up, with others and fight as a unit or simply choose to fight as an individual.
Fighting strategies are not the most challenging in this game, but that didn’t seem to bother us too much, as sometimes the strategic complexes can often confuse and spoil the gaming experience gets too tied up in its own baffling intelligence. Wonderland Saga is not like that and you will be able to monitor just how well you are performing from the detailed ranking system.
Another point of detail which the developers have seemingly taken a lot of care over is the detailed maps available to use. It is a game which is fairly easy to learn, but difficult to master at times. In the Master of all Heroes section you can choose an outfit of your choice to do battle in – although we are not sure why this is important. But it is the Slingshot Battle that would have to be everyone’s favourite (it certainly was ours) and it is in this arena where you can pitch against any player from all over the world.
As for the graphics – we saw them as high quality with a strange, if quirky, selection of characters. There are a huge number of heroes you can select from but they are pretty much the same when it comes to doing battle. There is a lot of tiny detail in Wonderland Saga, although it is because of this that the game is probably best played on a larger screen like the iPad.