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Super Mechs

rated 4.03 / 5 stars
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Action - Fighting - VS

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Oct 11, 2012 | 12:34 PM EDT

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Build, Fight, Prevail! Design your Mech and fight against your friends in the arena for glory!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love the game it's awesome!!

If you don't mine I will like to show your game of on youtube, with your promising of course?

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No problem at all, please do!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

great game, i reached about level 8 as a guest, and i wanted to sign up (I didn't mind if i had to start over). After "signing up" it won't let me sign in, but when i try to re-register it tells me that my username and email have been taken, but i still can't sign in. I only have one email address so i can't even put in a different one. So theres that, and i don't want to keep playing as a guest, starting from beginning every time, it kills the fun...

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Tacticsoft responds:

Please message us with the username and mail, we'll look into it ASAP


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's awesome, although it needs shorter loading screens, even battles, and you should be able to earn money faster.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

Visually, the game is interesting, and conceptually I like it. However, it has too many problems for me to give any credit. Repetitive music and simplistic gameplay that barely requires any tactics and mostly come down to luck might be fine in your run-of-the-mill flash game, but I frankly expect better out of what is clearly meant to be a commercial product. Of course, that's really what the most glaring issue is. There is simply no way to build a good mecha without putting down some cold, hard, cash. Fights don't net a significant enough amount of credits, some items are consumable "sinks", and not buying upgrades to save up for later equipment quickly becomes non-viable. It is, simply put, "pay to win" game design at its finest. The only thing differentiating this from the worst breed of social network games is simply that it doesn't encourage you to pester your friends to play with every minor accomplishment you make. I am unable to recommend it to anyone, save as a sterling example of how to alienate free players through unbalanced design.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I'm lvl 17 doing good, and all of a sudden I face a lvl 22! that's 5 levels above me! what the hell?!?!