Coming from the game Lord of the Rings Battle, overall I think this is a well made and fun game. However, there are some bugs and issues that need to be fixed.
It has good art style; it is simplistic. The overall game mechanics are brilliant; it is not common to come across these turn based skill driven combat games. Most clock games and turn based games are always never really balanced or get to the point. For example, a bad game would have it as every skill is the one mana cost. Instead, this game focuses on managing your mana, hp and skills. I like how all the skills are balanced out.
I should note I haven't completed the whole game.
However, it is slightly more difficult than the first version. I defeated the first orc, in the hills mission, but I am stuck on the second. I presume the game takes a bit more repeating previous missions to earn more points and move on? Also, some skills and commands feel a bit obsolete; for example, the power, defense and magic ups. Someone down below review mentioned that a power does nothing? However, when I had used magic up several times, my magical abilities seem to have increased? Also commands like Auto life, protect and ray of light seem nothing. In addition, there is no real way of understanding the enemies abilities. For some reason, the orc seems to always be able to replenish hp with no mana cost?
In stating that, I think the game's biggest flaw is the unknown of the mechanics. For example, a thorough explanation of the abilities with a table of hp damage, mana cost, impact, etc. Also, an explanation of the enemy's abilities.
I think you should create a wiki on the skills and game mechanics of this excellent game, that would be great and very helpful.
If you do not have enough time or resources, I would be glad to make a wiki for you.
Things you should do in the next update/patch/sequel is to balance the enemies in each level. Lower their mana, hp and some abilities. Also, you should add further indications of perks, power ups, etc, for the UI.
If you want, (this is only if you want this), maybe some more lore, a campaign map, etc.
In Conclusion, I really liked the previous game, Lord of the Rings Battle, but felt it was too short; however, this game is a good sequel. It just needs more tweaking, and is a little bit too difficult.
I would like a wiki, and make one of the interesting game mechanics here, so please give your feedback.