Brawl Stars Review
Posted: 2 weeks ago.
Each Brawler has a main attack and 3 other abilities:
- Super, which is like the Brawler's special attack
- Star powers, which are passive abilities which can deal damage to opponents or aid you in myriad other ways
- Gadgets, which are unlockable abilities which deal massive amounts of damage.
There are 7 different types of game mode to play in, all of which can be played with other people:
- Showdown (Solo), a Battle Royale against 9 other players where the last man standing wins.
- Showdown (Duo), the same as Showdown (Solo), but with a teammate by your side.
- Gem Grab, a 3v3 game where the first team to collect 10 purple gems is crowned the victor.
- Bounty, another 3v3 game where you get more stars for killing your opponents.
- Heist, where you need to destroy the opposing team's safe all while protecting your own.
- Robo Rumble, where your team needs to protect a safe from hordes of robots.
- Brawl Ball, where you must score a goal against an opposing team.
By winning fights, you move through a progression system called the Brawl Pass. The rewards are quite generous, giving you loot boxes, skins, emojis, coins and Brawlers. It refreshes every two months. You can also view your progress and claim milestone prizes on the "Trophy Road".
Players: This is a single player game. You can play with up to 10 players online. You can play online in 3-versus-3 multiplayer and all against all 10 player fights.
Cross-Platform: You can play across Android and iOS.
You don’t need a paid subscription to play this game online.
Android has accessibility settings including ways to navigate and interact, although not all games support this. iOS has a very extensive suite of accessibility settings including ways to navigate with voice and comprehensive screen reading, though most of the features don't work with games... read more about system accessibility settings.
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