Our Auto Chess mobile guide contains advice on how to install the Android game on MEmu PC, as well as tips and tricks on how to play the game and win matches.
Auto Chess is a competitive multiplayer online strategy game created by Drodo and Dragonest Co.Ltd. In the game, players need to build their own troops and use unique units to fight against each other in an 8 player last man standing scenario. Use your strategy skills against 7 other players at the same time and prove yourself to adapt your strategies in real-time. No matter where you’re from, you can challenge the top players from anywhere around the globe!
How to play Auto Chess Mobile
Quick Introduction – Auto Chess Mobile Guide
- Auto Chess Mobile lets you against seven other players across numerous rounds. Your final goal is to build a strong team, win rounds and emerge as the last unit standing.
- The first three rounds take place against AI Creeps and bosses. They’ll drop items like gold that will allow you to build up resources that go towards strengthening your team.
- When you first start a match, you’ll purchase a chess piece and place it on the board. At the beginning of each round, you can buy a selection of randomized pieces use gold.
- Your active units will fight automatically once combat starts. AI opponents will drop items that can be picked up and added into your bag. Click on the items to learn more, and drag them onto the characters to equip.
- There will be no items dropped if you’re fighting against other players. If you win a round you’ll deal damage to an opponent’s health based on how many of your pieces remain on the board. Conversely, you’ll lose health if all of your pieces are destroyed.
- At the end of every round, you’ll gain some EXP and money depending on your performance.
- Levels up your avatar by gaining more EXP. The level of your avatar determines the number of units you can place on the board. You can spend gold to level up your avatar as well.
Chess Pieces – Auto Chess Mobile Guide
- Chess pieces have either a passive or active ability. An active ability is a cast when a piece’s mana bar is full, and it’ll gain mana when attacking an enemy. Some pieces have inherently fast mana regeneration, while others don’t. Certain items can boost mana regeneration, and in turn, the number of active abilities cast.
- Chess pieces can be combined and upgraded. If you have found three same pieces, you’ll be prompted to combine them into an even more powerful version. You’ll need three one-star pieces to create a two-star unit. The same rules apply when you need to create a three-star unit (three two-stars).
- Every chess piece has a certain race. When placing multiple pieces of the same race on the board, it will activate a special unit bonus. You can tap the icons on the top right corner of the screen to check what buffs are active, or how many units of a specific race you need to meet the next requirement.
- The level of your avatar determines how many chess pieces you can place on the board. Don’t neglect this aspect as there’s a huge advantage to be gained by having one more chess piece on the board than the rest of your opponents.
- Knowing how to position your pieces is also key to success. Each piece fits into a certain prototype: ranged, tank, assassin. We’ll get into the strategy behind positioning later but try to avoid simply throwing them onto the board. Instead, you need to consider who needs protection, who could flank, etc…
- Learn more about chess units by reading our article Auto Chess Units
Gold – Auto Chess Mobile Guide
Gold is what you’ll use to buy new chess pieces and level up your avatar. However, we wouldn’t recommend spending it recklessly as managing your economy is the key to success in the later rounds of Auto Chess.
There’s a complex level of strategy when it comes to spending your hard-earned cash, or knowing when to save the pennies. It’s well worth reading our economy guide for a breakdown of the best ways to manage your gold. The game is actually based on Dota Auto Chess, but all the advice still applies.
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