Lockdown Brawlis a multiplayer battle royale card game developed by Bombay Play. The game looks pretty good and well made. Starting it up, you get an introduction to how the game works. The game is actually a lot like UNO except you need to defeat your enemies by fighting them. Your cards have characters on them and each character has its own powers. You go up against people in multiplayer battles and each card you use against them will deal some damage. The goal is to be the last one standing.
Play multiplayer battle royale with unique cards
At the start of the game, each player has to give out some money. And you get some back at the end of the game. If you win, you also get health tokens, in-game cash, and cards.
The game also has special attacks that can skip the next player’s turn, reverse the playing order, change the current card’s color, and deal damage to all the players at once. By playing the same card as the person before you, you can counterattack your opponent’s move. If you don’t have a card, you can draw one. Keep in mind that you only have a limited amount of time to play a card so you’ll automatically have to draw a card if you don’t play within the time you have.
There’s also the option for buying emojis with the in-game money you win and reaction messages are free. As you progress in the game, you can get access to newer and more powerful characters and the game does match you with other players of your own skill level. You also get things like chests as rewards and chests take a certain amount of time to open. The game has a health system as well and if you upgrade your health, it’ll help you later on during matches. Special cards can also be upgraded to increase effectiveness.
Simple graphics and easy controls
The in-game audio isn’t anything special… It’s more of a muzak kind of soundtrack and it does get to you after a while. The game has pretty good graphics and the graphics follow the comic book-ish theme the rest of the game has. There’s a lot of attention to details and the overall look of the game is pretty appealing.
There’s also not much in the way of controls. You just pick up cards and drop them onto the playing deck if the characters/ colors match. The game is in portrait mode (which suits it) and the UI is okay. You don’t really get an introduction to the main menu and how things outside the battles work. But once you get the hang of things, you’ll know your way around.
【How to Play Lockdown Brawl on PC】
The instructions below will teach you how to easily play Lockdown Brawl with MEmu.
Step 1: Download MEmu Android Emulator on your PC
Step 2: Search and Install Lockdown Brawl from the Play Store
Step 3: Enjoy playing Lockdown Brawl on PC with MEmu
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