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Parents' Guide to

League of Wonderland

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Thought-provoking game can feel like information overload.

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While this game can be visually striking and tests your strategy skills, the ton of choices frequently presented can feel a little overwhelming at times. The developers of League of Wonderland have made a notable effort to help users learn how to play by providing an extremely detailed tutorial on the game's structure, with tips on how to be victorious. But it's a lot of reading to get through -- and a lot of information to absorb before playing. Players will likely need to study the character cards in their deck to find out what each one can do and how their strengths pair with other characters' skills. Card Swordsmen, for example, will be shot down before they get close to characters that are at a long-range distance -- yet swordsmen move as a group and attack at the same time, so they can be effective when paired with solo characters like a Giant Ogre, which only goes after towers and buildings.

Even if players view character information carefully, with so many factors to consider, trying to recall which ones have which characteristics during battles can be confusing, and the challenges move quickly. Players can build decks ahead of time that contain creatures with seemingly helpful skills, but even with careful planning, they may find they're waiting for character cards to reload. There's often a delay before they can be put into battle, which makes decisions even more difficult. The app has a help section gamers can refer to for some assistance in between games, and they may be able to figure out the ideal approach through trial and error. But the experience could be somewhat overwhelming for younger players, though -- and teens will probably need to prepare to invest some time to fully understand how to play.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android
  • Subjects: Language & Reading : following directions, reading, Math : addition, subtraction
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning : decision-making, deduction, logic, problem solving, strategy, thinking critically, Self-Direction : time management, work to achieve goals
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Release date: December 8, 2019
  • Category: Strategy Games
  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Version: 1.2.0
  • Minimum software requirements: Requires Android 6.0 and up or iOS 11.0 or later.
  • Last updated: February 13, 2020

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