Parents' Guide to

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Creative free-to-play brawler laced with in-game purchases.

Game Windows 2014
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The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot has some interesting and original ideas -- such as the castle-building twist -- and its in-game purchase scheme is surprisingly benign, which is to say you don't actually need to buy anything to win. Plus, the action is simple and accessible to start, even for people who may not normally play dungeon crawlers.

But it eventually starts to unravel. Most of the player-made castles end up feeling very similar, with players placing all their minions and traps in a single room in a concentrated attempt to overwhelm invaders. And progress starts to crawl around level 15, forcing players to invest more and more time with diminishing rewards. The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is undeniably innovative and begins with great potential, but it eventually turns into a repetitive grind.

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