Quantum Revenge iPhone Review
By Brihanna Watson On 8 Apr, 2017 At 04:52 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Games in the App Store are getting better and better all the time. With iPhones becoming more and more powerful, graphics and controls are becoming sharper than ever. Quantum Revenge app by Realtech VR, shows off just what can be done with a mobile device these days in their high intensity space shooter. Here is some of the app’s description:

Bringing Mecha anime and manga style super robot shooter to mobile devices.

In the year 70 of the Galactic Calendar, humanity left Earth for colonizing new solar system, like the 14th solar system.
Many years after, the troops of Rokuseya are invading our solar system, destroying every planet and life, but Tetsuji, Shin and Katashi are the elite pilots and the last line of defence to save Earth.

■ Fight epic battles in space
Fight agains large number of enemies and boss fight, in mesmerizing 3D, and animated 2D art and manga cartoon animation at full frame rate with AAA quality 3D effects and huge amounts of effects on screen.
Five missions, with two bosses each, and an epic finale.

■ Pilot and Customize your Mecha:
6 different robotic armours and player are available with different abilities and special attacks.
Upgrade your armour with different modules like shield, drones and more.

■ Show off skills around the globe:
With Game Centrer or Facebook realtime leaderboard, see your progression against the player better ranked than you while you play.

Quantum Revenge begins with an interesting intro that introduces characters in a manga animation style, as they suit up into robot Transformer like rocket suits for battle, setting the style and story. Start your first mission with young pilot Shin, nickname Quantum. Stats show ability and stamina for Shin and the other team members. There are five other characters to choose from but they must be unlocked by earning and redeeming credits. Controls are introduced displaying a blue and orange joystick. The blue joystick on the left pilots your character around while the orange joystick on the right is to aim and fire. An additional button on the right is for power attacks and acceleration. Other options include controls with a touch controller and the ability to turn off and on vibration or adjust the sound.

The first moments of flight in Quantum Revenge feel very familiar. It’s like Space Invaders, except enemies are swarming all around you. Flying around the screen works very well with the joystick controls and reacts as quickly as it needs to when attacking opponents. Firing is automatic with no need to constantly tap a button, which is nice. The right joystick simply points you in the direction of where you would like to shoot. In some cases it is a bit too sensitive and it is easy to lose control and your target. Collect different colored orbs to credit your pilot and use them to buy special weapons and more. Earn bonus credits when completing missions to buy upgrades and continue with recovery. Additional credits can also be bought with in-app purchases. Fly toward the red arrows on the screen and defeat as many foes as possible, including a boss fight at the end of each level. The battle can be long and tough, but the rewards are worth it.

Quantum Revenge is a fun shoot ’em up that pits the users against big bosses in a space flight free for all. The graphics and gameplay are outstanding and worth a look if this is the type of game you like. The app is available now in the App Store for $2.99 and is compatible with iPhone and iPad.

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Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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