Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians is bringing that classic Might and Magic gameplay and world to mobile devices with a fresh makeover, and it's hard to put down.
If you haven't jumped into Might and Magic yet you might not know how to approach things, so that's why this little introduction to the game is here to carry you through that initial bit of confusion.
Skills, monsters, rewards and way more are all a few taps away in Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians, and thanks to this guide you'll know where they are and what they do. Helpful, aren't we?
The main meat of Might and Magic is battling through the campaign, where a variety of creatures and monsters will stand in your way.
You need to form a powerful team of powerful creatures in order to smash your way through the campaign and there's numerous ways you can do that.
But first and foremost some good battle skills are important. You should know when to use moves that hit all enemies - you know, when multiple enemies are on screen - and know when to save your best skills for when they're needed.
Summoning strong creatures
You can summon creatures from Soulstones, which will give you a random creature, and there are different kinds of soulstones to get monsters from.
You'll commonly get Minor Soulstones, which will give you fairly common creatures, and for premium currency investment, you can get Epic Soulstones, offering rarer creatures.
You can also create soulstones from fragments, 20 Minor Fragments can give you a Minor Soulstone. You can also get Epic and Legendary fragments, but you'll require 50 and 100 fragments per stone for those.
Once you've got your team of creatures you should make sure they're as powerful as possible.
There's multiple ways to upgrade creatures, and the most useful way is earning glyphs and equipping those to your favourite monsters.
In addition to that, you can use potions and other items to raise their levels without having them battle, and once they're level 20, they can Rank Up or Evolve, in exchange for some other materials and monsters.
Your character has skills too, not just your team of monsters. Skills are split into three distinct trees.
You'll have the option of Anima, Materia or Chimera, which offer speed buffs to your party, strength debuffs to enemies, and strength buffs to your party, respectively.
You can only focus on one tree at a time, so pick which most fits with your team and play style.
Your daily dose
Whenever you jump into the game make sure you grab any items and rewards that can keep you going for the day.
The log in rewards are the obvious one, but there's also a daily scratchcard you can earn items from.
In addition to that, you will of course have a fresh bunch of daily missions you can tackle to earn rewards quickly and get your team levelled up for the next mission.