The story was big and hard to hold on to. But the game play was great. The builder was great and easy to use. You can place walls. Turrets. Gates. And traps. But it's a bit hard to put items in the right places. Do to the camera. In battle. You can tap on enemy's to attack them. Also you can use a stage killer witch hurts all enemy's. In battle and build you can repair walls and turrets. wen you attack enemy's you do a little mini game. 1 of 4. 1 you tape the buttons in order. 2 slows down enemy's and you have to turn a gear. 3 you can steal enemy's health by sliding a thing across the screen. 4 i have not unlocked. LOL lock. also there are some parts were you control a turret and half to shoot at enemy's and after every round. you can buy more health. more shots. heal your self. etc. so overall great game. 8/10. also it's really cheap. you can find a complete game for $10.50 on half. com and on the site you can get it for $17.99 keep or buy. its worth $50 buy it now
The idea behind the game is nice and refreshing. I thought the putting the scrap pieces together was a nice idea, though with such rigidness I wasn't expecting since I loved Drawn to Life. Controls are easy to use, but the game just gets repetitive. I think if you didn't have to spend five days at each map, it wouldn't be so bad. I got to day 25 and couldn't take it anymore. I'm sure if I wasn't renting this game and owned it, I would spend more time playing it, but I'd like to get more games rented in a month. Its possible that further on into the game, it may be a little more exciting with more inventions, but as of yet, it hasn't pulled me in.
I'd recommend Drawn to Life any day though. This one wasn't as good.