Shadow Fight 2 is a fighting game for mobile devices. In this game you play as a shadow warrior embarking on a journey to become the strongest fighter there is. As you progress through the levels, you learn new moves, and earn currency to purchase weapons, armor and helmets. There is a small trick how you can skip levels quicker using Shadow Fight 2 Cheats, but we recommend to not use it. The game feels very unique and fresh, especially for a mobile fighting game, with very smooth controls and unique animations for the fighter’s movements and special attacks. The silhouette style feels reminiscent of kabuki style theater, and the memory saved from rendering physical traits of the characters are definitely better off being put to use for the fighting engine. The game’s story is rather nonexistent, with just a simple cutscene as soon as you open the app expositing how you were once an indomitable warrior who fought across the lands seeking a worthy opponent. Eventually the warrior found the Gates of Shadows and defied warnings not to open it, releasing a group of powerful demons from within. The warrior is killed and reduced to a living shadow, and must now embark on a quest to fight and slay the demons he set free.
The game mode is pretty much just a singular map that you can select various places from to start fighting. Once you select your next fight, the game instantly uses one energy from your energy meter. When the meter runs out don’t worry, you can wait for a short timer to restore it unit by unit, or refill it using in game currency called gems, that can be given for free with some advertising or bought in bulk in exchange for real world money. The game’s fights are often given various difficulties, ranging from easy, to normal, to hard, to impossible. Impossible ones cannot be beaten, or at least, not without superhuman effort. It’s usually best to make sure the difficulty is normal before trying to start the fight, or else you’ll be at a disadvantage, with the computer controlled fighter being able to pull off their moves a lot easier and being able to read and defend against your attacks. Their moves do much more damage as well, and can dispatch you within seconds. It’s a little bit frustrating, but once you build up enough coin, another and the last of the in game currency, you can buy the right armor and weapons to defeat them with ease.
The fighting moves are quite varied and correspond to the fighting style you choose. The different fighting styles are varied as well depending on your weapons, from bare fists and knives, to staffs and swords. There are two buttons for attacks, a punch icon and a kick icon. Kicking moves are the same no matter what style you have, but you can learn new moves as you progress. The punching moves are the ones that change the most drastically as you change weapon types and fighting styles. Shifting and changing your weapon type, and consequentially your fighting style, is key in this game. Some fighters simply cannot be beaten with a bare handed combatant, and it’ll make things a lot easier to fight with a sword in hand.
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Overall, the game is very unique compared to similar games in its class. The movements and animations are smooth and well done, and the variety of fighting styles is well designed. Each style feels different and not just a paint job for your fighter, as some of the later weapons feel like they have weight to them, making your fighter slower but a harder hitter. The music is somewhat subpar, though, as the same song plays in the fights, but it’s good atmospheric music, mixing the classic East Asian instruments with electric guitar riffs. The need to get weapons and armor to beat certain characters feels a little cheap, but it does allow you to see the different fighting styles at least once, which is certainly something interesting to see. What the game lacks visually it makes up for in substance. You’ll never see anything further than a silhouette on any of the fighters, but the armor and weapons you equip are seen in silhouette form added to your fighter. Other fighters come with a picture so you can see a static image of what they look like, while your fighter remains the same shadowy figure, which leaves your final image after armor and weapons are equipped up to the imagination. I definitely recommend this game because it’s a fun game to pass the time and it’s certainly unique among fighting games on mobile platforms. Playing the Shadow Fight 2 game was a fun, immersive experience and it’s very enjoyable.
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