Taichi Panda Review


Taichi Panda, developed by Snail Games, is an action packed mobile 3D roleplaying game. The game can be play on either Android or Apple platforms. Players select one of four different avatars to control throughout various combat scenarios. Battling foes provides the player with diamonds, which can be spent to open Epic Chests. The chests contain random items of varying importance and rarity. Diamonds can also be purchased using real world money so that players can upgrade their skills and equipment without feeling burdened by the time it takes to earn them by playing through the game.

At the beginning, your character will be very weak but by defeating enemies you can level up and upgrade your character. As your character levels up, new gameplay modes are unlocked such as multiplayer mode. Once multiplayer mode is playable, the fun really begins. The player has the option to join a guild and team up with other users to fight in large guild vs. guild battles. These battles allow players to connect to the entire Taichi Panda community and add a social aspect to the game. Another feature is player vs. player battles in highly arenas that can be customized. These grueling one-on-one duels are simple enough to be enjoyed by casual gamers, but also sophisticated enough to please experience RPG fans.

One unique feature is the ability to raise a pet in the game. Many different types of animals, and even humans, can be captured and will provide your character with backup through this virtual world. Pets can also be upgraded so that you will safe knowing your character has a crafty sidekick to have their back.

Throughout their journey, characters can collect shards of various items so that when each shard is collected they will form one single, unified piece of equipment. This scavenger hunt adds a unique flavor to Taichi Panda that will keep users engrossed in the gameplay. Between these shards and the items that can be collected via the Epic Chests, there is a constant flow of customizable inventory that the player has access to.

Autoplay and Autoloot are two gameplay features of Taichi Panda that are both convenient for casual gamers. Autoplay allows players to auto-fire their main attack, which can be crucial on the path to victory against an otherwise superior opponent. Autoloot allows players to simulate a scenario in which they receive equipment or other items.

Although Taichi Panda can lag at points and sometimes load slowly, its animation style is beautiful and impressive, especially for a game on a mobile platform. At first, the juxtaposition of warrior-like characters such as skulls, demons, and monsters with cartoonish animation seems like it could potentially clash at but instead it meshes perfectly. Players will certainly find themselves visually immersed in this fantasy world.