In Brawl Stars, you can select your brawler, unlock abilities, and inflict damage on your opponents. There are seven types of brawlers to choose from in this game: long-range brawlers, mid-range brawlers, close-range brawlers, assassins, throwers, supports, and healers. Each brawler has its weaknesses and its strengths. Players have to choose their brawlers wisely to crush events, like gem grabs, showdowns, and heists. Also, you can earn power points and coins to upgrade your brawlers and make them ruthless.
- Diverse brawlers options
- Can collect resources without brawl pass
- Constant updates on features
- No global chat
- Communication during brawls is difficult
- No replays
Brawl Stars – Review
Supercell has done its homework and gave its players the challenges they crave with Brawl Stars. You will find an exciting challenge, no matter your gaming goals and preferences. The game offers the option to bypass time spent on the game with brawl passes, but where’s the fun in that? You can work on your challenges, gain coins, earn power points, unlock supers, and upgrade your brawlers. The game also has Brawl Boxes that can give your brawlers Star Powers and gadgets. You’re in for the long game if your and achiever. Maxing out all your brawlers takes time, and Supercell is continually coming up with new challenges, events, cosmetics, and brawlers. You’re sure to have fun along the way.
There’s Still Some Roads to Cover…
However, communication in Brawl Stars is a bit tricky. There is no global chat, so socializing with global players is non-existent, and there is not live voice communication during the brawls. You can coordinate in the chatbox, but by the time you see the messages, it will probably already be too late. Also, there is no replay. In other words, there is no way to review your gameplay. You can’t share it after the fact.
Overall, You Won’t Be Disappointed
Despite the bad aspects of the game, Brawl Stars has enough variety and challenges to keep you entertained for a long time, even after maxing out all your brawlers. By the time you do, the developers at Supercell would have come up with new features to pick your brain.
How to download Brawl Stars
Unlike most multiplayer online games, all you need to play Brawl Stars is a phone and an internet connection. The game is available for free on both iOS and Android devices. Go to the App Store on your Apple device or the Google Play Store on your Android device, head to the Brawl Stars page, and download. Once the game installs on your device, you’re almost good to go. Boot it up, log into the game, and you’ll be able to play right away. It really couldn’t be any easier to get started.
How to play Brawl Stars: The basics
Brawl Stars is pretty simple. You move your character around the screen with a digital joystick on the left of the screen. You try to shoot your opponents by aiming with another joystick on the left. Hitting your targets will also charge up your super ability, which can be unleashed with another button next to the fire joystick. Easy. Of course, it’s never that simple. The game modes on offer require you to think a little more than that. Some need you to collect and hold gems, others making you break into your opponent’s safe while defending yours and even trying to score a goal with a football in what has to be the most dangerous sport, virtual or not ever seen. Keep an eye out for special events to make the most of this game.
If you’re new to Brawl Stars, check out this video with Top 10 Best Brawl Stars tips for beginners. LET’S BRAWL!