Experience epic battles in the world’s first Speed MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena). Awarded "Best MOBA of E3 2013” by WarCry, and "Best Mobile Strategy of E3" by RTS Guru. Form alliances and fight together in 3 vs. 3 combat. Hone your skills as you battle alongside friends.
User reviews: Very Positive (1,198 reviews)
Utgivelsesdato: 15. okt, 2013

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“Best MOBA of E3”
WarCry Network

“The biggest and best surprise at E3 2013.”
The Escapist

“Deep, well-balanced, and an inventive take on the burgeoning genre.”
Joystiq

About This Game

Experience epic battles in the world’s first Speed MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena).
Awarded "Best MOBA of E3 2013” by WarCry, and "Best Mobile Strategy of E3" by RTS Guru.

Form alliances and fight together in 3 vs. 3 combat.
Hone your skills as you battle alongside friends.
Take on players from around the world (PvP mode), or face challenging bots (co-op or single-player mode)!

CUSTOMIZE YOUR HEROES
Build your Hero your way. Pick up the recommended items for each Hero or completely customize to suit your play style. As you level up, spend your upgrade points to enhance your abilities and find your advantage in battle!

MASTER THE FIVE DISCIPLINES OF SOLSTICE
Choose a Hero from the Sun, Moon, Earth, Iron, or Void discipline. Get to know the different hero attributes. Play to your team’s strengths to win!

ONGOING CONTENT RELEASES
New Heroes, new Skins, and new Abilities! There will always be something new to master!

Systemkrav

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo equivalent or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics Card with DirectX9+ (SM 2.0) Support
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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12 av 17 personer (71%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3.7 timer registrert
It’s extremely difficult to be all things to all people, even if we’re only talking about one relatively narrow genre of gaming, but Solstice Arena does a good job at of pulling it off. If you’ve never played a MOBA but always wanted to give it a try, this one is an excellent way to take that first step.Make no mistake, Solstice Arena isn't a full-blown MOBA. Still, I think there's enough here in the actual gameplay to overlook a some of the missing elements and quirky design decisions.Solstice Arena is a compelling, fast-paced multiplayer battle arena, packed with a lot of nice heroes and three different game modes.It'll ask you to invest significant chunks of time into it, and if you get really serious about it you'll definitely want to splash out on a character or two, but Solstice Arena's top presentation and accessible tactical play make it worth the effort.
Publisert: 14. april
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10 av 15 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
29.6 timer registrert
Best loading screen simulator 2014.
Publisert: 24. juli
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3 av 4 personer (75%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
89.8 timer registrert
Zynga made a good game? Yep.

Though it's not your typical MOBA, you will still find plenty of skill and teamwork is required to win- it is by NO MEANS easy. Now, I actually started playing this on my iPod believe it or not, before they ported it to PC, and I have to say that it's actually completely playable on a mobile device, and obviously a bit more playable on a PC, but mobile players can still be competetive without feeling like they are at a disadvantage.

What this is, essentially, is the MOBA genre, condensed. There are no minions, and tower rate of fire is based on how many heroes are alive, so basically if you wipe the enemy team the towers can't shoot. There is also a gold chest objective in the center. How a match typically goes, is a little bit of harrassment, followed by a teamfight, and the winner of the teamfight goes for an objective- the gold chest, a tower, or some of the stat-boosting pickups. And that repeats until one team knocks down all 4 enemy towers and wins. It's a constant teamfight with no minion farming and no down-time.. kind of like a 3v3 duel of sorts, very fast paced and a lot of fun.

Decent hero lineup, as far as I know they stopped updating which would be a problem for other F2P games but not such a big deal here. Games are fairly short, with a complete steamroll lasting 4-5 minutes and a long, drawn-out match lasting 10-15 minutes and no more than 20, which means if you get a bad team you will be able to get into a new match pretty quickly.

The item shop is very streamlined. You buy items like you would in a RPG, with 1 slot for boots, chest, helmet, weapon, etc. for a total of 6. Basically 3 tiers of items where every item costs the same and all tier 3 items have a unique passive of some description which can be huge game-changers. Since you can't sell items, buying items in and of itself can be a bit of a skill. For example, you might want to hold off buying *the* lifesteal item until all the enemies buy their weapon, but didn't buy the heal-reducing weapon. Alernatively, if the enemies don't buy have anything that you need to counter, you can try to pick up something like the stun hammer which can give you a huge early advantage. There is even a bit of flexibility in item builds, different heroes can be played different ways, for example the standard archer guy Artharion is usually played as a burst mage but I find him to be far more effective as a ranged carry.

I could discuss every mechanic which is different (stat types, pickups, towers, river, gold chest, etc.) but just suffice to say that it's fairly innovative and unique, and also easy for new players to get into.

So yeah, in conclusion, it's streamlined, but with a lot of hidden depth, and teamwork is EXTREMELY important just like it is in any MOBA game, and of course you can still get fed and dominate the enemy team like in any MOBA game. It obviously runs at a smooth framerate even on your grandmother's 8 year old laptop because it's meant for mobile devices, and the graphics are nothing amazing but not too shabby either. A lot of fun, reasonably competetive, and it's free to play, so there is no reason not to give it a try.
Publisert: 22. september
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1 av 1 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
14.7 timer registrert
Nice game! the only thing they could do is just update the graphics and add a chat and it would be perfect.
Oh and add a new champ every month.
Publisert: 4. mai
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1 av 1 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
24.4 timer registrert
I enjoyed it quite a bit, and i found the ten minute games better compared to the 40 minute average games from other mobas. If you're someone looking to try out mobas i suggest this!
Publisert: 11. juli
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251 av 434 personer (58%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
A horrible Zynga game gets ported from the iOS to PC - what can go wrong? Seriously, on the iPhone, it was more like an experiment - whether or not you can create a good MOBA (think League of Legends or Dota) on the iOS. The answer was that you can't. And now Zynga, seeing how much money Dotes or LoL get from a free-to-play MOBA genre, ports this horribly bad game to the PC. Why is Solstice Arena so bad?
Well, first of all, just look at it. It's like a five year-old's take on League of Legends. Way too cartoony. Looking at this game is like seeing how a unicorn vomits all over a paint factory. Too many bright childish colors, no proportions, horrible design, the list goes on and on.
Second of all, the game sucks. It says it is a MOBA, but it is just a 3 versus 3 bloodfest. No minions, no lanes, roles are incredibly stupid, items might as well be non-existant here - no item actives means that you will be using the same "build" on the hero all the time.
The skills are direct copies of Dota, the champion visuals of HoN and League, Originality - error 404. The champions are bland and uninteresting, absolutely no character in them. The spells here are a joke. Basically - three spells. Three spells you will be seeing all over the place.
Why?
All 6 players can blind-pick the same champion. Let me repeat that. ALL 6 PLAYERS CAN PICK THE SAME CHAMPION. Which basically means, all 6 players will be playing the most overpowered free-week hero. I'm using singular, because there's like 10 different heroes in total. Yep, 10 heroes. 10*3=30 different abilities in the game. League of Legends has 116*4=454 abilities, while Dota has even more.
The game is incredibly shallow, absolutely no complexity. You probably already mastered the game while reading the review. I would understand it might suit to a six year old, but I wouldn't give it to a six year old because that would be called "child's brain damaging" and you might go to jail.
Combine this "masterpice" with overpriced itemshop in which you won't find anything worth buying for even if they gave you a hundred grand for every purchase, the fact that you can't report players and (if I'm not mistaken) no leaving penalty - you get the worst MOBA of all time.
Seriously, don't even bother to install. Get Dota or League of Legends, Heroes of Newerth or Awesomenauts. About ANYTHING is better than this crap. Hell, go read a book, at least there you won't find two of your only teammates sitting afk for 7 minutes.
Publisert: 16. oktober, 2013
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