I cannot recommend this game. I will preface this review by stating that I could not get more than 30 minutes into it. But what I did see in my time with this game is horrible enough to make me want to willingly walk away from this $5 purchase so as to not also waste more time than I already have.
Gameplay - Clunky and unresponsive, you have to fight the UI. There is no confirmation on your target if the enemies are bunched together, and the game provides no above head HP bar to your enemies for quick assessment of unit vitality. Also the game play and movement are a chore, you get two actions per turn, one being a move and one an action, or two movements if you do not feel like taking an action. the problem comes with the fact that turning your character is not included in movement and you must spend a second movement (thus ending your chance to attack) just to turn your character towards your enemy. This is frustrating because it makes positioning and strategy not intuitive at all.
Game speed - REDICULOUSLY SLOW. This further compounds your problems of the UI and Movement because every action takes a long time and AI decisions take a long time. (10-15 seconds per unit).
Combat Maps - Bland and very claustrophobic. I guess the claustrophobic aspect is a good thing considering how moving your character is such a pain in the ♥♥♥.
Story - Seems to be written by a child who enjoys Adventure Time since they try to reference it at least twice in the first 10 minutes. I couldnt stomach this game for more than 30min. At $5 a little more effort should be put in.
Visuals - The art itself is ok, but there is little movement in the sprites, it makes the whole game feel wooden and unalive.
Conclusion - I cannot see anyone truly liking this game unless they are hard up for a Turn-based RPG and have no other choice. I cannot recommend this game.