|Talesworth Arena is a fun tactical game where you can choose to be a Psionic mage, a Juggernaut, or an engineer and fight your way up the ladder to become the ultimate warrior using your skills. The engineer is good at making stuff, the juggernaut is mainly strength, and the psionic mage is someone who mainly depends on controlling other people’s thoughts and using that against them.|
There are two modes, easy and normal. Easy wasn’t much fun for me because battles devolved in click-fests so I played normal most of the time where there is paced and strategic combat.
In normal, you only start with 10 gold and you should go immediately to the training ground to buy whatever you can(this usually means the training sword for the juggernaut and maybe the poison thing). After you have bought these things, head over the the arena to start fighting. Usually at first, you only fight grunts and low-level creatures first. Be careful, even these fights are not a cakewalk. In normal, there is timing to the combat and interrupts are very effective both on you and the opponent. I usually just hit with the poison syringe and then the sword until the effects of the poison wore off, then hit with the poison again. Be careful and don’t let the enemy interrupt your move or it will cost you a lot of damage and your attack. With the money you get from winning, you can upgrade your equipment at the training grounds and take on better foes. After defeating 2 opponents, go buy the gentle uppercut. At this time, you’ll also be starting out on quests. Take the quests, they are good ways to pick up extra cash and XP. The first quests are pretty easy. You’ll have to learn the pace of combat as you move up the ladder and how to use items in combination and the timing required. But overall, this game is a lot of fun so its worth the time to figure it out.