Free-to-play games make us nervous. Let's face it, there's no shortage of them available for Android, and a sizable number sacrifice gameplay in their quest for riches. The original Royal Revolt was an exception. It didn't cost a dime to download, and the entire experience was enjoyable even if you opted out of buying any of the in-app purchases. Now the sequel is available in Play Store, and hopefully it keeps the tradition alive.

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This isn't just more of the same. Royal Revolt 2 introduces a multiplayer mode so that you can battle against other players from around the world. There's also a map editor so that you can design your own battlegrounds to eventually conquer. The action-packed gameplay should be familiar to returning players, and the graphics are as adorable as ever.

The game's still free-to-play, and there are still IAPs. But if the previous game's precedent continues, that shouldn't be problem.

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Transverse45h

    I started playing this on my ipad Air... IAP on this is annoying. I wish there is a way to share data between my Android and ipad

  • Cherokee4life

    Loved the first one. Will give this one a try

  • WhoaManWtF

    Way too heavy on the IAPs it would be an awesome paid game without the IAPs.

  • Sean Lumly

    The first Royal Revolt was an incredibly polished mobile game that was extremely fun to play. What is more, I was recently able to finish the entire game without a single in app purchase (though I feel compelled to give the company cash for such a good experience).

    I am certainly looking forward to trying the second installment out!

  • Amaro

    I played the first Royal Revolt months ago, it started really good, but get boring fast.
    I would keep the game on my phone, if only they didn't start to give annoying notification. Uninstalled, and never look back.

    And now with IAP. I doubt this second version is any better.

    • WestFiasco

      You didn't want to disable notifications for the app ?

      • zed

        How to do that?

        • WestFiasco

          Go into settings, click on applications (Apps) then find and click on the app you want. There will be a check box near the top of the screen with the words notifications beside it. Click on the box to remove the check mark and from there the app should give you no more notifications.

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  • Mert ÇELEN

    Loved this game

  • Kevin McCarty

    I use a hack for Royal Revolt 2 that gave unlimited gems, gold, food and pearls. Here it is: http://g4mehacks.com/royal-revolt-2-hack/