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.