Minions Paradise Review

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Electronic Arts has designed Minions Paradise. It is based on the popular on minion movies Despicable Me.
Minions Paradise has a new minion: Phil, who’s caring but very gawky. He accidentally sinks a ship of minions, but somehow they reach a deserted island. Your task is to assist Phil to turn make the island liveable for the minions. To keep you entertained while you build the community, there are mini games.

The game is free to download, but obviously contains in-app purchases. While the game is already visible in Google Play and iTunes, it’s currently available only in select markets.
Initially you might get intimidated by the game but as you play it gets simpler as you complete missions and collect resources and the currency (they are called doubloons).

The controls are easy to understand because all you have to do is tap pits and trees to gather coconuts and gas. You will have to move the buildings as you unlock them. What will make you love Minions Paradise is obviously the minions, but at the same time you have the capability to personalize the island the way you want. You will love the gameplay for sure.

The fascinating thing about the game is that you can develop the island in any way you want. The gameplay indulges you and you will always find yourself trying new ways to enhance the island.
Minions Paradise has placed lot of emphasis on graphics. You will find the game very colourful and funny, which is one of the USPs in the game. The graphics are of very high quality, and the game does an amazing job to provide you with something entertaining.

Overall, you will love the artwork, gameplay, and minions. The only problems you will face is completing the missions. If you love those funny, little yellow creatures and love the movie, you will love to play this game.

Picture courtesy- gamezebo.com


by techtalks @TechTalks December 14, 2015 8:21 AM UTC

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