Dec 17, 2014
Before moving on, it has to be said that Montowers 2 is really little more than a semi-automatic game about looking at cute girls with few clothes and in sexy positions. Whenever its goblin girls on their knees licking daggers or spell slinging wizards showing off their panties, Montowers 2 is not a game for kids. Lacking much real gameplay, most of the fun of the game is seeing what sexy or strange monsters will turn up next. If this kind of thing bothers you, avoid Montowers 2.
Montowers 2 is a sort of mix between a card battler and a collection RPG. The player begins by harvesting a few gems from a “field” which is simply a menu option with things to tap on. These gems are ingredients used to summon monsters. Despite their name, these after often not so monstrous and range from dwarven warriors to a large selection of various girls bereft of clothes.
The player then uses these warriors to fight their way up a tower, which is simply a series of battles. Each battle is more difficult than the last and a boss waits at the top of each tower. Finishing a tower unlocks the next one. There are also daily towers that change each day to finish and “raids” which are battles that involve multiple players to take part in.
Combat in Montowers 2 is very simple and mostly automatic. The only input the player has is to tap at the right time to stop a slider. Stopping it at the right time allows the player’s team to attack first and adds bonus damage depending on how close to the centre it is stopped. Battles don’t have anything in the way of strategy and are simply slugfests of the player’s team vs the enemy one.
The crux of Montowers 2 is buffing up your team of monsters to defeat harder opponents. New monsters can be created from gems and monster coins gained during battle or from events can be used on monsters to train them. Monsters can also be evolved into stronger forms using rarer items. This isn’t really different from any other game of this type. What makes it fun is seeing what kooky monster design will appear next.
Montowers 2‘s art looks really excellent. The art for monsters and enemies is top notch and as said above is overtly sexual, which may or may not be a good thing depending on the player. The game doesn’t have much in the way of animation however and battle is a boring affair with coloured flashes and not much else.
The sound however is pretty basic; some rather nondescript music hums away in the background and combat sounds are limited to generic thudding sounds.
Montowers 2 isn’t much of a game, but it does have very nice graphics and plenty of cute girls if you like that sort of thing. Players looking for actual gameplay should look elsewhere however.