This game has 4 reported Temporal Dark Patterns. There are 0 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 8 reported Monetary Dark Patterns. There are 1 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 4 reported Social Dark Patterns. There are 1 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 5 reported Psychological Dark Patterns. There are 0 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
|iOS:||(4.54) with 304 votes.|
|Google Play:||(4.12) with 9,726 votes.|
Has a standard daily rewards chart it goes through as well as occasional event daily rewards as well.
You need to continuously grind missions to level up characters and accumulate ingredients for cooking (one time bonuses for missions) and to upgrade your characters when they reach max level.
While the story line is slowly being released, the game promotes endless playing by introducing more popular tales of characters to grind for (including different costumed variants), a social aspect in the form of guilds, and constantly improving to do better in the arena to obtain more premium currency with which to buy more costumes and upgrade characters further.
Has a premium currency that is needed to refill your energy bar, buy lootboxes to obtain other characters, and unlock accessories to dress up your characters. In addition, you can give up characters to obtain a form of tiered currency based on the rank of the character. Only way to reliably obtain new characters though is through premium currency and limited time events.
Spending money to use the premium currency on loot boxes can give you much better characters and more ability to upgrade them. While mostly single player, it gives you a distinct advantage in the arena where you can win extremely helpful rewards, but have to fight better cpu controlled player teams as you advance.
Friends can assist you in raids and guilds. Guilds can be upgraded to give you passive benefits while raids are difficult to complete alone and contain necessary components for upgrading characters.
Friends can also assign characters from other friends to use in missions and the stronger they are, the better. In order to obtain guild benefits, players must contribute in game gold and items. The game also tells you when your friends are in raids and asks you to help them.
While playing with friends, it's easy to see the power level differences when looking at their characters in the guild and talking to them about how your progress is going.
Gacha game. Has limited events that make it "easier" to grind for items, premium currency, and exchange large amounts of time for exclusive characters. In addition, some characters are usable in battle while others are only used to boost characters that can be used in battle. You can earn some characters through the story, but the only way to get better characters is to use loot boxes.
An energy bar is needed to do missions or enter raids. I believe there may be more, but it's been a while since I last played (glad for that too).