After the success of Spiral Warrior on Android, the team at Electronic Soul is venturing into the iOS App Store with their game. It features anime aesthetics and RPG elements with clear inspiration from Beyblade.
Spiral Warrior gives players the power to customize the components of their Spirals, offering an unlimited number of combinations that significantly increase its battle value as they work to discover the optimal variety of the Battle Cap, Weight Ring, and Driver. Once players are content with how their Spiral looks on paper, it’s time to get it in the ring to see how it performs against other spinners.
Spiral Warrior reminds us of the mythical anime Beyblade, specifically Beyblade Burst, sharing many similarities both in appearance and in many mechanics that we can see in the game. However, Spiral Warrior has a unique identity that makes the game not look like a simple copy of the Japanese anime.
Development studio Light and Shadow worked hard to give Spirals realistic movement trajectories that perform like the real-life toys they’re based upon. The combination of developing a combat collision and physics engine gives Spiral Warrior an unusual amount of realism.
Spiral Warrior features rich gameplay modes, including an epic 81-player Survival Mode, which pits 81 players online simultaneously to see who the last warrior will be. Super Championship allows players to use their exclusive spinning tops to challenge other players from all over the world and earn huge rewards if they reach the top of the rankings.
Random Adventure takes players across numerous chapters to overcome unknown challenges using their wit and will. No matter the mode, players are able to battle spirals using simple and intuitive controls in combat that take no longer than 30 seconds to complete. Take on all comers wherever you are.
Spiral Warrior – like Beelzebub, Valkyrie, and Behemoth – have their stats, unique abilities, and strengths and weaknesses, making it essential to learn about each one before spinning them into battle. Battles are mainly passive, but players can activate abilities once they become available to turn the tide of any skirmish. In addition to Spiral Warrior‘s gameplay and game modes, the title uses a high-quality anime art style for each Spiral’s avatar that adds character to each spinner.
Spiral Warrior launched on Android last year to great acclaim. It has achieved a 4.4-star rating (out of 29K+ reviews) on the Google Play Store. iPhone and iPad users who pre-register the game will be able to earn several in-game items, such as Gold, Gems, a Chronokey, or Lucky Draw tickets. The more pre-registrations the game receives, the better the prize for everyone. According to the App Store page, it is expected to launch on October 22, 2021.