"Tap your way to titan glory"
Tap Titans 2 for the Android and iOS builds on the original game by giving you much more to do, more heroes to collect, and more monsters and bosses to take down. When you first get into the game, you’ll take control of a Sword Master, whose only task is to defend the entire world from monsters, demons, and invading Titans. Sounds like a difficult task, right? Thankfully, the Sword Master has you on his side, as you’ll frenetically tap the screen, upgrading your DPS, collecting heroes, upgrading them as well, and level up. Can you take down all the Titans?
There’s no ignoring that Tap Titans 2 brings awesome cartoony graphics with simple to pick-up one-tap controls and large, self-explanatory on-screen buttons, with great sound, making this game a perfect time killer.
Unfortunately, Tap Titans 2 is ultimately brought down by the same formula and mechanics other games in the genre adhere to, namely that all you’re really doing is tap, tap, tapping, which becomes repetitive really quickly, with not much else to do, unless, of course, you really liketapping.