Marvel: Avengers Alliance

  • Genre: Role Playing, 2D Fighting
  • Developer: Playdom
  • Monthly Users: 1000000
  • GD Star Rating

Marvel: Avengers Alliance is the latest Facebook Game from Playdom. In Marvel: Avengers Alliance you play as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., your job is to assemble and lead a team of heroes to keep New York City safe from an unknown threat. Recruit your friends as Allies to increase your power and save the world from super villains in the newest Facebook RPG, Marvel: Avengers Alliance.

Customize your agent, choose your gender, hair and face type, and join the task for together with other well known Super Heroes.

Marvel: Avengers Alliance gameplay is similar to other 2D fighting games available on Facebook, like Monster Galaxy or other themed Pokemon games, but features a completely different theme, the Marvel Avengers Theme, with all the super Heroes and villains, animated sequences and storyline give the whole game a nice setup where fans of the series will for sure enjoy.

Missions are the primary game mode in Marvel: Avenger Alliance. To view available Missions, visit the Flight Deck and then click on the Mission button at the lower right corner of the game. This will take you to the Missions section of the game.

Missions are divided into Chapters, which you can scroll through at the bottom of the page. If you have completed a Chapter, you will see the total Chapter score at the right side of the page. To see scores for individual missions, click on the mission’s image. The Mission score will then be displayed on the right side of the page.

Each Mission has a six star mastery, so you will also see how close you are to mastering each Mission. Once you master all of the Missions in a Chapter, you will receive the reward shown in the Briefing, which can be viewed by clicking the button at the top of the Missions page. At any time, you have the ability to replay earlier Missions, resume or abort your current Mission.

The Flight Deck acts as the home page for the game. From this section, you can navigate to Missions, the Store, Team Management, PVP and Research. The Flight Deck is also where you can send heroes out on Remote Ops, which are timed missions that reward you with Silver and XP.

You start with one Fighter Jet on your Flight Deck and can unlock more as you progress. Most of the extra Fight Jet slots require you to obtain a certain level with your Agent, and when you unlock the Fighter Jets you will need friends to help you build them.

Your S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent and all heroes on your team are able to gain levels. Gaining levels will allow you to unlock items in the store, as well as Gear and Moves that can be used in battles.

To gain levels, you will need to earn XP with your Agent and other team members. Keep playing battles with the heroes you wish to level up and you will gain the XP needed to do so. Please note that only team members who survive battles will be rewarded with XP. If someone gets knocked out before you win, they will not gain any XP. If you lose the battle, no one will receive XP.

Marvel: Avenger Alliance features Quests that will often ask you to complete specific actions in the game. These Quests will appear on the left side of the game screen, and when you click on them you will see the requirements to complete the Quest. Once a Quest is completed, you will receive special rewards, which often include Silver and XP.

You will want to become Allies with as many friends as you can, because only Allies can send you Distress Calls and other gifts. You can also visit Allies’ maps to collect supplies from buildings, which will provide you with additional Silver and other rewards.

To become Allies with a friend, click on the Allies tab at the top of the game and then select which friends you would like to send requests to. Your friends will have to accept your requests before they are recognized as an Ally. You may have friends that are already playing, but you will need to either accept a request from them or have them accept a request from you before you are Allies.

If you have a friend that is already playing, they might also show up in your Allies bar at the bottom of the page. If you see a friend that is in the Allies bar but is not yet an Ally, click on the ‘Add Ally’ button to send them a request. Allies are important to the game because only Allies can gift you Distress Calls and other items. You are also able to visit Allies’ maps to collect supplies from buildings, which will provide you with additional Silver and other rewards.

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