En Guarde! En Guarde! Time to test your skills in the action packed duelling game for dexterity. Through your hands, you control the sword.
See how close this gameplay is to any game I’ve already introduced before? That’s right, it’s VOODOO’s Scribble Rider. But you can draw movements and abilities to strike enemies instead of drawing the outline of the wheel to drive on continuously shifting terrain.
In Draw Duel, each level typically has two, three or four rounds. But after that, the level would gradually increase in the number of rounds. That means that the challenge is getting harder and longer. The controls, in return, are very simple. To execute a head-on stab at the opponent, you can draw a line. Or a curve may also be drawn to block an attack. You will learn more strategies as time goes on.
You’ll get a bonus amount corresponding to your achievements after each level. To upgrade your personal stats, you can use them. Characters have three stats in Draw Duel, including strength, health, and bonus ratio. All three are critical throughout the game, regulating your skill.
In the meantime, if you upgrade your bonus ratio, when you win, you will get more cash. This provides you with more money to update the two remaining figures. However, I believe that you can also upgrade all three at the same time with the expertise of someone who has seen it, the skill of the character would be more balanced.
If you upgrade the health, on the battlefield the character can endure longer. This is also quite important, since there are no checkpoints at Draw Duel. You will have to start over from Round 1 when you are defeated. There’s nobody wanting that, right?