The idea behind Chili Legends is to play as the heroic chili character who has set out to protect the homeland from alien invaders who are seeking to destroy it. New players are treated to a illustrated depiction of the game’s background story, which is always a good treat.
One of the things I really like about Chili Legends is the fact that the game is very easy to understand and even easier to play. Simply choose which level you’d like to play and wait for the game to load.
Each level is different, but the goal is the same; destroy enemies and collect as many points as you can. Controls are easy to master and you can move your character left and right by tapping and dragging on the left side of the screen. There are separate buttons on the right for jumping and attacking.
Dying is inevitable in Chili Legends, but there’s an element of forgiveness which players will find helpful. Naturally you want to do well, but levels get progressively harder. You also have to try and achieve a rating of one to three stars.
Chili Legends offers 60 addicting levels across 5 different worlds, which is pretty impressive for a free game. You certainly won’t play through the entire game in a few hours, which is very good news.
Chili Legends isn’t supported by ads, which is also very unique for a free game. You can accumulate gems by playing the game or purchasing gems with real money, and gems can be used to buy upgrades for your chili character. Upgrades include weapons, armor, and tools.
Overall, Chili Legends is a great free game for iPhone and iPad. You don’t have to deal with ads and you’re free to keep playing without limitations. You’re also not forced to spend money in order to get ahead in the game.
I highly suggest that you give Chili Legends a try. The game runs wonderfully and it’s a true pleasure to play.
Be sure to check out our review of Chicken Poo, another game by Andre Zechmeister!
Chili Legends requires iOS 7.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
A small administrative fee was paid by the developer for publication of this review, which did not influence the reviewer’s opinion