Assassin's Creed Memories
This game should stick to the shadows.
The Assassin's Creed franchise takes players to memorable time periods in history, from Renaissance Italy to Colonial America. Assassin's Creed Memories for mobile combines this concept with a card battler.
Assassin's Creed Memories is a card battle game, but uses different elements to make it a unique experience. Your character uses experience points to level up, and there are a plethora of clothes and weapons to increase a card's power or defense.
The single player mode takes you through all of the many locations of the Assassin's Creed franchise, including new places like feudal Japan; popular characters are also present. In each location, you search for targets, and once you find one, play a mini-game where you chase after him. You can also play online against other players, where you take your guild of assassins and battle rivals. Suffice to say, the game has plenty of value.
Assassin's Creed Memories begins with a tutorial, but it doesn't do a sufficient job explaining how to play the game. After the tutorial, you're left scratching your head trying to figure things out.
In addition, the main portion involves a grid comprised of different objectives. These objectives result in coins, missions or experience. If you happen to get a mission, you receive a percentage chance at success and there is no way to change the outcome.
Assassin's Creed Memories tries to piggyback off of the success of the main Assassin's Creed franchise. Unfortunately, it's too confusing and boring to enjoy.