The action role-playing game Twirly Whirly Wizard is a roguelike in the vein of the classic Vansaba. Class options include Wizard, Ranger, and Warrior. Grasslands and volcanoes are only two of the many environments available for gameplay. An intriguing aspect of role-playing games is the ability to pre-configure the skill deck, which eliminates the need for ad hoc decision-making during character development.
The character is controlled by dragging the screen during the battle phase. A charged attack skill is immediately employed after its charge animation (in the top left) completes. There will be waves of attackers from all directions, so we need to get out of here quickly and hope for the best. To increase your character’s level, you must collect a particular quantity of blue balls dropped by defeated enemies. Three skills will be displayed randomly, and you can pick one to train while you wait for the onslaught of foes.
I felt it was tough when I did my first combat without accomplishing anything. Once the skill deck was in place, the game became easier, but the excitement of taking on a large number of foes at once was greatly enhanced. The gameplay is similar to Vampire Survivor, except the objective is to construct skill decks in advance and eliminate as much chance as possible from the characters’ on-stage transformations. With so many potential new abilities, it’s helpful to be able to hide those you won’t use and highlight those you will.
Prior to the beginning of the game, you have the option to switch the operating character and the job, thereby altering the passive skill. In addition, pre-battle planning can be used for decks that facilitate the acquisition and development of in-battle abilities. Some skills can be eliminated or selectively prioritized for intensive instruction. In addition, a persistent training menu allows you to level up and acquire powerful new abilities to augment your existing abilities and launch devastating strikes.