Assemble your Team of Superheroes in Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2

Who hasn't wanted to fight side-by-side with some of their favorite superheroes? With Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 you're doing just that. What you are looking to accomplish here is to build a team with the Avengers, Daredevil, Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man and other Marvel superheroes in a quest to battle Ultron, Baron Strucker and other super villains. According to the fame a "mysterious series of galactic collisions, known as incursions, threaten the fate of earth". Of course your mission is to stop them from destroying the universe.

You can assemble the ultimate team here which you can then use to defeat the notorious super villains. You'll also strategize and defeat evil forces in epic 3-on-3 combat, Level-up and customize super heroes, as well as Collecting and equipping unique abilities for each of these super heroes. In the game you will take on dozens of replayable missions, so you'll be able to replay them a bit later if you wish to do so. You can win bonus rewards for completing daily operations. Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 does also have PVP tournaments available in the game, allowing you to play against others, and you can also team up your friends' super heroes in order to conquer missions.

The game is free to play, but it does use in-app purchases - which the developer notes in the description, which is nice. The in-app purchases start at $1.99 and go on up to $99.99 per item. Which can make it a pretty expensive game. However, luckily you can play the entire game without spending a single penny on it. They also mention that there is some advertising in the game for other Walt Disney products as well as for some third parties which you can opt into these ads and earn some rewards that can be used to buy things. Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 also has some push notifications. Which can get to be a bit annoying if you don't want to play the game everyday, like Marvel would like you too.

You can pick up Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2 now from the Google Play Store. Keep in mind that you can only play it when you have an internet connection.

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