19 Mar
For those of you who have played Raid Bosses and thought it was good, if not quite addictive, then you'll probably enjoy this newer version of the game. In this one, you take control of one of the characters in the game and choose a token from a standard deck to trade with another character. The second character, for a small fee, will give you an extra boost so that you can get one more turn. Your next target is a Rhino Coin Master. This game takes a little bit of practice to get used to, as some of the missions require you to try to reach Coins first, then to leave that spot for your own Token, and so on.
I say "sort of" because you still need to stay within the confines of your strategy. You must be able to make the right decision at the right time, because you don't want to waste too much time or hit the brakes too early. But once you do get the hang of it, you will be ready to go toe-to-toe with all your opponents in this Puzzle game that seems to get harder each time. In fact, after playing it a few times, you may start to lose sight of how many Coins you actually have and instead see only the Tokens left. This game also has an Android version for those of you who are worried about the size of the Android Tablet versions of these types of games.
It seems as though the smaller screens make them hard to play in full detail. The Rhino Coin Master game doesn't have any of that problem. The mini versions of the game have been made smaller to cater to the small screens of your Android devices. This makes it easy to play Raid Bosses and other similar titles as well as the newer Rhino Coin Master game. This is a very attractive addition to the game lineup for Android users, but you'll be happy to know that there is no need to worry about size issues any longer when it comes to Raid Bosses.